20. My Type



It’s hard to take your eyes off this good-looking guy.

This six year old raw diamond has an impressive genetic make-up.

His sire Caramsin has passed on the valuable genes of Cornet Obolensky x Argentinus x Furioso II, some pretty impressive ancestors. Caramsin competed internationally and won 1.60m Grand Prix classes.  Being a competition horse for most of his life, he hasn’t sired a great many offspring yet. Baloubet du Rouet was one of the leading producers of excellent jumping horses in the world. A stallion with a long international show jumping career, Baloubet du Rouet won the World Cup final three times in succession, individual gold at the 2004 Olympic Games, team bronze at the  2000 Olympic Games and took first prize in the Grand Prixs of Paris, Bordeaux, Balve and Rotterdam, among other international classes, with Rodrigo Pessoa. A whole Armada of Baloubet du Rouet’s progeny are international show jumpers. More than 20 of his offspring are now licensed stallions in Germany. My Type also has legendary Westphalian stallion Polydor, a horse that had a massive influence on jumping horse breeding, in his bloodline. Polydor’s progeny have won over five million euros in prize money. His most famous sons and daughters are Pamina (Otto Becker), Pozitano (Beat Mändli), Potsdam NRW (Heinrich-Wilhelm Johannsman and Peu a Peu (Daniel Etter).

My Type may be young and inexperienced, but he has great presence and a promising future. Bred in Russia, he is an exceptionally talented jumping horse with fabulous scope, technique and bascule. He’s a very willing young stallion with a wonderful temperament and stunning good looks.

This summer he competed at his first shows in Germany and has since won 1.20m young horse classes and been placed in 1.30m young horse classes.

He has everything it takes to be the perfect partner!