2012 colt by Cachas
2015 colt by Cachas
2016 colt by Casall
K Folia aka Constantia 3
K-Folia's pedigree reads like a Who's Who of famous stallions and mares. Her dam, Defolia, is a full sister to legendary Holsteiner stallion Capitol I and the internationally successful jumping mare U-Capitola. The Capitol line dominated international competitions for over a decade through his sons, Cassini I and II, C-Indoctro, Calato, and Carthago among others. K-Folia's sire, Corofino I, by the influential stallion Corrado I, was a successful Grand Prix competitor on the international scene. Corofino's dam was the famous mare Valeska IV, who produced two other approved stallion sons Corofino II and Camiros who was the champion stallion of his approvals.
A successful competitor herself, before retiring as a broodmare. K Folia competed under the name Constantia 3 placing with 5 firsts, 8 seconds, 4 thirds, and 1 fourth at 1.4 meters with just over 3,000 Euros in earnings. Inspected in Germany, K-folia scored 48 points at her approvals, earning her premium status. Prior to being imported to the US by Walnut Hill Holsteiners in 2011, she had 3 foals. Her 2010 colt was purchased by Paul Schockemoehle, who holds the prestigious P.S.I. Auction. In 2012, this premier sporthorse sales event had an average sale price for auction horses of over $250,000.
In 2012 K-Folia produced an outstanding colt for Walnut Hill Holsteiners. Caiser T is by the up and coming Caretino son Cachas. Awarded premium status at his approvals, Caiser received a rare 9 for his movement. He went on to be the Region 4 USDF Dressage Sporthorse in hand Grand Champion as a yearling. Beating an approved 3 yr old Dutch Stallion.
In 2015 K-Folia produced another excellent colt by Cachas, Carver T, who received an 8 for his gaits. Sadly he had to be put down after a freak pasture accident.
In 2016 K-Folia had a superb colt by Casall. Carver T also received a rare 9 for movement at his foal approvals. He was purchased as a stallion candidate and will be presented for inspection with the AHHA.