Oldenburger Breeding & Sport 1-21

46 OL D - WOR L D O L D E N B U RG WO R L D Photos: Bronkhorst (1), Lafrentz (2), Rodrigues (1), Stickle (1) SW I T Z E R L A ND Oldenburg school master: The strikingly marked Oldenburg jumper Cornet, born 2004, by Cornet Obolensky out of Ce- line by Caletto I - Lombard, bred by Sabine Sternnagel-Boett- ger, Aschheim, owned by Lou Puch, Switzerland, has already jumped under a number of riders at top international level: Irma Karlsson, SWE, Lauren Hough, USA, and later Dan- iel Deußer. Cornet has now moved into the stable of Paralympic Games gold medallist, Pepo Puch.The meanwhile 17-year-old gelding is to become a schoolmaster for his daughter Lou, who trains with Thomas Fuchs. UK Success with the S-line: Bred in the Neth- erlands and victorious under the Brit- ish flag: Sintano van Hof Olympia, born 2010, by Sandro Hit out of Siltana van Hof Olympia by Silvano - Calypso III - Latano - Carneval, bred by Hof Olympia, Nether- lands, owned by Gareth Hughes and Judy Firmston Williams, Great Britain, is convinc- ing at Grand Prix level and has piaffed his way into the British elite squad with Gareth Hughes. NORWAY From the Finnländerin dam line: llen Birgitte Farbrot is the number one in Norway. Her partner is the Oldenburg Tai- lormade Red Rebel, born 2005, by Romanov Blue Hors out of Fabina by Donnerhall - Pik Bube I, bred by Blue Hors Aps, Den- mark, owned by Tailormade Horses Aps, Denmark, with which she achieves top marks in Grand Prix. His dam Fabina was the 2003 OL Champion Mare and is the sister of the Olympian Don Schufro by Donnerhall under Andreas Helgstrand. U S A An American fairytale:An Oldenburg American conquers USA: Donatella M, born 2011, by Fürstenball out of Jamaica by Jazz Time - Latimer/Trak. - Carprilli - Argentinus - Weltmeister - Zeus, bred by Marne Martin-Tucker, USA, ownend by Alice Tarjan, USA, won Grand Prix competitions for young horses in Wellington in series under Alice Tarjan. Dam Jamaica was sold as an auction horse at the special auction in the USA in 2008. SWITZERLAND