This licensed stallion has obvious talent.
As a three year old, Vucello scored 9.5 for jumping at the stallion licensing test in Schlickau. As a four year old he performed very well in young horse classes up to 1.20m, winning three classes and qualifying for the Hanoverian Championship in 2015. This year, Vucello won the Hanoverian Jumping Horse Championship with scores of 9.7, 9.5 and 9.4 from three separate judges. He also qualified for the German Young Horse Championship for five year old jumping horses and has 28 placings in young horse classes up to 1.30m, almost 70% of which are in the top five. So Vucello’s been demonstrating his scope, quality and great attitude for several years now.
Every course this licensed Hanoverian stallion jumps confirms his potential. His muscular and athletic conformation is ideal for top-level competition sport. He has a big, masculine build and when you see him jump, you can immediately see that his horse was made for sport. Despite being a stallion Vucello is a perfect gentleman under the saddle. Not only that, he’s attentive, with a well-balanced and scopey jump. This horse’s positive attitude, even temperament and well-balanced mind-set, combined with his fighting spirit, make him the perfect competition horse.
There are several internationally successful breeding stallions in Vucello’s pedigree.
His sire Uccello is famous for producing successful horses, as proven by Victorio (Adam Prudent), Unit (Eugenio Grimaldi) and Uthelo (Bernd Rubrath).
Dam sire Cranach has one of the most famous Holstein bloodlines. His sire Contender is a top breeding stallion that consistently produces quality offspring, and the performance genes are rounded off by Alcatraz and Lorenz. Cranach’s offspring include Cranthago (Ewa Mazurowksa) and Townhead Casita (Sameh El Dahan).
In the third generation is Hanoverian Simply Spruce Meadows (Silvio I x Calypso I x Lindberg).
Vucello’s right on track for success.
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