2016 | RPSI (Silver Premium) | Coronet D’Honneur / Consul / Kenner
Contessa FMB is a 2016 Silver Premium Rheinland Pfalz-Saar International (RPSI) filly by Coronet d’Honneur out of a Consul / Kenner mare. Contessa is an outstanding mover with exceptional power from behind and freedom of the shoulder. The Judge considered her to be the best mover of the inspection.
Elegant, friendly, and brave, Contessa is a horse for the top levels of dressage and has a ton of potential in the Jumper ring with her excellent Grand Prix Jumper bloodlines. Exceptionally versatile, Contessa would be a super addition to any breeding program after enjoying a sport career. Contessa is sold.
Contessa’s sire, Coronet D’Honneur, is a 2010, 16.3hh, RPSI approved Bavarian Warmblood stallion. He’s by Comme il faut (Coronet Obolensky x St.Pr.St. Ratina Z,) out of Dorina (Dinard x St.Pr.St. Paola/Pilot.) “Honor” was the Reserve Champion Jumping Stallion at the 2013 South German Keuring in Munich, and stood at the Zweibrucken State Stud for the 2013 breeding season, while preparing for his 70 Day Stallion Test. His first foal crop was impressive, producing Premium foals, as well as the Site Champion at one of the largest inspections in South Germany.
He completed his 70 Day Test at Marbach, Germany in the Fall of 2014 with exceptional comments, and 9’s in all the Jumping and Temperment scores. He was 2nd overall in Jumping, out of over 20 stallions. He has an incredibly kind disposition, and brings scope and bloodlines previously unavailable to North America. He will prove to be an interesting new option for hunter breeders, as he also has the movement that will win the flat classes, coupled with the athleticism to produce Derby and big ring hunters.
Contessa’s dam sire, Consul, was one of the leading sires at Iron Spring Farm and known for producing remarkable athletes for every discipline. Consul was imported to the USA in 1988. He began a successful dressage career, which included a CBLM 1st Level Championship with Mrs. Malone, and continued up the national levels with more than 22 victories at 4th Level dressage. He had a dual career as a prolific breeding stallion, siring over 508 horses registered with the KWPN-NA, currently the highest of any stallion. More than 370 of those offspring are also recorded as show horses with the USEF. Many of his sons and daughters inherit his beautiful white markings.
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