Breeding Stallion

Cantus

Cantus was from Caletto I`s first crop in Holstein. His dam, Monoline was by the tough competitor, Roman and out of an advanced showjumper, USA.
Cantus - Stallion
Cantus, who died far too early in 1994, was a successful sire of showjumpers right from the start. Come On, his internationally best-known approved son, won many times at Grand Prix and Nations Cup level with Ralf Schneider and the Princess Haya of Jordan.

Cantus produced 25 approved sons, including Cassius Clay (1992 Viernheim champion stallion), Cascavelle, Colbert GTI, Canaletto (both private stallions in Holstein), Cyrano (private stallion Hesse) and Cellestial (private stallion Oldenburg).

At the 2000 Olympic Games in Sydney, the Cantus gelding Calvaro won the silver medal with the Swiss team and his rider Willi Melliger.

In 2004 Cantus` progeny had winnings of 1.35 million euros.

According to Thomas Mohr, manager of the Maas J Hell stallion station, where Cantus stood:

`Cantus was for 15 years one of the most successful showjumping sires with horses like Calvaro with Willi Melliger. The horses by Cantus were very powerful and easy to ride, sometimes not the prettiest horses, but very willing to perform.`
Cantus - Stallion




Cantus

Julius

Cantus x -,

L.B. Calvano

Cantus x -, -

Waldrose

Cantus x -, -

Willemoes

Cantus x -, Danish Warmblood - Belgian Warmblood Stallions

Kairo

Cantus x -, -

Cantax

Morfee

Cantus x -,

Naroescha M

Cantus x Evergreen,

Stella VIII

Cantus x -, -

A-Candina

Cantus x -,