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Color: bay

Born: 2015

Height: 16 hands 2 inches

Approved for: Westfalia, Hannoverian, OS, all southern German studbooks and all associations oft he new federal states. Other studbooks on request.

WFFS: negative

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Eagerly awaited by many breeders, Coros, the world’s best six-year-old jumping stallion, is now entering our breeding program. The valuable bay stallion embodies the ideal of the modern showjumping sire with his entire habitus: brilliant type, long-legged, correct, elastic and naturally balanced, with ideal leverage and sufficient substance for maximum power development. Absolutely impressive is his jumping sequence, characterized by a lot of impression, perfect bascule, lightning-fast reflexes and terrific sovereignty. Following his licensing in Münster-Handorf, Coros passed his sport test at the same location with a 9.03 as reserve champion. In 2020 he won the Westphalian Championships with Hendrik Dowe and took bronze at the Bundeschampionat for five-year-old show jumpers. In 2021, as a six-year-old, Coros switched to the saddle of Philipp Weishaupt, recorded his first international placings in Chantilly/FRA and Lier/BEL, secured silver – narrowly beaten – at the Bundeschampionat and won gold with dream rounds at the World Championships for six-year-old show jumpers in Lanaken.

The sire Cornet Obolensky, himself successful under Marco Kutscher in the show jumping arena up to the Olympic Games, is one of the most successful show jumping sires worldwide. Among others, he sired the individual European Champion and Team Vice World Champion Clooney/Martin Fuchs/SUI, the Aachen runner-up Balou du Reventon/Brian Moggre/USA, the Team Vice European Champion Comme il faut/Marcus Ehning and our Grand Prix winner Colestus/Christian Kukuk. The dam Atemlos B achieved victories and placings in tests for young show jumpers. Her full brother Apollo placed internationally in 1.50 meter jumping competitions. Her half-sister Gina Lee B (by Grasco) successfully competed in 1.40 meter show jumping competitions. The dam’s sire was the 1st Reserve Champion of the NRW licensing, Arpeggio. The lifetime earnings of his offspring recorded in Germany alone, including All Inclusive NRW/Denis Lynch/IRL or Ludger Beerbaum, Acomet/Theo Muff/SUI and Allerdings/Marco Kutscher or Henrik von Eckermann/SWE, amount to over 1.9 million euros.
The granddam Pialotta won 26 jumping competitions. Her full sister Piroschka (by Pluspunkt) is dam to Lehmann (by Lancer III), who competed internationally in 1.50 meter show jumping competitions with Maurice and René Tebbel, to the 1.45 meter show jumper Quirin (by Quidam’s Rubin) and to Balouska (by Stakkato Gold)/Jesper Romp, who placed for the Netherlands at the European Young Riders Championships, won the CSIOY Nations Cup in Hagen and the 1.55-meter Grand Prix of Ommen/NED. The Pialotta half-siblings Cora (by Cordobes I) and Caesar FH (by Contini) placed in 1.45 meter and 1.40 meter jumping competitions, respectively. In the falling dam line, the performance sires Pluspunkt (full brother to two-time World Team Champion PS Priamos/Dirk Hafemeister and Ludger Beerbaum) and Weinberg follow. The pedigree of Coros shows an interesting inbreeding component to the great Pilot. The great-granddam Winni is a full sister to the licensed stallion Weinstern (both by Weinberg). The fourth dam, Verb.Pr.St. Peggy Sue, is a full sister to the international show jumper Partisan (by Pilot)/Lars Meyer zu Bexten. Westphalian mare line of Leila.