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Champion jumper stallion 2012  

Winner of the jumping index at the 30-day test 2013 

Coupie was champion jumper stallion at the NRW main licensing in Münster-Handorf in 2012. And one year later, he confirmed the high estimation by winning in jumping at his 30-day test with a score that has never been there before: 10.0! Indeed, he showed us jumping ability at its best with regard to ability, technique and bascule and, meanwhile, he won several tests for young show jumpers and, in 2015, he qualified even twice for the Bundeschampionat for German show jumpers, once under the rider Jens Rensen and the other time under the current German Champion Denis Nielsen.

His pedigree is like a summit meeting of the best international jumper blood: The sire Coupe  de Coeur and René Tebbel became German Champion twice, in 2006 and 2007, won the show jumping World Cup in Oslo and lead the German team to the victory in the Nations Cup Super League in Barcelona with two sovereign clear rounds. The dam First Cornet delivered the licensed son Celensky by Cevin Costner and the successful show jumper Quit Right (by Qidamo).

She also produced the second Reserve Champions of the Wesphalian licensing 2014 and 2015, Sir Obolensky Z and Sacramento Gold (both by Stakkato Gold). Sir Obolensky Z was sold for 170,000 Euro to stud Zangersheide. His younger full-brother was sold to Russia for 155,000 Euro.

The dam's sire Cornet Obolensky performed straight away a dream career on the equestrian parquet. As second Reserve Champion at his licensing in Münster-Handorf he presented meanwhile more than 74 licensed sons at different German licensing sites. Furthermore, Cornet Obolensky was highly successful in sport.

The granddam First Class, daughter of Thoroughbred Fläming xx, brought the esteemed “shot” of refinement blood into the pedigree. When bred to Polydor, she delivered the international show jumper Paganini 82 / Jan Sprehe.

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Cornet Obolensky is ranked with the best with a breeding value of 165 points in FN's predicted breeding value statistics and, by now, produced 258 advanced (S) level show jumpers and offspring's lifetime prize earnings of more than 3.68 million Euro. Therewith, Cornet Obolensky is the best jumper-sire of modern times already today. With Argwohn I and Milan, outstanding sires of Westphalian jumper breeding are in the further generations. The great granddam Meggy is full sister of the international show jumper Magister 16/Ulrich Meyer zu Bexten. Coupie  represents the Westphalian dam line of Annette (by Allgäuer-Ford-Admiral). This line is also know for the licensed stallions Camirez L (private stallion Westph., performance test winner), Classic Man (private stallion Westph.), Dark Rubin (private stallion Oldbg., Brdbg.), Doncaster (private stallion Westph.), Filmstar (private stallion Westph.), Fullgarie (private stallion Westph.), Ladylover (private stallion Westph.) and Ramazzotti (private stallion DK) as well as the internationally successful show jumper Pfadfinder/Lutz Gripshöver and the champion mare of the Westphalian Elite Broodmare Show 2008, Deprice (by Damon Hill-Frühlingsball-Milan-Hirschfänger).

Approved for Westphalia, Rhineland, Mecklenburg, OS-International, Oldenburg, German Sport Horse, Breeding association for German Horses.

Breeder: Jan Sprehe, Cloppenburg

Coupe de Coeur Calido Cantus v. Caletto I
Baroness v. Coriander
Adele Lincoln v. Landgraf I
Kolin v. Urioso
First Cornet Cornet Obolensky Clinton v. Corrado I
Rabanna v. Costersfeld v. Heartbreaker
First Class Fläming xx v. Luciano xx
Adsch Anta v. Argwohn I