The stallion Levantos II was reserve champion in 1993, during the Holsteiner jumping test in Neumünster.One year later Levantos II was again runner up at the stallion test at Neustadt/Dosse. The successful sport career of Levantos II started with a second place with the five-year-old jumpers at the Bundeschampionat in Warendorf. Then Levantos II was sold for the astronomic amount of DM 3.000.000 to a Swedish syndicate. Under the saddle of Malin Baryard, Peder Fredrickson and Giovanni Magaton Levantos II performed many years at the highest level in the jumping sport from 1998 up to 2006 with good results in Helsinki, Linz, Goteborg, nag, Aarhus and Falsterbo.
The national jumpers Miss Fizz M. (Camilla Enemark), Levina (Thomas Patt), Lugano (Christian Heck) and Lambado (Aleksandra Lusina) are four decsendants from the first years of Levantos II breeding that perform at national level in jumping. Levantos II conducts the valuable performance Holsteiner blood of stamm 242 by means of its father Liostro (Ladykiller xx), the well known motherstamm of Joost, Colt, Laertes and Alcatraz. Liostro also enjoys the reputation as father of the international jumper Sapphire with which Mark Watring took part at the Olympic Games in Athens 2004. The international jumping stud Cagliostro (Calando I) with which Noora Penttii took part in the WK in Aachen 2006 has been bred from a daughter of Liostro. On mothers side Levantos II conducts the valuable jumping blood of the incredible Cantus which we know as a father of the well known jumpers Calvaro V, Come On, Candaletto and Cantus W. Mother Andra II also brought the full brother his except Levantos II, Levantos I, reserve champion of the Holsteiner thumping testing in 1992. His son, Lou Bega made furore in international jumping with Juraj Hanulay. Levantos II mother line is registered in Holstein as stamm 4705. Grandmother Gilda (Meteor xx) stands at the basis of a range of approved stallions among which Catoki (Cambridge), Chalan (Chambertin), Larso (Liostro), Laurenz (Lord), Orleandro (Oglio xx), Racord (Rasso) and Rocadero (Ronald).