Cleopatra is a 2010 KWPN mare by Quick Star out of Calato. Cleopatra is an exciting high-performance jumping prospect for CKF and is ridden by U.S. Olympic gold medalist Laura Kraut. She made her U.S. competition debut with Kraut in 2019, winning the $5,000 1.30M Rising Star Classic at the Ridge in Wellington. In May of 2019, the pair won a CSI3* Table A competition in Le Touguet, France.
The 2011 grey Westphalian mare debuted with Laura Kraut in 2018. In the summer of 2018, the pair won The Old Lodge International 7- and 8-Year Old Championship, held at The All England Jumping Course in Hickstead, England. Greatfull also won a class at the CSIYH1* in Vilamoura, Portugal in the fall of 2018. In 2019, Grateful won in the Big Tour 1.40m at the Sunshine Tour in Spain.
Constable is a 2007 Dutch Warmblood gelding, who has successfully competed around the world with U.S. Olympic gold medalist Laura Kraut up to the CSI5* level. The pair have been partnered together and competing internationally since 2013 and have secured multiple top finishes, including placing third in the $86,000 Suncast 1.50m Classic CSI5* at the 2017 Winter Equestrian Festival. After taking a well deserved break in 2018, the talented gelding is ready to get back in the ring at the 2019 Sunshine Tour this winter in Spain.
Laura Kraut and Cedric, a 1998 Holsteiner gelding (Chambertin 3-Cortina, Carolus LL) were one of the most dynamic and successful show jumping combinations in American history. Cedric made his FEI debut in 2006 as an 8-year- old, and his partnership with Kraut was nothing short of incredible. Kraut and Cedric were key members of the United States show jumping team that claimed the gold medal in 2008 at the summer Olympics in Beijing. He was also one of the nation’s leading money winners, amassed well over $2 million in prize money won and, in major competitions of $100,000 or more, produced 81 clear and 45 double-clear rounds. In 2010, Cedric was named The Chronicle of the Horse’s Show Jumping Horse of the Year. Laura believes he was one of the "best athletes in the world and a horse of a lifetime". Cedric was retired from competition in March 2017.