Coruscant
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Coruscant

2013 Reserve Champion Holsteiner Verband Stallion
Coruscant was purchased at the 2013 Holsteiner Verband Annual Stallion Approval and Auction where he was awarded Reserve Champion. Coruscant stayed in Germany for 2014 and completed his 70-stallion test at the Holsteiner Verband. He received high scores (9s) for rideability and temperament.

Judge’s comments from the Holsteiner Verband Stallion Approval:

“An enormously nice type of Holsteiner stallion that increased his presence at every performance. The classical presence of this Connor son since his first selection has taken an incredibly positive development so the he presented himself as a perfect type.
The correct conformation gives him a beautiful physical appearance. His movement shows the suppleness of his gaits and his good interior. The walk is exceptional, the trot and canter show great elasticity and the stallion shows a natural talent over the jumps.
He responds with great confidence around his environment and confirmed the quality of his mare stamm 569. The stamm of the stallion Quintero, Lamour and Akinos.”

Coruscant’s sire Connor is by the famed stallion Casall Ask out of the full sister to Corrado I (by Cor de la Bryere). Connor has jumped at 1.45m and has seven approved sons for the following Studbooks: Holsteiner Verband, Mecklenburg, Oldenburg Gov and Zangersheide.

Coruscant’s grandmother Lamina I (by Sir Shostakovich XX) competed at the CIC*** International level with InkenGrafin Von Platen Hallermund. Half brother to Lamina, Chap (by Clearway) jumped at the 1.40m level. Full brother to the great grandmother Galuta is Crunchy Nut (by Corrado I) who jumped 1.50m.

This stam 569 has also produced the following stallions: Liguster (by Landsturm), Nocturn (by Ladykiller xx), Lamour (by Ladykiller xx ) and the 1.60m horses, Quinara Z (by Quinar) and Caliber (by Cassini I).

Mandy Porter will be competing him in 2017.

Pedigree

Connor
Zornmutige
Casall
Korrada S
Cristo
Lamina 7
Caretino
Kira XVII
Cor de la Bryere
Soleil
Contender
Gala II
Sir Shostakovich
Galuta

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