|Fürstenball||Fürst Heinrich||Florestan I|
|De Luxe||Don Crusador||Don Bosco|
Oldenburg, Hanover, Mecklenburg, Rhineland, Westphalia, Southern German Stud Books
Exclusive-typed young dressage stallion with fascinating paces. For Cruise amazes with his first-class temperament, his good character and his proverbial rideability. He completed his 14-day-test in 2016 in Schlieckau. With Fürstenball, For Cruise has one of the most currently successful and sought-after stallions in Germany as a sire, who was able to build an exceptional bridge between his own successes (including licensing champion, German national champion, VTV Stallion of the Year) and convincing offspring. On all fronts his progeny are successful; the most recent highlight was producing the champion and reserve champion of the 2016 Oldenburg licensing. Dam-sire Don Crusador was the 2000 licensing champion in Verden. The typey black stallion has proven himself to be an extraordinarily good sire and was victorious in dressage competitions at S level. His licensed son Dark Knight was the 2009 German national champion in Warendorf and top price of the Verden autumn auction. The black Weltruhm in the third generation counts among the most distinguished sons of the great Weltmeyer. With the versatile producer Sherlock Holmes and Eiger I (Hanoverian Stallion of the Year 1999), high-performance stallions also stand in the earlier generations. In total, a high concentration of black blood can be found.
For Cruise stems from the Hanoverian mare family 395/Felsentor (v. Flettner-Kirkland-Colorado-Honorius etc.), which produced 32 licensed stallions, including Agent (DK), Airport, Archipel and Provider (Ldb./state stud Celle), Cashman, De Champ, Donavan (USA), Donnerruf (Ldb./state stuf Warendorf), Formidabel H, Gigolo van Paemel (BEL) and Wotan (Ldb./state stud Dillenburg) as well as C’est la Vie G (winner of the Oldenburg elite mare show 1997) and the internationally successful dressage horse La Boom/Juliane Brunkhorst and the internationally successful show-jumpers Championara/Kai Rüder, Dannenberg 1/Hans-Günter Goskowitz and Sheila 73/Franke Sloothaak.