The success of many highly successful Holstein sport and breeding heroes lies in the stability of their genetic construction. Hereditary stallions are paired according to their positive hereditary characteristics to mares whose genetic capacity is well known to the breeders. This process is repeated from generation to generation and has led to the development of particularly successful branches of our Holstein performance lines. Such a strong genetic construction is revealed in Castle Creek's pedigree. The planned inbreeding to the top sire Caletto II has a particular impact on Castle Creek's type and performance.
Castle Creek has the best basic gaits, which are particularly impressive not only in the hand, but also under the rider. The quality of the canter is in a class of its own. His jumping is characterized by great caution and especially by the way of moving his hindquarters over the jump.
A young stallion, who is well protected in terms of breeding through special sires in his pedigree and his dam line, is available for breeding. It can be assumed that his type and quality of movement enable him to produce foals that meet today's high demands of the market. Castle Creek's particular strengths are rideability and the quality of his canter. This in connection with his natural talent at jumping with imprint, caution and ability offers the breeder excellent opportunities to further develop the inheritance potential of his mares.