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Grey, born 2011, 16.7 hands
Authorised for: Oldenburg, Oldenburg International, Westfalen and Rheinland, as well as for all South German breeding associations and the new federal states.
Stud fee 650 € fresh semen
Breeder:  Alois Eder, Weibhausen

Coupex became a premium stallion and a top jumper. This makes him the second jumping champion to come home to us. Coupex was distinguished by his outstanding gait and enormous jumping ability. The judge named the stallion an exceptional horse with outstanding movement and limitless ability.
His father, Coupe de Coeur – is a guarantee for breeding and sport whose breeding path resulted from his sporting successes.
This Calido I son stands for the highest standard of reliability. As such, he became German champion in 2006 and 2007 under Rene Tebbel. He repeated this success in 2011, this time with Ludger Beerbaum in the saddle.
Coupe de Coeurs current athletic highlight is hands-down participation in the European championships in Madrid with Henrik von Eckermann, where the duo just missed the medal rankings in 5th place. With this success, he was also the best stallion at the 2011 European championship.
Noblesse, the mother of Coupex, was the runner-up champion mare at the 2002 Holstein state fair. In 2013, Nobless achieved her first national premier mare title. She completed her Stutleistung assessments with scores of 8.0 and 9.0.
The Holstein line 7126, which leads directly to Coupex, can be called “the measure of all things”. Many major stallions, mares and athletes have come from this well-known line, such as top sires Acord I-III, Acrobat I-III, Athletico, Burggraf, to name just a few. Coupex is assured through champion sires Acord, Caletto and Athlet Z.
The blood of Exorbitant is present in the maternal line of several international horses.
His father, Final Straw XX, is the half-brother of Celler Landbeschäler's Prince Thatch XX. In his first stud years, Exorbitant XX issued numerous premier foals in breeding at Trakehn as well as in Holstein and Hannover. The offspring have been successful in riding sports up to the Grand Prix level.

Of all the private breeders, with the exception of Barnaul, most of Exorbitant's offspring placed in 1994 at the Fohlenbrennen: Three sons and eight daughters ranked with the coveted prize.


Coupe de Coeur

Calido I


Baroness VII




Noblesse VI

Exorbitant xx

Final Straw xx

Fee III xx

Inez I

Acord II

Escada III

Line 7126
Linton,  v. Lican u. Merlis v. Calido I-Ahorn Z,  
Acobat I,  v. Athlet Z u. Tschita v. Capitol I-Calypso I, 
Acobat II, v. Athlet Z-Capitol I-Calypso I,  
Acobat III, , v. Athlet Z-Capitol I-Calypso I,  
Acord I,  v. Ahorn Z u. Ribecka v. Calypso I-Lancaster,  

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