|Nessica (ster, prok)|
|Odaza (ster, sport-dr)||Cocktail (pref)|
|Didaza *keur, pref, pres, sport-dr)|
This filly is by the up and coming stallion Tolegro, a son of the World Champion Totilas. Tolegro descends from the damline of Negro who is the sire of Valegro who won Olympic Gold under Charlotte Dujardin.
Her dam Bo is by United (Krack C x TCN Partout). United achieved the highest grade ever awarded in his stallion performance test in the Netherlands with a 9.5 for his predisposition as a dressage horse, for trot and canter. Even as a young horse he competed successfully up to the World Championships in Verden and he made his debut at St. Georges level with more than 70 per cent in 2009. Bo comes from a KWPN mare line full of sport (Dr), preferent and keur mares. Her dam Odaza is by (Olympic) Cocktail (Keur) who is the sire of Jazz, the "dressage sire of the decade".
Tolegro is a son from the first crop of the record World Champion in dressage, Totilas and originates from the damline of Valegro's sire Negro.
At the Oldenburg Stallion Days 2013 Tolegro impressed with his optimal movements always carried by the hindquarters. On the lungeing-rein he revealed ideal riding horse traits, which he confirmed spectacularly at his 30-day test in Schlieckau in 2014.
The sire Totilas electrified and dominated the dressage scene like no other. In 2009, he won double gold under Edward Gal/NED at the EC in Windsor/GBR and triple gold at the WEG in Kentucky. Furthermore, the crown could not be taken away from him anymore at the World Cup final in ’s-Hertogenbosch/NED. After moving under the saddle of Matthias Alexander Rath he added EC team silver in Rotterdam/NED in 2011 and double gold at the 2012' German Championships in Balve as well as Grand Prix victories in Aachen, Perl-Borg, Kapellen/BEL and Wiesbaden.
Dam is the ster mare Tewri. With the stallions Krack C and Ferro further internationally dressage sport-tested top performers follow on the side of the dam's sire.
The granddam pref Leandra produced the licensed stallion A Big Pleasure (by Aachen), the both intermediate (M) level dressage horses Useful and VIP (both by Polansky) as well as the successful show mare Wild Pleasure (by Jazz), who herself was dam of the licensed Dark Pleasure (by Ufo).
Great granddam keur pref prest Equador, who competed successfully in dressage up to intermediate (M) level, delivered the dressage horses Karanza (by Ferro), Matura (by Zeolit) and Utah (by Metall).