Cornet's Darco

Semen Price

Excl. VAT: £695.65 Incl. VAT: £834.78

+ Chilled Courier & Health Papers

Excl. VAT: £110.00 Incl. VAT: £132.00

Stallion who has Olympic stars throughout his bloodlines. 

Cornet Obolensky Clinton Corrado I
Urte I
Rabanna van Costersveld Heartbreaker
Dark Chocolate Maxx Darco Lugano
Cel' est Z Chin Chin
Thiara d'Ive

Terms - €800+VAT allowing unlimited attempts with chilled semen within the season on one named mare in one breeding season. If the mare is certified not pregnant before the end of September then a 50% credit applies the following year to spend on any stallion from the same stud. If the first AI of the year is July 1st or later, the credit the following year is 100%.

Please note: Schockemöhle prioritise mares on site in Germany for chilled semen from their stallions, so popular stallions may be unavailable in the peak of the season with no notice. We advise that you also have a second-choice stallion in mind also standing at Schockemöhle, in case your first-choice stallion cannot be supplied. 



About & Performance - At his licensing in Vechta, he demonstrated a flawless performance. Cornet's Darco amazed the licensing committee and the professional audience alike. He jumped with a remarkable serenity and mastered every height without fail. He can be described as a modern athlete, who has all conceivable qualities for today's technically demanding and fast show-jumping courses.

Sire - There is no questioning where this young stallion gained his impreccable technique from when his sire is one of the top stallions in both breeding sporting alike. Cornet Obolensky, ranked 5th in the WBFSH world ranking list of the best jumping sires in 2019, produced countless show-jumping stars, above all the reigning European Champion Clooney/Martin Fuchs/SUI, the team Vice European Champion Comme il faut/Marcus Ehning and the winner of the Nation Cup final Balou du Reventon/Darragh Kenny/IRL. 

DamlineThe dam sire Darco was placed in Grand Prix, Nations’ Cups and show-jumping World Cups with Ludo Philippaerts/BEL and was placed seventh in the Olympic Games in Barcelona/ESP.

Chin Chin, who appears in the third generation, won five World Cup competitions in 1988 and finished sixth individually at the Olympic Games in Seoul/COR.

Additional Information

Additional Information

Chilled/Frozen Chilled only
Stud Deckstation Schockemohle
WFFS status Clear (N/N)
Studbook Oldenburg
Approved for Hanoverian, Oldenburg, Rheinland, Westfalen
Year of Birth 2017
Colour Grey
Height 169cm