Coronet Obolensky is one of the hottest up and coming young show jumping stallions in the world. At only 7 years of age he had already reached international competition. The highly elastic motion and superb uphill gallop are well combined with jumping qualities that are hard to equal in respect to capacity, leg technique and manner of jumping. This special predisposition is clearly predetermined by his first class pedigree.
Cornet Obolensky was declared vice-champion and the darling of the public at the main Northern Westphalian approval of 2001. He absolved an exceedingly good 30 day test with an overall score of 8.33, as third of his test lot, leading the field in show jumping with the score of 9.24. He was moreover awarded the top score of 10 for loose jumping.
He was presented successfully in show jumper competitions beginning in 2003, under Ludger Beerbaum and Marco Kutscher. Under Marco Kutscher, Cornet Obolensky effortlessly qualified for the Bundeschampionat as a five year old, thus fulfilling performance requirements for young stallions. After a year of only breeding when he was six, he took front places in the international Youngster Tour in Arezzo Italy, Lyon France, Aselage-Gut Einhaus and Hachenburg when he was seven.
At the beginning of 2007 he was successful in competitions in Mechelen BEL and Münster. Cornet Obolensky is described by his team as friendly, unflappable and uncomplicated in daily handling however the same cannot always be said when under saddle often displaying a will and mind of his own. Non-the-less when he is on form and focused his ability to perform is breathtaking. At the young age of only Eight Cornet participated in the Bejing Olympics 2008 placing fifth in the German Teams
OBF Klinton "an exceptional young stallion who provides North American breeders access to fresh semen from some of the world's most dominant bloodlines in show jumping today."Type your paragraph here.
Klinton's pedigree is remarkably similar to Olympic Cornet Obolensky, jumping legend and leading WBFSH/FEI jumper sire, ranked #2 (2014). Both stallion's were sired by Olympic Clinton, ranked #19 (2014), with Heartbreaker,ranked #6 (2014) as the dam's sire, and have Ramiro Z as a great grandsire. International show jumper Utrillo Van De Heffinck (also known as Utrillo Z) is another extraordinary offspring from this world class combination (Clinton / Heartbreaker). True to family form, Klinton jumps with tremendous scope and incredible technique. Klinton received Provisional Stallion Approval by the BWP in 2013. He was further selected to be a part of the Spy Coast Farm Young Jumper Development Program in Lexington, KY. In 2014 Klinton won the Four Year Old Jumper Finals in Tryon, NC. Subsequently, Klinton has shown successfully as a five through eight year old, each year stepping it up and qualifying for the Canadian Young Horse Jumper Finals. Most recently, as an eight year old, this incredible stallion jumped effortlessly and successfully, showing in Quebec at the 1.35 - 1.40 m height. Klinton sired his first crop of foals in 2013, including Naamloos Fleurtje whose BWP inspection score of 84 was the second highest score awarded to a filly during the North American keuring tour.
Like Klinton, his offspring have remarkable character, elastic movement, beautiful heads and top lines with very correct conformation. They have been remarkably easy to train with great work ethics, are brave and have excellent form over fences. His oldest offspring are now early in sport and have been consistently reported as quiet, sensible and easy to train with great work ethics. Like Klinton, they are brave and have excellent form over fences.
Utrillo Van De Heffinck (pictured left) by Clinton out of a Heartbreaker mare, also closely related to Klinton OBF. At the beginning of 2007 he was successful in competitions in Mechelen BEL and Münster. Utrillo began his international career at 7 years old in Belgium under the show name of Utrillo Z. With his owner/rider Walter Lapertot he obtained his first wins in Grand Prix the following year and earned high placings in Paris, Surgeres, Fontainbleau, Palaiseau, and Chantilly. He was placed 4th in the Grand Prix in Paris, 7th in the Grand Prix at Surgeres, and was classed at the CSI in Chantilly. In 2010 Utrillo came under a new rider - Franke Sloothaak. In May of that same year they won the Prosche Grand Prix.