Limoncello II
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Limoncello II

A regal, peerless performer with world-class style and brilliant offspring
This beautiful bay stallion, Limoncello II is an all around producer His sire Lorentin competed at the Grand Prix dressage with Wolfgang Schade and his mother line produced several Grand Prix jumping horses. In Germany Lorentin produced 17 horses that jumped at 1.40m level and higher and 17 advanced level dressage horses.

Limoncello II has already produced some international jumping horses: Vaira is a 1.50m jumper, Limouchello is a 1.50 jumping horse and Coco Colette is a 1.60m jumper. Limoncello II’s approved son Le Toquet comes from his first foal crop in 2005.

His full brother, Limoncello I, produced in Germany 2 advanced level dressage horses. Half-brother to both Limoncello I and II is Lasino (by Landgraf). Lasino has three offspring in the Olympics at Hong Kong: Le Beau was competing for Norway; Leconte for Australia and Germany has a reserve Lord Luis. Their half-sister Olivia II (by Lansing) produced the 1.50m Cordalis (by Corrado I); half-sister Ina II (Barnaul xx) produced the 1.50m jumper Nina 328 (by Contender).

Limoncello II’s mare line produced from Grandmother Svettana the jumpers Zetta (by Caletto II), Bockman’s Looping (by Lasino) 1.50m Cora Quick (by Quidam’s Rubin), 1.60m Quitus (by Quinar), 1.50m Costa del Sol (by Cassini I). 1.50m CP Qualified by quite Capitol) is a CC14 Eventing horse and was qualified for the WEG games in Normandy, France in 2014.

Limoncello II consistently produces premium youngsters – Fendi WT won the 2013 Riverson Memorial Award for the highest scoring foal in the AHHA and in 2015 Halston WT scored a 17 at the AHHA approvals and won the Riverson Memorial Award.

Pedigree

Lorentin I
Arina
Loutano I
Wiena
Capitol I
Svettana
Landgraf
Troja
Latino
Nairobi
Capitano
Folia
Lord
Maya

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