|Cornet Obolensky||Clinton||Corrado||Cor de la Bryère|
|A`Pershing||Arpeggio||Acord II||Ahorn Z|
The beautiful Corlensky G was the darling of the public at the Oldenburg licensing in Vechta 2005. Unfortunately he could not get a premium award because he is Westphalian.
He jumps fantastically, always with fast reflexes and limitless scope. Furthermore he has superior gaits.
As a five- and six-year-old he won a lot of 1.20m and 1.30m youngster classes and was qualified for the Bundeschampionat.
Meanwhile, Corlensky G is highly successful in the USA.
The sire, Cornet Obolensky, is one of the most popular breeding stallions in Germany. Himself, he has been successful in international competitions with Marco Kutscher, including the Olympic Games in Hong Kong, European Championships. His first crop dominated the final at the Bundeschampionat. His son Comme il faut (Comme Prévu's sire) is one of the most successful horses of the last years.
The dam, A’Pershing, that produced the licensed Flore Star, is the daughter of Warendorf sire Apeggio, who produced incredibly successful jumping horses including All inclusive NRW (ridden by both Ludger Beerbaum and Denis Lynch). His offspring earned more than 1.5 million euro in Germany only.
The countless number of jumping horses in Corlensky G's pedigree include Polydor in the third gerneration. He is an incredible Westphalian foundation sire who has produced offspring that have already won nearly five million euro.
The great-granddam, Furiosa, produced the licensed stallion Con Quest Star, by Cento, who won many jumping competitions.
An interesting note about the valuable sire Faschingsprince, and successful jumping horse producer, Hartung/T. and the damline: the origin of this line dates back to the breeding of Trotters, a special touch that gives the breeding of jumping horses a particular flare. Trotting blood was, and is, a particular jem in the breeding of jumping horses and when it presents itself as it does in Corlensky G, it can only be something incredible!
Oldenburg, Oldenburg-International, Hanover, southern German associations, Sweden, almost all other breeding associations
In the breeding he was able to go back to the results from the years before. A filly out of a dam by Landor S-Acord II was foal champion in Lemwerder in 2009. Moreover his first foals, that were born in Sweden, were very succesful.
To give an example: The performance test for 3 year old horses was won by one of his offspring with a score of 54 points by a maximum of 60 points. That was the highest score ever awarded! In addition two more offspring were among the first four of this test!
In 2013, he was the sire of seven State premium Mares in Oldneburg and Hanover. The runner-up Champion Mare of Oldenburg International was by Corlensky - Landadel.