Perfect for raising modern
He arrives in France at the best time, his test on young international horses
Year of birth 2010 (11 years old): 28 horses out of 33 run in 140cm and more, i.e. 84% : a record
Year of birth 2011 (10 years): 18 horses out of 31 run in 140 and +, i.e. 58%
Year of birth 2012 (9 years): 9 horses out of 15 run in 140 and +, i.e. 60%
This test is absolutely unique.
Ludger Beerbaum knows that the French appreciate age-tested stallions that perform well in competition.
With COLESTUS he spoiled the French breeders for this year 2022, we thank him for it.
Now let's talk about his horse crack COLESTUS:
Colestus was first ridden by Philipp Schoder and Marcus Doring, with whom he won twenty-five times the tests for young horses.
In 2012, he won the Wesphalian championship for 6-year-old horses then after two clear qualifiers, he finished eighth in the German championship and was a finalist in the world championship in Lanaken.
In 2013, Colestus accumulated first places in international events in the Yougster-Tour in Hanover, The Hague, Bâlve. He is a Silver medalist in the very successful German 7-year-old Championship.
A pivotal year for Colsteus, 2014 saw him join the most prestigious German team in Riesenbeck at Ludger Beerbaum.
Then begins his ascent to the highest level:
At Only 8 years old, the gray stallion wins a 160 class in Paris with Marco Kütcher then with Ludger Beerbaum, he ranks in 5 other 150 classes in the biggest 5 * competitions: Paris, Verona, Aachen, Hamburg, Stuttgart Madrid.
8 years old is also the age at which the stallion participates in his first World Cup Grand Prix in Madrid with Ludger Beerbaum.
In 2015, he was regularly classified under the saddle of Ludger Beerbaum in 160 (2nd in Paris) and 150. Madeleine Winter-Schultze, patron of the Beerbaum stables, acquired him and followed the stallion's finest victories. :
9° 2018 CSI5 * -W: WC - Stuttgart (GER) (1.65m)
2° 2015 CSI5 * Paris (FRA) (1.60m)
3° 2017 CSI4 * GP - Dortmund (GER) (1.60m)
3° 2019 CSI5 * GCT / GCL - Shanghai (CHN) (1.60m)
5° 2017 CSI5 * GCT / GCL - Monte Carlo (MON) (1.60m)
6° 2018 CSI5 * -W - La Coruña (ESP) (1.60m)
6° 2017 CSI4 * Grand Prix - Hagen (GER) (1.60m)
7° 2017 CSI3 * -W World Cup - Poznan (POL) (1.60m)
7° 2015 CSI5 * Grand Prix - Hong Kong (HKG) (1.60m)
7° 2019 CSI5 * GCT / Shanghai (CHN) (1.60m)
The production of his father Cornet Obolensky outrageously dominates the world circuit. In the years 2005, he covered nearly 500 mares per season.
On the maternal side, the strain is rich in excellent direct line stallions: Stakatto, Pilot, Durchlaucht. Spice Girl is also the dam of S class winners and Mr. De Pépita, his grandmother, is from the stallions Harry Potter (Holland), Wessex, Cornet Cocconuts, all winners in S Class in Germany.
What Ludger Beerbaum thinks:
“Marco Kütcher rode Colestus in my stables before I rode him, so I had a very good idea of the qualities of the stallion.
He's adorable, my bellboys are fans of him.
He doesn't have a “macho” character and on bars he is particularly vigilant and elastic.
These qualities are essential for
practice the high level for a long time. ”
What BLH thinks:
On his arrival from Germany, his descent from the truck will remain engraved in the memories of even the oldest, Colestus inflates the muscles and it is undoubtedly the most beautiful horse that we have seen at Servas: A superbly drawn colossus, a strong back, an incredibly muscular hock. Energy totally under control… the stallion seems confident.
Cornet Obolensky x Stakkato
Semen type IAF - IAR
year of birth 2006
Size ? cm
Birth studbook: WEST
Approval studbook SF, Z, bay, Holst,…
IAF (Center de Châtenay) - IAR
FT guaranteed PV + 1500 € ttcPV
FT guaranteed PV + 1350 € ttc at 1/10 GPV
WHAT WE LOVE ...
COLESTUS has a perfect bar style, a model when it comes to speed of execution.
The stallion is tall but he is flexible, always in balance.
You can therefore entrust him with either small mares, or stiff mares or mares with a perfectible gesture (especially in front).
Few mares could not suit her except those that are too large.