Cornell University Equine Park

Equine Research Park - Condios



1995 16.2 1/2 h Holsteiner

Owned by Morningside Stud


Holsteiner Verband
American Holsteiner Horse Association
Oldenburg Verband
Oldenburg Horse Breeders Society of North America
Danish Warmblood Society
North American Danish Warmblood Associaton
Anglo European Studbook
Irish Horse Board
UNIRE (Italy)
Holsteiner Horse Association of Australia
New Zealand Warmblood Horse Breeders Association
Australian Warmblood Horse Association
Acknowledged by KWPN

Condios is an international Grand Prix winner that has represented Ireland at the European Championship, the Samsung Super League Nations Cup at Aachen, and in two World Cup Qualifiers. Under Dermott Lennon, Condios' results in 2005 included:

3rd Grand Prix CSI3* The Hague
4th World Cup Qualifer CSI-W Helsinki
6th 1.55 m. CSI4* Hardenburg
6th Grand Prix CSI3* Eindhoven
7th Grand Prix 4* European Championship
8th CSIO5* Nations Cup of Aachen.

Condios has qualified for the 2006 World Equestrian Games in Aachen.

In the WBFSH ranking of international showjumpers for 2004-2005, Condios was the #3 Holsteiner stallion born in 1995 and the #1 Irish-owned approved stallion.

Progeny from Condios' first two crops (born in 2000 and 2001) are competing successfully in Denmark and Ireland, and younger progeny can be found in Ireland, Northern Ireland, England, Germany, Denmark, Netherlands, United States, Australia, and Uruguay.

As a young stallion Condios was Reserve Champion of the German Performance Test, where he placed first in dressage and third in showjumping. He received a perfect score of 10 for character, 9 for temperament, and 9 for constitution. He is approved by 12 studbooks throughout the world.


CORIANO                    Corrado I                    Cor de la Bryere                         
Option Lord
FERBENA Landgraf I Ladykiller xx
Nitta Famos

For further information on CONDIOS' foals, performance record, photographs, video clips and pedigree


2009 Stud Fee
The 2012 stud fee is $1,000 per insemination dose with a minimum purchase of two insemination doses. If the mare does not get into foal after two inseminations and if the semen was used on a reproductively healthy mare 15 years of age or under, then the mare owner may submit to the Equine Park by October 1, 2012 a signed report from his/her vet stating that the mare did not get into foal despite being reproductively healthy and 15 years of age or under. If this report is submitted by October 1, 2012, then in 2013 the mare owner may pay 50% of the 2012 stud fee per insemination dose and receive additional insemination doses, up to the number purchased in 2012.

Breeding services are available at Cornell University or frozen semen may be shipped within the US at the mare owner's expense.