2022 Foals Available from Hyperion Stud

“We had a very exciting crop of foals born in 2022 and look forward to what we think will be a very bright future. Below is a list of foals born both at our Virginia farm and in Europe.”

2022 Holsteiner Filly
Imothep / Gina L / Fragnonard xx / Contender
STAMM 242
Premium/ Championship

2022 Holsteiner Colt
Cash and Carry / Athene IV / Cayado / Concorde
STAMM 776
Premium/ Championship

2022 Holsteiner Filly
Uriko / Diemenna HS / Connor / Carlos
STAMM 776
Premium

2022 Holsteiner Colt
Colore / Elyssa / Calido / Acorado
STAMM 776
Premium

2022 KWPN Filly
For Treasure / Illumination / Connor / Cardento

2022 Holsteiner Colt
Uriko / Freyja / My Lord Carthago / Casall
STAMM 474a
Premium

2022 Holsteiner Colt
Cicera’s Icewater / Carraleena / Calato  / Cantus
STAMM 241

2022 Holsteiner Colt
Chin Quidam VDL / Vision / Cassini / Heraldik xx
STAMM 474a

2022 Holsteiner Filly
Vigado / Festa / Corrado / Quinar
STAMM 741
Premium

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Hyperion Stud, LLC
4997 Sandy Branch Rd.
Barboursville, VA 22923
Telephone: 434-973-7700
Fax: 434-973-7773

Meet Hyperion Stud’s US stallions – Click each one for full details.

Imothep

Olympic Stallion by Indoctro

Dakota

KWPN Approved son of Casall

Cicera’s Icewater

Approved Holsteiner Stallion

Chin Quidam VDL

Approved son of Chin Chin

Can’t Touch This

Powerhouse Pedigree

Cool Jazz HS

Holsteiner approved son of Colman

Cantus for Foundation Friday

Enjoy one of Warmblood Stallions of North America’s more popular Foundation Friday posts!  Every other Friday we will be featuring a foundation sire – one who has been influential in the development of warmblood breeds. We pull from the incredible archive of The Horse Magazine, published by Chris Hector of Australia. Thank you, Chris, for permission to draw on your expertise!

1981—1994
Grey
174 cm
Breeder: Ramus Boyschau

Cantus was Caletto I’s first crop in Holstein. His dam, Monoline, was by the tough competitor Roman and out of an advanced showjumper, USA.

Cantus, who died far too early in 1994, was a successful sire of showjumpers right from the start. Come On, his internationally best-known approved son, won many times at Grand Prix and Nations Cup level with Ralf Schneider and the Princess Haya of Jordan.

Cantus produced 25 approved sons, including Cassius Clay (1992 Viernheim champion stallion), Cascavelle, Colbert GTI, Canaletto (both private stallions in Holstein), Cyrano (private stallion Hesse) and Cellestial (private stallion Oldenburg).
At the 2000 Olympic Games in Sydney, the Cantus gelding Calvaro won the silver medal with the Swiss team and his rider Willi Melliger.

In 2004 Cantus’s progeny had winnings of €1.35 million.

According to Thomas Mohr, manager of the Maas J Hell stallion station, where Cantus stood:“Cantus was for 15 years one of the most successful showjumping sires – with horses like Calvaro with Willi Melliger. The horses by Cantus were very powerful and easy to ride, sometimes not the prettiest horses, but very willing to perform.”

To read the entire article, with pedigree, details of Cantus’s sons and daughters, on the Horse Magazine website, click here.

There are several stallion descendants of Cantus in North America. Click on the following links to read about each of the ones on WarmbloodStallionsNA.com:

Calito

A modern type with excellent technique and movement

Can’t Touch This

Powerhouse Pedigree

PF’s Chardo

First Class – Newly Imported Young Stallion

Cool Jazz HS

Holsteiner approved son of Colman

GK Calucci

Choose Calucci for soundness, character, & scope!

Quidam Blue

International Grand Prix Jumper, Approved Hanoverian Stallion

Capitol I for Foundation Friday

Enjoy one of Warmblood Stallions of North America’s more popular Foundation Friday posts!  Every other Friday we will be featuring a foundation sire – one who has been influential in the development of warmblood breeds. We pull from the incredible archive of The Horse Magazine, published by Chris Hector of Australia. Thank you, Chris, for permission to draw on your expertise!

1975–1999
169 cm
Grey
Breeder: Harm Thörmalen

Capitol I is a real rarity in the ranks of Holsteiner stallions – a showjumping sire, whose name begins with ‘C’ who is not related to Cor de la Bryère! Nor for that matter, is he related to that other pillar of Holsteiner breeding, Landgraf…

Following the success of his progeny, Capitol moved to 2nd on the WBFSH standings in 1999, and to first place in 2000 and 2001…

According to Harm Thormälen, whose family bred Capitol:

“The Capitol horses have scope – scope and easy to handle. Amateurs can ride the Capitol horses…

We tend to think of Capitols as being big and scopey, slightly old fashioned and perhaps not the horses we need for modern sport but it would seem that they are still represented at the highest levels of the sport…


To read the entire article, with pedigree and more offspring details, on the Horse Magazine website, click here

There are several stallion descendants of Capitol I in North America. Click on the following links to read about each of the ones on WarmbloodStallionsNA.com: