|Cornet Obolensky||Clinton||Corrado I|
|Rabanna van Costersveld||Heartbreaker|
|Holivea v. Costersveld|
|Dark Chocolate Maxx||Darco||Lugano v. La Roche|
|Cel' est Z||Chin Chin|
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Three Olympic sires one after another
Already at his licensing in Vechta, the flawless performance of Cornet's Darco amazed the licensing committee and the professional audience alike. He jumped with a remarkable serenity and mastered every height. A modern athlete, who has all conceivable prerequisites for today's technically demanding and fast show-jumping courses.
The sire Cornet Obolensky, ranked 5th in the WBFSH world ranking list of the best jumping sires in 2019, produced countless show-jumping stars, above all the reigning European Champion Clooney/Martin Fuchs/SUI, the team Vice European Champion Comme il faut/Marcus Ehning and the winner of the Nation Cup final Balou du Reventon/Darragh Kenny/IRL.
The dam sire Darco was placed in Grand Prix, Nations’ Cups and show-jumping World Cups with Ludo Philippaerts/BEL and was placed seventh in the Olympic Games in Barcelona/ESP.
Chin Chin, who appears in the third generation, won five World Cup competitions in 1988 and finished sixth individually at the Olympic Games in Seoul/COR.
Cornet's Darco: Cornet Obolensky – Darco – Chin Chin – Quidam de Revel