SIEC Livello rose to prominence on the international show jumping circuit in 2009. In that year, he was on the winning Irish team at the Falsterbo Nations Cup, and also won the Grand Prix held at the indoor horse show in Kiel. The greatest achievement during his career was when he finished 4th in the Windsor European show jumping championships with Irish rider Cameron Hanley. SIEC Livello was licensed for breeding at Neumünster in 2001 and was then leased by Radegast state stud. He competed at the Warendorf Bundeschampionat as a 6-year-old, and was then purchased by Sevil Sabanci. Since summer 2012, SIEC Livello has been successfully competing at international level with Swedish rider Angelica Augustsson. SIEC Livello’s dam, Zocka, is by Ahorn Z, who was by the great French sire Almé. Ahorn Z inherited his extraordinary movement from his dam’s sire Ganeff, who was the grandsire to Leander, winner of the Holstein approvals in 1973. Ahorn Z’s dam, Heureka, was one of the most successful show jumpers of her time. Born in 1960, she won Grand Prix at such shows as Aachen, Vienna, Hamburg and Berlin. Numerous offspring from the time SIEC Livello was used as a breeding stallion in Saxony are already successfully performing in jumping competitions at S level. Among his offspring is SIEC Lemon Tree, produced and ridden by SIEC Team rider Dennis Schantz. This exciting 5 year old is out of the mare Lyselle, by Glendale, and has already picked up some good results at CSIYH level at her international debut at Oliva Nova, Spain. SIEC Livello is now standing at stud at the Holsteiner Verband in Elmshorn, Germany.