Deceased 2015: 1986 Stallion (Landgraf x Monoline). Frozen Semen Only. Selected Mares Only. POA.
Lansing is a producer of Champion approved stallions, State Premium mares and Premium foals and has produced the record holder Leading Chief for the top priced unapproved stallion. He has a number of sons and daughters competing in sport within New Zealand and Internationally.
CASEBROOKE LOMOND (xLANSING).
International Show Jumper and NZ Olympian Katie Laurie rides Casebrooke Lomond (owned by Katie Laurie and Sheena Ross) (Lansing x Lara (Calido 1) Stam 5064). He is a stallion preparing for a future international career at the top of the sport. Pictured below, NZ showjumping's Golden Girl Katie Laurie and Casebrooke Lomond.
Lansing was a fully approved and licensed with the Holsteiner Verband, Oldenburg Verband and KWPN. An international Grand Prix showjumper and taken to victory with Bo Kristofferson as a five year old winning the prestigious Bundeschampionart (German National Showjumping Championships).
More recently in the Dutch town of Zwolle where the best stallions in jumping and dressage are found at the beginning of the year, Lake Bid (pictured below) a son of Lansing was named best Holsteiner. Lake Bid was also 2001 Grand Champion Holsteiner stallion.
Lansing is from the same mare and thus a half brother to the superstar stallion, Calvin Z, who has produced world champions at both age group levels and Grand Prix levels. Interestingly Goldengrove own a mare by Calvin Z, Capri Ego Z - the bloodlines are superb throughout the pedigree. Lansing's dam, Monoline, is also the dam of progenitor, Cantus, who sired the legendary showjumping gold medallist winner, Calvaro V and the stallions Come On, Callido 1, Callido 11 and Cascavel.
Lansing was a beautiful grey stallion of very correct type with good movement and extraordinary jumping capacity with the ability to leave these qualities in his offspring. Lansing looked every bit the performance athlete until his passing at aged 29. Lansing daughters are particularly sort after and his contribution to New Zealand Show Jumping is nothing short of phenomenomal.
SIRE OF LANSING: LANGRAF I
Landgraf has been called "Sire of the Century" by many Warmblood breeders. The incredible success of himself and his progeny through the decades ensures Landgrafs' genetics will continue to be strong in the modern sporthorse. In his Stallion Book of the Holsteiner Warmblood Breed, Dr Dietrich Rossow comments: "Imposing appearance with enormous crest and neck carriage. Smooth total top line and much presence. Beautiful face with marvellous eye. Long, rather broad neck, long sloping shoulder. Well shaped, muscular croup. Strong bone. Good in front. Good mover. Marvellous temperament. Phenomenal jumper; tight in front, lots of bascule, careful and talented."
Below: Lakebid, Champion Son of Lansing and Lansing was the Dam Sire of this Stallion approved at Neunster 2012.