Ralando II is an imported Holsteiner stallion. A direct son of legendary Ramiro Z, his full pedigree is Ramiro-Calando-Romino, stamm 741. Now that he has been retired from competition, Ralando II is available for breeding year round.
Ralando II competed in Germany as a young horse up to 1.3m. He was imported by Eduardo Braun as a seven year old and competed up to the Grand Prix level on the east and west coasts before becoming a schoolmaster for an adult amateur. In 2010, a change of ownership meant a change of discipline as Ralando II transitioned to the hunter world with amateur rider (now turned professional), Arly Golombek. The pair amassed top placings and championships as both a Regular Working and A/O Hunter at elite A-Circuit shows including WEF, Kentucky Spring & Summer shows, the Kentucky National, Capital Challenge, Pennsylvania National and the National Horse Show. A testament to his rideability and generous disposition is the fact that before retiring from competition, Ralando II was competing & winning in the Adult Amateur divisions with students of Arly's.
Video of Ralando as a hunter: Youtube Video
See Ralando's Facebook page for more pictures and video: http://facebook.com/RalandoStallion
There is NO booking fee and this contract includes a 3-year live foal guarantee.
Collection and semen shipping will be billed to the mare owner at cost. The collection cost is $195. We collected Monday - Friday (and Saturday with sufficient advance notice). Ralando is exceptionally fertile with a near 100% conception rate in 2013.
Company / Facility:
Avenir Farm -
Avenir Farm is a small breeding farm established with the single focus of producing superior quality riding horses for the Olympic disciplines. We've assembled a small group of premium and Elite mares representing sought after, performance-proven bloodlines of Germany and the United States. Athleticism, strong conformation to match a strong character and a high level of rideability is our goal with each foal. To ensure the health and happiness of our horses, all live in herds in pastures with rolling hills and year-round grass to graze with amongst their horse and animal friends. Each receives the love, attention, life lessons and exposure crucial to developing a strong, respectful bond with their human friends.