Photo: Nicole Marin

Registered Name: Toscane’s Coronet
Sire: Cornet Obolensky
Dam Sire: Cavalier
BWP NUMBER: 056-002-U09707284
Height: 16.1
Date of Birth: April 24, 2019
Country of Birth: USA
Breeder: Takoda Farm
Year Licensed:2022 Provisional
Stud Fee: n/a
Booking Fee: n/a
Shipped Semen: n/a
EVA Status: 
Standing At: Takoda Farm
Contact: Kate MacPhail
Owner of Record: Lisa O’Conor

Bio and Performance Record: Cornet’s Toscane is by the legendary BWP Ambassador Stallion, Cornet Obolensky, who under Marco Kutscher, had an illustrious show jumping career including; 1st CSIO5* 2012 Rotterdam (NED) (1.60m); 1st CSIO5* 2008 Barcelona (ESP) (1.60m); 2nd CSIO5* 2012 Aachen (GER) (1.60m); 2nd CSI5*-W 2009 Bordeaux (FRA) (1.60m); 4th CSI5* GCT 2012 Valkenswaard (NED) (1.60m). As a sire, Cornet Obolensky has produced some top competitors including Clooney (Ferragamo), Comme il Faut (Ramiro), Cornado NRW (Acobat) and Balou du Reventon.

Cornet Obolensky was from Clinton’s first crop of foals. His dam, Rabanna van Costersveld was an advanced showjumper in Britain, and her sire Heartbreaker is one of the most successful sons of Nimmerdor. Rabanna van Costersveld is the half-sister to the BWP stallion, Vivaldo van Costerfeld (by Clinton) who sold for €150,000 in the Fences auctions, and competed successfully with Roger Yves Bost winning 1.45 classes at Stuttgart and Dublin, 1.50 classes at Bordeaux, Paris and Goteborg, and a Grand Prix at Arezzo in the 2013 season.The dam of Rabanna and Vivaldo, Holivea van Costersveld was herself an advanced showjumper and also produced the international competitor, Querido (by Feinschnitt I). 

Toscane’s Coronet’s dam, Toscane R, is a BWP Elite Mare. Toscane R jumped up to 1.50m with top rider, Darragh Kerins, and top placings at 1.45m level including several Grand Prix placings and a Grand Prix win. Her full sister, Sanne R, jumped to 1.55m with Thibault Hutin. Her damline is full of 1.45-1.50m competitors. Toscane R is also the dam of BWP/NAD Approved Stallion, Nstant Replay TF (Amaretto D’Arco).