Pikko del Cerro HU
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Dressage at Devon Analysis: Sneak Preview

I had a lovely time at the Dressage at Devon breed show 2018, in spite of the rain. What I saw in 2018 were American-bred winners being the rule rather than the exception. Of the horses in breed classes who scored over 80%, three-quarters were US-bred. Of the five top-scoring horses of all the breed classes, four were bred in the US. My full article, with horse and breeder profiles, will appear soon. Watch my news blog. ...read more

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WBFSH Rankings Analyzed

The Horse Magazine has once again published its analysis of the horse, breeder, and studbook rankings of the World Breeders Federation for Sport Horses. Christopher Hector discusses the rankings and bloodlines in eventing, show jumping and dressage. And of course the analysis is accompanied by plenty of great photos. ...read more

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Tension in Young Horse Classes: Still Rewarded?

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Foundation Sire: Farn

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Pikko del Cerro HU

International Grand Prix Dressage Stallion & 3x USEF National Championship Winner
Pikko del Cerro descends from a family full of FEI horses. His sire, Pik L, had an extensive show career that included two Pan-American Games, USDF Horse of the Year titles, and three USEF Junior National Championships with 3 different riders. Cerro’s damsire, Rohdiamant, was long-listed for the US Olympic Team with rider Lisa Wilcox and had a significant impact as a breeding stallion, particularly through his daughters. Grandsire Grundstein II was a versatile sire of both dressage and show jumping horses that have competed at the WEG and Olympic Games.

Pikko del Cerro’s career began with a record setting score of 90% at the prestigious Dressage at Devon Breed Show and he was named Champion Stallion in 2009. That same year, Cerro won his first National Championship at the USEF Six-Year Old National Championships. He had subsequent wins in the USEF Developing Prix St. Georges & Developing Grand Prix Championships as well. Under Lisa Wilcox, Pikko del Cerro HU graduated to the International CDI Grand Prix ring and had multiple CDI wins with scores over 70%.

The Pikko del Cerro foals are strongly showing their sire's influence, including his charming expression and athletic movement. Compact, uphill, and with a good amount of bone they stand out as real athletes. His oldest foals have been smart and willing to start undersaddle this year and his youngest are garnering fantastic comments from breed registry officials. With Top Foal honors and Premium Foal titles behind many of his foals this year, Pikko del Cerro is clearly showing us the positive impact he can have in the coming years.

Pedigree

Pik L
Rohweena
Pik Bube II
Abaja
Rohdiamant
Galina
Pik Koenig
Franka
Abajo xx
Levana
Rubinstein I
Elektia V
Grundstein II
Luna

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