Coretto, the dark but shining athlete, has everything he needs to get to the highest level. A modern type, intelligence and unlimited scope, everything is put perfectly together in this gorgeous talent. Coretto is the suitable offer for every professional aiming to make it to to the top.
Coretto’s sire Cornet Obolensky won the gold medal with the German team at the European Championships in Madrid in 2011 with Marco Kutscher in the saddle. The Belgian stallion who started his career in Westphalia has effectively left his mark on all European breedings. For more than a decade he’s been one of the most popular stallions throughout the world. Coretto’s dam Friederike II is a Holstein-bred daughter of the impressive stallion Corrado I. As Corrado is also the grandsire of Cornet Obolensky, there’s an interesting linebreeding in the first generations. Corrado has produced many cracks such as Cornet Obolensky’s sire Clinton, the individual fourth at the Olympic games in Athens in 2004 with Dirk Demeersman (BEL), but also the exceptional Corradina ridden by German rider Carsten-Otto Nagel. In the following generations of Coretto’s pedigree you find two stallions going back to the legendary French stallion Almé Z, Almoretto and Aljano. Both of them are known for passing on a good rideability to their offsprings. Coretto is representing the famous Holsteiner lineage 162, the family of important stallions like Carthago, Canturo or Nonstop.