|Comme il faut||Cornet Obolensky||Clinton||Corrado I|
|Rabanna van Costersveld||Heartbreaker|
|Holivea van Costersveld|
|Quintessa||Quinta Real||Quite Easy||Quidam de Revel|
|Baronesse||Balou du Rouet||Baloubet du Rouet|
Comme Prévu was awarded premium stallion at the Westphalian main licensing in 2015. Afterwards, he was carefully trained and successfully completed his 50-days-test in Adelheidsdorf in November of 2016 with these top marks: interior: 9,25; character/temperament: 9,00; willingness to perform: 9,50; trot: 8,00; canter: 8,50; walk: 7,50; rideability evaluation commission: 9,50; scope: 9,00; technique: 9,50; overall impression: 9,50; final score: 8,99.
The young stallion impresses with his great attitude, rideability and scope.
He won the youngster class (1.10 m) with a score of 8.6 at his very first show in 2017.
He qualified for the Bundeschampionat for five-year-old horses in June 2018.
Comme Prévu's sire Comme il faut won the World Cup show jumping in Madrid with Marcus Ehning, the Grand Prix of Vienna (1.60 m) and the Grand Prix of Paderborn (1.50 m) in 2016. He placed several times at international shows (Oslo 1.60 m 4th place; Helsinki Grand Prix 1.60 m 6th place; World Cup qualification London 1.60 m 9th place). In 2015, he finished second in the Nations Cup and third in 1.60 m classes twice (Rome, Rotterdam).
Comme il faut's sire, Cornet Obolenksy (Marco Kutscher/GER), won Grand Prixs and Nations Cups and is one of the most successful sires of our time.
Comme il faut's dam Ratina Z was one of Ludger Beerbaum's successful horses. Together, they were named Team Olympia winners in 1996, team world champion in 1994, double European champions in 1997 and winners of the World Cup final 1993 and the Grand Prix of Achen 1996. After her athletic career, Ratina Z also brought the licensed, in 1.60 m jumpings successful stallion Crown Z by Carthago, as well as the licensed Rex Z (by Rebel I Z) and Treasure Z (by Dollar de la Pierre), both succesful in 1.50 m shows.
Comme il faut's half-sister Calipa Z by Cor de la Bryère brought Camilo LS la Silla (Jeroen Dubbeldam) by Portofino. The licensed full-brothers Chicago Z (1.60 m/Bruno Passaro) and Cayetano Z (1.60 m/Julia Kayser) by Caretano are also sons of Calipa Z.
Ratina Z's dam Heureka Z (Hermann Schridde) was the world's most successful jumping mare of her time and established a new show jumper's dynasty in Zangersheide.
Comme il faut's offspring is internationally successful. Comme Prévu's three-quarter brother Comilfo Plus (Christian Ahlmann) was 5th at the World Breeding Jumping Championships for Young Horses and is now placed in international 1.45 m classes. C'est Diva H (Nick Haschert), Cairon (Andreas Kreuzer), Candy-Day (Michael Wittschier) and Capri (Franz-Josef Dahlmann Jun.) are also internationally successful horses. So far, 14 of his sons are licensed.
Dam sire Quinta Real was premium stallion of his licensing. He descends, like our foundation sire Casiro, from the Holstein dam line 318 D1. With its former World Champions and European Champions second Cumano (Jos Lansink/BEL) and Derby winner Boy (Eddi Macken/IRL), this dam line is one of the most prosperous of the Holstein breeding. Quinta Real sired the licensed Quintador (out of Laskaja by Landor S), that won international 1.55 m shows with Greta Matienzo, and the eventing horse Quinta Essentia (Vanessa Bölting, winner CIC**) and further internationally successful show jumpers.
Comme Prévu descends from the Westphalian dam line 392, that also brought the internationally (1.45 m) successful Lausbub by Lauterbach (by Landor S), as well as the 1.50 m successful Coralie by Cornet Obolenksy (Siebe Kramer/NED). Portofino 19 (dressage) by Portofino, Amsel 64 (1.40 m) by Aar and Gracioso 8 (international dressage) by Grundstein I are further sport horses from this dame line. Licensed stallions of this family are a’Lee Spring Power by Argentinus, Gralserbe Ldb. by Gralshüter, Grannox Pb. by Grannus, Prosario Ldb. by Pinocchio and Zeppelin Ldb by Zeus.
Westphalia, Hanover, Oldenburg-International, Southern German Breeding Associations, other breeding associations on demand
The first crop of the Westphalian premium stallion Comme Prévu by Comme il faut inspired the jumping breeders. The Oldenburg breeding director, Dr. Wolfgang Schulze-Schleppinghoff, described the foals as very attractive types, who moved very well through the body and had a good carrying moment. Comme Prévu's inheritance was a great example for modern jumping horse breeding, he summarized.
Number 68 was selected as the best first foal by Comme Prévu. The colt out of Lady Heida II by Landor S x Contender was bred by us and is a brother of the successful sport horses Cador, Cadora, Lady Cadora OLD and Diamant de Landor.
Number 62, a colt by Comme Prévu out of Heidedank by Lordanos x Landadel became runner-up. This foal is also bred by us.
Number 59, a colt by Comme Prévu out of a dam by Chatender x Calando, was placed on the third position. The foal was bred by Martin Simonsmeyer from Kalletal.