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LALIQUERegistered name: Urban Cowgirl WKTPremium Select Mare
Urban Cowgirl WKT aka "Lalique" is a lovely bay mare by Campesino, out of Lancera I, by Concerto II. She has been very successful in the Pre Green Hunter Ring and the 1.15 m Jumper Ring. She is very light footed, jumps in great form and has a very nice and easy going temperament. She is very brave and easy to work with.
Her sire, Campesino, is approved and Licensed by the German Holsteiner Verband. He is the only son of the legendary foundation sire, Capitol I, standing in North America with that distinction. In addition to Campesino, Capitol I is the sire of Cassini I & II, Calato, Carthago, Dobel's Cento, Clearway, Indoctro, Carolus I & II, Cardento and other International and Olympic Showjumpers.
Campesino, a Grand Prix winner himself, is the sire of current World Cup Horse, Carlos Boy as well as numerous International Showjumpers and Verband Approved Mares. He is the sire of Bundeschampionat foals and US born Premium Foals, including the highest scoring foal on the 2007 RPSI North American Approvals Tour.
Her dam sire is Concerto II. This big-framed Contender-son unfortunately perished as a six-year-old after only 2 years of breeding. Concerto II is out of an extraordinary successful sport horse family. His full brother, Concerto I, was sold to the United States, where he is a successful Grand Prix-horse under Molly Esch.
Lalique was approved by the American Holsteiner Horse Association and awarded Premium Select Mare status with a score of 50.
2013 a gorgeous bay stud colt, Casamiro FFF by Cunningham.
2018 a stunning bay filly, Lorelei FFF by Conway II.
2020 she is in foal to Robert Spooner's 1.60 5* stallion, Ace.
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Updated October 2019.