Certus- Caprilli x Pik Bube I
Diamond Hit- Don Schufro x Ramino
Diamond Hit’s abilities as a sire are also outstanding. He has produced 44 licensed stallions, 13 States Premium Mares/Candidates, and 18 dressage horses competing at the highest S Level in Germany.
Diamond Hit’s sire, Don Schufro, is an exceptional dressage stallion who, under Andreas Helgestrand, participated in the 2004 Olympic Games after having a great deal of international success at Grand Prix.
Diamond Hit’s remarkable 25 year old dam, El.St. Loretta, produced the legendary dressage sire, Sandro Hit, and the Premium stallion, Royal Hit. Her damsire, Welt As, was also the sire of Bonfire who, under Anky van Grunsven, was one of the most successful dressage horses in history.
With Emma Hindle of Great Britain, Diamond Hit achieved 16 placings at Grand Prix and qualified for the 2008 Olympic Games. Diamond Hit is the sire of our Diamond Days!
Certus is a 1992 Oldenburg stallion who was very successful in dressage up to Grand Prix. His grandmother, Ninette is the direct parent of the successful dressage stallion Donnerhall. The descendants of Certus are already very successful in dressage and show jumping classes. At the stallion performance test he received a score of 130 points, and three times he got the perfect score of 10.
Certus descends from Ninette, the dam of Donnerhall. He is very talanted for both diciplines, dressage and jumping.
Certus is the sire of our Hanoverian mare Cindy!
Stallions we have used in our program, and the sires of our Broodmares.
Buckingham- Bordeaux x Rousseau
A sportsman from head to toe that´s how Buckingham presented himself at the licensing in Vechta in 2013.
Under the saddle he thoroughly accomplished the expectations and it was no surprise that he became the best dressage horse of his stallion performance test with a breeding value of 154 for dressage. His three fantastic basic gaits and his constant willingness to perform were rated with outstanding grades and the test riders were absolutely delighted: he got a 9,5 for his rideability.
This sportiness is no coincidence. Buckingham´s father Bordeaux was placed 4th at the World Championships of Young Dressage Horses with Eva Möller. And the dam´s sire Rousseau came second in these Championships in 2003 as well.
Scores at Buckingham’s performance test were very impressive:
Willingness to Work: 9.0
Final Interior Score: 9.0
Trot: 9.0, 8.5, 9.0
Gallop: 9.5, 9.0, 9.25
Walk: 9.0, 8.0, 8.5
Work over terrain: 8.25, 8.0, 8.13
Rideability: 9.0, 9.50, 9.25
Jumping: 7.50, 7.33. Free Jumping: 7.50
We are expecting a Buckingham foal in 2017, from our mare Cindy.
Dante Weltino, was acclaimed Reserve Champion of the Oldenburg licensing 2009. He has three outstanding gaits and shows great balance on the lunge,with excellent elasticity, coupled with tremendous acceleration. In 2012 he qualified for the Bundeschampionat, and was also approved by the Hanoverian Verband.
The father Danone I was winner of the Swedish licensing in Flyinge, qualified for the National Championships in 2006 and was in the final of the World Championships for six year old dressage horses ( see separate stallion page) . Meanwhile, he recorded successes in S-dressage. His descendants achieved top prices at auctions. Three sons were licensed in 2009, including the 2nd most expensive stallion at the Hanoverian licensing ( 320,000 €). Danone I also produced a performance test winner, Dankeschon. The mother Rihanna received the state premium. Grandfather De Niro has this year become no. 1 on the WBFSH list.
Dam sire, Welt Hit II, until his recent death stationed in the Netherlands, was victorious to Inter I. In the WBFSH list of world's best dressage stallions, he currently ranks 9th. The grandmother Verb.Pr.St. Riconess produced the jumping-national champion and winner Badenia Lumos (v. Lordanos) and the Brillantring and Dressage World Cup participant St.Pr.A. Riwera OLD (by Welt Hit II) - a full sister to Rihanna.
From the great-grandmother Ricarda is the Oldenburg Champion Mare St.Pr. / El.St. Riconda (by Contender)
Dante Weltino will not throw a chestnut - he is homozygous for dark coats.
In 2016, Dante Weltino qualified for the Olympic games in Rio.
We are expecting a Dante Weltino foal in 2017 + 2018
from our mare Diamond Days.
Dante Weltino- Danone I x Welt Hit II
Finest - Furstenball x Wie Weltmeyer
Finest has captivating charm, and impeccable symmetry, that allowed him to excel in the 30-day test in Münster in a very strong field, reaching maximum grades (9.63 interior, rideability and 9.25 overall grade 8.58) an excellent breed value of 138 points.
His sire, Fürstenball, is already in the young age milestones - he himself was the proud winner at the stallion Liscensing, performance test winner, National Champion of the 5 year old dressage horses in 2011 and confirmed the following year in 2012 his quality with high rankings in the state and national championships as well as at the World Cup the six year old dressage horses. In addition, highly successful descendants (Champion Stallion and price spike OL-Approved 2012 champion foal at the German Foal Championships Lienen, top foals on various auction sites) shine in all these years. The Dam, As Princess of the Trakehner family of fibber brought the first foal PB St.Moritz junior to the world (premium stallion performance test Reserve Champion u. Qualified for the BC of the 4-year-old stallions), this was followed by a full sister to this (St. .Pr.St. Samoa, also in the desired black color with Stored mare performance test mean score of 8.5) and then saw this beautiful black colt by Fürstenball the light of day. From this strain, 30 licensed stallions, mares and countless numerous elite premium foals have already emerged.
Finest had the most sons selected for the 2017 Hanoverian stallion licensing(9), where one of his sons achieved the second highest price of 360,000 euros.
We are expecting a Finest foal from Cindy in 2018!