Cash Point is a young Holstein bred stallion with all the promise and attributes to make a top international performance horse and invaluable breeding stallion. Cash Point combines three spectacular paces with an extraordinary jump and very good conformation. Cash Point is jointly owned by Sharon Baldwin and Robert Smith and will certainly be a valuable asset to the stud as well as British Breeding.
Cash Point has started to successfully compete in Young Horse classes in Holland, showing tremendous scope and promise for his future career.
Cash Pointís sire is the conspicuously noble and blood-type stallion Com Air by Contender, who successfully combines beauty with performance. In his 30-day test Com Air was awarded a perfect 10 no less than three times as well as the highest jumping mark of all participants. As a four-year old he became the most successful Holstein youngster through his own performance on the young jumping circuit winning 90% of all classes entered. As a five year old he continued this trend and was placed 1st - 4th twenty-two times and qualified for the Bundeschampionat.
Cash Point's damís sire Chamonix, who was sold to the USA as a young stallion is by the world famous Caletto II, the most regarded son of Cor de la Bryere. Caletto II was standing at stud for four seasons only. When he was 6 years old he had a deadly accident, but he did not leave without leaving behind a respectable number of high class sport horses, including the gold medal winner of Barcelona, Classic Touch ridden by Ludger Beerbaum. Graded sons by Caletto II include Chamonix, Caretino, Corleone, Cascadeur, Calvin, Cadillac, Cellebrio, Calgary and Calwahn. Chamonix is also the dam sire of jumping stallion Quadrigo La Silla.
Caletto II is also the Sire of the dam of Dobel`s Cento, the exceptionally successful international Nations Cup show jumper, ridden by Otto Becker.
Cash Pointís pedigree is refined through the Thoroughbred blood of the highly successful Koenigspark xx, sire of the outstanding elite graded stallion Herzruf.
A colt by Cash Point x Impuls was sold for £5,800 as third highest price show-jumping bred foal at Brightwells Auction in 2011