This young sire is the whole package, showcasing an abundance of talent, scope, style, movement, class and a very impressive pedigree.
PF’s Comme il l’a Fait is a 4 year old Bay, Holsteiner Stallion who is Fully licensed with Holsteiner Verband during the summer of 2022, N/N WFFS, earning top merits and exemplary comments during his licensing. Comme il l’a Fait was imported by Ryan Pedigo Sport Horses during the fall of 2022. We are thrilled here at RPF to welcome this special young sire to our stallion line up. Comme il l’a Fait had begun his performance career in Germany competing in the intermediate jumper divisions with great success. This young sire is the whole package, showcasing an abundance of talent, scope, style, movement, class and a very impressive pedigree. We can further boast about this young sire as he is a direct relation to a world class pedigree of top International bloodlines; some of the sport horse world’s finest. Naming a few of Comme il l’a Fait’s famous family members ~ his sire is the world class stallion, Comme il Faut and his grandsire, the world class sport horse Clinton. His dam is Cassandra 1, by the world class sire Cassini I. On the dams grandsire on the dams lower side of the pedigree, we find the world class sire and sport horse Caletto II, to name a few. And continuing to set this young sire apart from others, looking to his dam’s side of his pedigree you will find some of the finest line breeding with the world renown sire Caletto II. Proudly we announce that for the first time at the start of the 2023 breeding season, Comme il l’a Fait will be offered to US breeders, Canadian breeders, and breeders abroad for the first time.
Comme il l’a Fait’s world class sire Comme il Faut was second in the World Championships in the five year old division at Lanaken in 2010. Starting from the beginning of his career, Comme il Faut demonstrated his outstanding talents on an International stage, jumping in the young horse classes and impressively, after just one season, moving into the Grand Prix’s. The son of two legendary jumpers Cornet Obolensky and the two-time Olympic champion Ratina Z recognized by many jumping sports fans. Looking to the sires who have international presence in Comme il faut’s pedigree, competing at the 1.60-meter levels Cornet Obolensky , Clinton , Corrado I , Heartbreaker , Ramiro Z , and Alme Z. Furthermore, the dam’s portion of Comme il faut’s pedigree truly impress dam and granddam Ratina Z and Heureka Z were known as some of the best mares of their time. Comme il faut is recognized for his many outstanding qualities as his jumping technique , power , and his athleticism. Under rider Peppi Dahlman Comme il faut was Vice World Champion, Vice World Champion Young Horse in Lanaken, and continuing successfully at the five-star level under rider Marcus Ehning.
Comme il l’a Fait’s dams’ side of the pedigree continues with some of the finest and most sought after sport horse bloodlines. His Dam sire, Cassini I, is known as one of Holsteiner’s most successful sires. Cassini I had much success at his stallion licensing, especially in free jumping, then moving onto competing as a five year old under rider Herbert Blocker. His grand performance successes continued under rider Bo Kristoffersen as the team captured seven wins at the Bundeschampionate. Furthermore, in 1995 the pair earned top placings in the Grand Prix of Munster, Kiel,Neumunster, Hamburg, and winners at the Danish Nations Cup team in Helsinki representing Denmark at the European Championships. In 1997, now under rider Franke Sloothaak, the team had immediate success capturing a fourth place at the World Cup in Olympia. The teams success continued in Grand Prix’s, National Cup’s, and World Cup’s. Notably Cassini I is recognized as one of the most successful sires to date, at one point it was confirmed that his offspring had won over 3.5 million Euro’s and to date this number has greatly increased. Monneron results show that Cassini I had ranked 4th out of the top 75 stallions in the world.
Comme il l’a Fait’s pedigree furthermore impresses by the line breeding on both sides of his dam’s pedigree by acclaimed international super sire Caletto II, son and known as the most well-established son of the great sport horse sire Cor de la Bryere. At Calletto II’s 1980 Holsteiner Licensing he earned Champion, referred to as the perfect Holsteiner type, presenting outstanding jumping technique, to be again proven in the show jumping ring and in winning many performance riding tests under rider Herbert Blocker Caletto II ranking in top placement from 1991-2000, and 14 successful progenies ranking Caletto II 16th internationally. Coletto II’s daughter Classic Touch won individual Gold at age eight at Barcelona Games under rider Ludger Beerbaum. Daughter Operette competed successfully at the Nations Cup at Barcelona, Rotterdam, Calgary, and Aachen. Other top progeny Campari, Cassiano Joter, and Cascadeur successfully competed at the 1994 WEG under rider Bo Kristoffersen. Son Caretino successfully competed internationally under rider Bo Kristoffersen. Caretino himself sired Caretano Z the leading 2000 TNT sire of the World Standings. Caletto II sired 112 registered Holsteiner mares whose pedigree presence have produced the following horses in breeding and in sport: Cento, Lasandos, C-Indoctro, Cassini I, Cassini II, Clarimo, Casino, Lord Calidos, Lerano, and eleven licensed sons in Holstein, to name a few.