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Embryo 1 (Baloubet du Rouet x Cornet Obolensky)

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Baloubet du Rouet was the only horse that was 3 times a World Champion. On top, he won a gold medal at the Athens Olympic Games under the saddle of Rodrigo Pessoa! But also as a sire he was of important value with progeny like Balou du Rouet, Bonne Chance CW, Querlybet Hero, VDL Bubalu, Palloubet d’Halong, West-Side van de Meerputhoeve, Sydney Une Prince and many others.

Dam Cordiana Hero Z is a half-sister of Tinkoucha Hero Z who was auctioned at the Woodland's International Sales in 2015. In the meanwhile, this 8-year-old daughter of Tinka's Boy jumped successfully in the CSI2* Grand Prix's of Zandhoven and Knokke while she was a finalist at the World Championships for 6 year old horses in Lanaken! Two other known half sisters of dam Cordiana Hero Z are Alana and Attoucha Hero Z. These 6-year-old daughters by Aganix du Seigneur Z already jumped to an impressive list of honors with their rider Melanie Gelin. They already claimed all the prizes in Lanaken, Lier, Valkenswaard, Opglabbeek and Bonheiden. Half-brother Kastello van 't Roosakker also shows a lot of quality: this 8-year-old son is regularly placed at 1m45 level and recently moved to the stables of the German Kathrin Stolmeijer.

Granddam Gatoucha van 't Roosakker jumped at 1m50 level under the saddle of Michael Korompis and is a daughter of Atoucha van 't Roosakker. This Atoucha is the dam of Electra van 't Roosakker, who jumped at the highest level with both Janika Sprunger and Jos Lansink, and Falco van' t Roosakker, who finished second under the saddle of Jérôme Guery in the CSI3* Grand Prix of Sint-Katelijne Waver. And then we haven't even talked about Horpleasure van 't Roosakker, who already jumped World Cups with the Algerian Manon Hebette, Kerswin van' t Roosakker, the World Champion for 5-year-old horses under the saddle of Doron Kuipers, and Cycle winner Kassander van het t Roosakker...

— World Champion Baloubet du Rouet combined with the Roosakker damline!


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