Registered Name: Obi Wan B
Color/Markings: Brown, small star, hind coronet bands
Height: 16.3 hh
Date of Birth: 3/29/2014
Country of Birth: USA
Breeder: Bannockburn Farm LLC
Year Licensed: 2018 Provisional
Stud Fee: Contact Stallion Owner
Fresh/Frozen: Frozen Only, analysis available
EVA Status: Negative
Standing At: Coruscant Stables
Telephone Number: 603-369-0499
Owner of Record: Christina Parker/Coruscant Stables
Bio and Performance Record:
Obi Wan B is currently the only breeding stallion by Nabab de Reve out of a Jus de Pomme mother in the world. Obi Wan B was purchased by Coruscant Stables as a foal from breeder, Allyn McCracken of Bannockburn Farm LLC. He has an amateur-friendly temperament and is currently being developed in the young jumpers and shows tremendous scope, ability and ride-ability.
Obi Wan B’s sire, Nabab de Reve was a top young horse in Belgium and continued to a successful career with Philippe Le Jeune in Nations Cup competitions, the European Championships in 2001, and the 2002 WEG. In 2002, he was Belgian Horse of the Year. He has continued to rank in the top 20 WBFSH Show Jumping Sires for several years running. He has produced several 1.60m show jumping horses including: Exquis Walnut de Muze (Harrie Smolders), Vigo d’Arsouilles (Philippe Le Jeune), Glock’s London (Gerco Schröder), Werly Chin de Muze (Angelie von Esse, Richard Davenport), and Kashmir van Shuttershof (Philippe Le Jeune) among others.
Obi’s dam Montana, was by 1996 Individual and Team Gold Medalist, Jus de Pomme. Montana has produced several top level Show Jumpers and another approved son, Cielo B. Montana has stamped her offspring with lots of scope and power. Jus de Pomme, even though his career was cut short, produced over a dozen 1.60m offspring and many more at the 1.45m+ level. His most prominent offspring include: Play On (Beezie Madden), O de Pommes (Karina Johannpeter, Stanny Van Paesschen), Harry Potter (Peter Wylde, John Pearce), Jarnac de la Bonette (David Jobertie), Jumpy des Fontaines (Harrie Smolders), and Perhaps van Molenvondel (Stefan Corten).
Obi was provisionally approved with the BWP/NAD in 2018. The judge commented: “Good conformation of topline and rectangluar frame; good impulsion from hind quarter, jump shows a lot of scope and power in take off, and a great stallion expression.”