Approved for Westphalian, OS, Hannover, DSP, all associations of the new federal states
Cortez FZ is the 1st reserve champion stallion of the Westphalian main licensing 2020, who impressively underpins his superiority not only in the show jumping series, but also over the first single jump. “A large-framed stallion, well developed and well muscled,” was how interim licensing commissioner Thomas Münch summarized the enthusiasm of the licensing commission in his comment. “Even with the preselection with the natural, easy jumping and always moving through the body.” Cortez FZ can handle his large gear ratio very well and is also able to develop the jump optimally from a small canter. “Bascule and front leg technique are outstanding.” The sporttest for 4 year old stallions did Cortez FZ with the final mark of 8,25 in Münster-Handorf 2022.
The father Cornet Obolensky won team gold with Marco Kutscher at the 2011 European Championships in Madrid / ESP, took part in the 2008 Olympic Games in Hong Kong / HKG and placed in the 2009 and 2012 World Cup finals. The couple also won Grand Prix and Nations Cups. There are over 150 licensed sons, including numerous champion and premium stallions, and more than 300 offspring with successes in difficult jumping competitions and progeny lifetime winnings of 10.8 million euros. Successes in championships and great prizes collected, among others Comme il faut and Cornado NRW / both Marcus Ehning, Colestus / Christian Kukuk, Cornet D’Amour / Daniel Deußer, Cornado II / Christian Ahlmann and many more. The dam’s sire, Eurocommerce Canturano, placed in international jumping classes for the Netherlands. One of his most successful offspring is WEG and Nations Cup team fourth Daimler / Werner Muff / SUI. Osiris (by Dallas VDL), who is successful in 1.30 m jumping, comes from the second dam Isabelle FZ. The pedigree includes the stallion sizes Acodetto I, Carneval and Frostwind.
The Belgian great-granddam Isanca successfully competed in 1.40 m show jumping tests herself and produced eight sport offspring. Her daughter Berlina FZ (by Berlin), who was successful in 1.45 m jumping, became the mother of the 1.60 m jumper Quality FZ (by Quintender) / Rodrigo Pessoa / BRA. Her half-sister Indira FZ (by Indorado) placed internationally in 1.50 m jumping classes and was dam of the licensed and internationally successful stallion Camirez FZ (by Contender) / Mathis Schwentker. The Isanca daughter Yasmeen (by Grandduell) jumped 1.40 m and produced seven offspring with successes in 1.30 m to 1.45 m classes, including Cashman (by Cash; 1.40 m) Spr.) And GHM Passioneq Belinda FZ (by Balou du Rouet; 1.40 m-spr.), These in turn brought Calinda FZ (by Cosmo; 1.45 m-spr.). Other Isanca sport descendants: Isidor FZ (by Cento; intern. 1.45 m-jump.), Dustin FZ (by Douglas; 1.40 m-jump.), Isa FZ (by Colman; 1.30 m -Spr.), Isandra (by Indoctro; 1.40 m-jump.) And Corlanda FZ (by Corland; 1.35 m-jump.).