This promising young stallion is the ultimate definition of modern and chic. Being ridden by his owner, Lorraine Kitzing, Lorraine has determined to bring him on slowly and correctly. He demonstrates a top attitude in the box and under saddle and has exceptional suppleness throughout his body and gaits.
His sire, Fürstenball is the Line Founder of contemporary dressage horse breeding!
Breeding Value Scores (Han): Dressage a young horse (154) The highest level attained (147) Jumping Young Horse (86)
Riding Style (165) Conformation (121) (121) Dressage (141) (141) Jumping (89) (89)
Fürstenball’s descendants are always amongst the finest. He has sired 90 licensed stallions, approximately 170 premium mares, and over 80 horses successful at advanced (S) level, led by Heiline’s Danciera/Carina Casse Krüth/DEN, who finished fourth by team and seventh individually at the Olympics, as well as five German Champions, including Feine Bella, who was also unbeatable in the Westphalian Championships and at her mare show, and numerous fantastic auction horses, including Fürst Bayram OLD/ /Frederic Wandres, 1.7 million Euro P.S.I. Auction 2021 price phenom, reigning Oldenburg Regional Champion, and tenth at the German Championships for young dressage horses.
Torveslettens Fifty-Fifty/Ekaterina Podlytkina/RUS, Friesen Ball/Andrea Timpe/GER, Filigrano Marone/Thomas Wagner/GER, who finished eleventh in the Louisdor Prize final, Four Seasons FRH/Alexa Westendarp/GER, who won the European Young Riders Championship twice, and First Class/Maike Mende/GER, who won the Oldenburg Derby Dressage Cup, already competing at Grand Prix. Frau Holle won silver with Jana Schrödter in the German Young Riders Championship and competed in the Burg Cup final. ZINQ Farlana FH won the German Junior Championships bronze medal with Lucie-Anouk Baumgürtel and the International Tour in Le Mans/FRA. Fürst Sinclair/Elke Philipp/GER finished fourth in the para-equestrian dressage World Championships in Tryon, USA, and fourth at the European Championships in Rotterdam, Netherlands.
Fior (German and Regional Champion, as well as a World Championships finalist for young dressage horses), Festina PS (German Champion and Vice Regional Champion), Feingefühl (German and Regional Champion, as well as Hanoverian Reserve Champion Mare), Fiesta Danza OLD (Oldenburg Champion Mare, silver and bronze medal winner at the German Championships, and two time Regional Champion), Fürstano B (DSP Vice Youngster Champion 7-9y.o (Reserve Champion Mare, Regional Champion and German Vice Champion).
His grandsire Fürst Heinrich was Champion Stallion in 2001, the primary premium winner in 2002, the World Champion of five-year-old dressage horses in 2003, and the sire of more than 50 licensed stallions. Over 70 of his descendants have achieved success at the advanced (S) and Grand Prix levels.
Because he is line bred to the dressage superstar Donnerhall, Fürstenball’s pedigree benefits from an influx of blood farther down the lineage with Holstein and thoroughbred qualities.
Hot Spot, Silver Black OLD, Daktylius OLD, Sir of Freedom, and Fideel are all licensed stallions descended from Fürstenball’s French mother line, as is Oldenburg Champion Stallion and Grand Prix winner Sieger Hit.
His damsire, Temptation is a top contemporary dressage horse with excellent conformation and a sophisticated expression. Temptation’s intriguing Dutch ancestry adds fresh genetics to Danish horse breeding. His exceptional grace is a characteristic of his KWPN and Oldenburg-approved sire Tuschinski. Tuschinski is the son of worldwide Grand Prix stallion Krack C, who was competing well under the world’s most successful dressage rider, Anky van Grunsven. Temptation’s dam Nora is also the dam of the Grand Prix horse Tamara, and his grand dam has produced numerous high-level dressage horses.
Temptation won the Danish and Norwegian Dressage Championships for 4-year-olds in 2009. Temptation was named Elite stallion in 2015.
The progeny of Temptation are extremely successful. In 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, and 2015, he father various champion foals in Denmark and Sweden. A colt by Temptation was licensed at the 2011 Oldenburg stallion licensing and later sold at auction for a remarkable 800,000 euro. Five colts by Temptation were presented at the Danish Warmblood stallion licensing in 2012. He sired the Danish Warmblood elite show’s 3-year-old dressage champion mare in 2012, 2013, and 2015. His son Hove’s Teminator was approved in Danish Warmblod in 2016.