The stallion Lasino is a representative of the Holsteiner studbook’s coveted L line and his pedigree reads like a Who’s Who in show jumping. By Landgraf and with Capitol I, Lord, and Roman on the dam’s side, his pedigree has the Holsteiner studbook’s most important jumper sires closely knit together. As Lasino carries the Ladykiller TB performance genes through Landgraf and Lord as well as Capitol I and Ramzes, he is of great interest for the Holsteiner breeding programme, even more so seeing that he carries no Cor de la Bryère blood.
His stallion performance test jumping index was 130 points. He was then shown in competition, at first by Bo Kristoffersen, then by Jörg Kreutzmann, who successfully competed him at international level in Dortmund, Neumunster and Aarhus.
Line 2543 is a quite small mare family in comparison, but very successful. The dam line bred by the Thiedemann family goes back to the foundation mare Optik by Fanal and has produced many successful horses, including for example the licensed stallions Boritas, Lux Z and Coriando. Lasino’s dam, Arina by Capitol I, produced the licensed sons Limoncello I and II, by Lorentin. Another produce of the Thiedemann family’s line 2543 is the mare Loreana, a successful international level show jumper under the saddle of Achaz von Buchwaldt and later Lars Nieberg.
Lasino attracted attention in particular for his FEI show jumping offspring. With Alois Pollmann-Schweckhorst, his son Lord Luis was a member of the Nations Cup winning German team in La Baule and came 2nd in the first leg of the Global Champions Tour in Doha/Qatar which comes with big price money. Another successful offspring is Le Beau: At his first international championship, the Mannheim Europeans, Le Beau took 13th place in the overall standings under his rider Stein Endresen. With two clear rounds in the Nations Cup he was instrumental in securing the Hong Kong qualification for the Norwegian team. With Stein Endresen, he reached the individual top 25 final at the Hong Kong Olympics, placing 16th in the overall standings. In 2009, the pair competed at the Windsor Europeans and placed in many shows with big prize money.
Leconte was no less successful. Under Marcus Ehning, he took home many prestigious placings and won among other achievements the Bordeaux world cup.
Of his younger offspring, Easy Going attracted particular attention in Schleswig-Holstein with Inga Czwalina. At 8 years old she achieved 45 wins and placings to S*** already. In 2012, Easy Going was successfully shown at international level by Ruben Romp.