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Feinrich’s offspring are on everyone’s lips. With Faraglioni OLD, he produced the celebrated Oldenburg Regional Champion and Champion Mare. At the KWPN Elite Mare Show in the Netherlands, Nizelle made it to the finals. Numerous youngsters from his first generations of foals recorded victories and placings in young horse competitions. Several of his sons were licensed.
In 2015, Feinrich was the glowing winner of his licensing and completed his stallion performance test with flying colours. In 2018, he won young horse dressage competitions of his age group, qualified for the German championships, has since achieved top placings in intermediate (M**) dressage competitions with Brandi Roenick/USA and has been trained to high level.
Feinrich’s breeding is also very special: Through his sire Fürst Heinrich, the paternal line of the great Furioso II is combined with that of probably the most important mare in modern Oldenburg breeding history, El.St. Gesina.
His sire Fürst Heinrich was Champion Stallion in 2001, winner of the main premium in 2002, World Champion of five-year-old dressage horses in 2003, and has produced over 50 licensed stallions, including our stallion Fürstenball, licensing and main premium champion, German champion and elite sire as well as his neighbour at our stud, Fürst Romancier, main premium winner.
His dam El.St. Gesina, produced For Romance I OLD, Oldenburg Champion Stallion, Main Premium winner, Burg Cup finalist, VTV Dressage Stallion and successful in Grand Prix, For Romance II, premium stallion standing at our stud and placed in international Grand Prix competitions at only seven years old, For Romance III de la Gesse, licensed stallion, Fasine OLD (all by Fürst Romancier), Oldenburg Champion Mare, German Champion and P.S.I. record top price, who produced the licensed stallion Fasino (by Foundation), and the mare A la Fasine (by Apache), dam of the licensed stallions HP Valentino and Vincello (both by Vitalis). She also produced our Champion Stallion Feinrich and the Oldenburg Champion Mare Fürstin Gesine (both by Fürst Heinrich), who produced the licensed stallions Visino PS (by Vitalis) and Montrachet PS (by Morricone I). Bred to De Niro, Gesina produced the licensed stallion Desino, bred to Governor, she produced the licensed stallion Golden Romance Malleret PS and bred to Bordeaux, she produced Mount St. John Best of All, British Dressage Champion and placed up to Small Tour level, who is the dam of Best of Mount St. John OLD (by Fürst Romancier), Vice Regional Champion and placed fifth at the German Championships, and of the licensed stallion MSJ Q (by Quantensprung). Gesina’s daughters produced the licensed stallions Sebastino PS (by Secret), Go for Romance PS (by Governor) and the Mecklenburg Champion Stallion Viva Vitalis (by Vitalis).
Thanks to his offspring placed in Grand Prix competitions like Samhitas/Kelly Layne/AUS, Sheeran/Jacob Noerby Soerensen/DEN, Cavalia/Jessica Howington/USA, Santiago Song/Thibault Vandenberghe/BEL, Sai Baba Plus/Boaventure Freire/POR, Semper Fidelis/Heather Blitz/USA and Syriana/Mary Hanna/AUS, his dam’s sire Sir Donnerhall I is placed amongst the top four of the WBFSH ranking list of the world's best dressage sires. Himself second Reserve Champion of his licensing, Regional Champion, record winner of his stallion performance test, Vice World Champion of young dressage horses, German Champion and winner of the main premium, he can refer to over 100 licensed sons. He has also produced numerous championship-successful offspring, including the double World Champion dressage horse, Sa Coeur, who is internationally successful in Grand Prix, and the legendary German Champions quintet Sir Heinrich OLD, Cindy OLD, Candy OLD, Caty OLD and Casey OLD from the Wendeln Stud.
His grand-dam Gesine also produced the Reserve Champion Vivaldi’s Schufro (by Vivaldi) and Amadeus de l’Aubois (by Der Designer), who sired in France. Her daughter Sadira de Malleret (by Sir Donnerhall I) produced Helen Langehanenberg’s mare, who is victorious at advanced (S) level, Zaeta de Malleret (by Zonik).
In the third generation is Don Schufro, Danish Champion and Team bronze winner at the Olympic Games in Hong Kong/HKG in 2008 with Andreas Helgstrand.
In the previous generations, Sandro, Gepard, Pik Bube II, Waldhorn and More Magic xx perfectly complete the pedigree.
From the significant dam line of Voltaire
|Fürst Heinrich||Florestan I||Fidelio|
|Gesina||Sir Donnerhall I||Sandro Hit|