Caridor Z standing 1.73 m, has incredible jumping power and Studbook Zangersheide has placed a heavy responsibility on this son of the Holstein stallion Caretino. He is given the hard job of being the successor of Carthago Z and the early deceased Caretano Z.. But he did not seem to have any problems with this. At the latest World Championship for Young Showjumping Horses at Zangersheide, the 6-yr-old Nanta, from his first crop, finished in fifth place. Caridor was licensed as a 3-yr-old in Oldenburg and as a 4-yr-old in Neustadt-Dosse, where he finished as seventh from 30 candidates. In 1998 he was sold to Chili, where he was licensed for the South Americas under the name of Action Z and drew attention at Grand Prix level, ridden by the Chilean Jose Gorigoyita and the Argentinean Martin Mallo.
Caridor Z`s sire Caretino already has more than twenty licensed sons in Germany and was a great sport horse himself under Ludger Beerbaum. Caridor Z passes on his great character consistently in his offspring. He must have his height of 1.73 m from his main studbook dam Adele, who is on record as standing 1.76 m. Her lineage (826} has produced a large number of licensed stallions and sport horses, such as Caretino, Flaneur, Liviano, Montivideo. The latter performed remarkably in dressage and won double team gold at the Aachen European Championship 1983 and the 1984 Los Angeles Olympics.