Cero Blue TN
Cero Blue TN is bred out of one of the most successful damlines from Germany; his excellent pedigree goes back to the world-famous mare Fein Cera. This Landadel-daughter jumped at the very highest level with USA’s Peter Wylde and won individual bronze at the World Equestrian Games in Jerez de la Frontera in 2002. In the famous Final Four, Fein Cera turned out to be the very best horse and was officially crowned as the best showjumper in the world in Jerez in 2002.
Cero Blue TN combines this fantastic damline with his promising sire Chacoon Blue. This Chacco Blue-son is considered by many to be one of the successors of his famous sire and seems to pass on his classic way of jumping, rideability and the endless scope of Chacco Blue to his offspring. Cero Blue TN’s grandsire Balou du Rouet can be seen as one of world’s leading showjumping sires with numerous offspring competing at the highest level.
The granddam of Cero Blue TN, Zera, jumped at 1.60m level with Pato Muente and later Victoria Vargas; Zera became world-famous when she won the Hamburg Derby in 2017. Zera’s granddam is the famous Fein Cera ridden by Peter Wylde, whose dam Cera also jumped at 1.60m-level with Paul Darragh and Otto Becker. In addition, Fein Cera stood at the basis of the Olympic showjumper Ornellaia ridden by both John Whitaker and Peter Moloney, the breeding stallion By Cera d’Ick and the Grand Prix showjumper Echo of Light – also successful with John Whitaker.
At the Oldenburg Stallion Show, Cero Blue TN showed off his striking conformation and light-footed canter combined with an excellent way of jumping. Cero Blue TN jumps with outstanding technique, has a great use of his body and shows lots of scope.
|Chaccoon Blue||Chacco Blue|
|Die Cera||Balou du Rouet|