Owner: Szentirmai Ferenc and Fabiancsicshorses Kft.
Comero is a Westphalian horse by Comme Il Faut born in 2017 (maternal grandsire: Numero Uno). He was given a breeding license in Germany in November 2019 then a public breeding license at the MSLT (Hungarian Sport Horse Breeders) stallion test in February 2020. His first foals were born in 2021. This remarkably attractive stallion, featuring excellent movement, has won over many breeders who frequently choose him for breeding with their fillies both in Hungary and abroad.
His sire, Comme Il Faut descends from the legendary Cornet Obolensky and history’s best jumping filly, Ratina Z. Thanks to this, the horse has everything that the sport requires such as power, technique and ability. Of his ancestry, six out of seven colts in the first three generations competed at international Grand Prix level. As a 5-year-old, Comme Il Faut was placed 2nd at the 2010 World Championship for Young Horses in Lanaken then, early in his career, he would successfully compete in his age group, eventually jumping at Grand Prix level after just one season. In the following years he was placed a number of times, of which the most notable results were the 2016 Madrid World Cup victory, the 2017 Grand Prix victory at Paderborn, winning the 2018 Nations Cup final, then winning the 2019 Nations Cup round in Hickstead with Marcus Ehning. Among his offspring are licensed stallions such as Comilfo Plus Z who competes with Christian Ahlman.
Comero’s maternal grandsire, Numero Uno, is an internationally renowned horse who has proved more than once that he is one of the exceptional sires in modern horse breeding. In recognition of this, he was granted the status of ‘keur’ from KWPN’s board, which is only awarded to stallions with a rating of at least 140 and a reliability of 85% if they have offspring competing at Grand Prix level. At the performance test he was rated excellent, receiving 9 out of 10 points for his gallop, 8.5 points on average for jumping tasks and an additional 9 points for his explosive jump-offs. During his sporting career he competed with Marco Kutscher, achieving more than 25 wins and placings.
Insemination: artificial, fresh and frozen semen
Standing at National Riding Hall, Budapest
Stud fee: EUR 400 + VAT