There is hardly a championship where the offspring of Fürsten-Look do not belong to the best. Prinzessin Paula won the Bavarian Championships for five-year-old dressage horses with Victoria Nielsen/GER. Fürst Friedrich won the four-year-old class. Fürsten Spinne/Aleksandra Szulc/POL was gold medallist at the Polish Championships (4y.o.). Geneve Boreal/Magali Rusek/FRA was unbeatable at the French Championships (5y.o.). At the Championships of Saxony, the silver medals went to the two full sisters One Look (3y.o.) and Ovina (4y.o.). Curly OLD, 1f-premium-winner Oldenburg “Brillantring” mare, Vice Regional Champion and placed fourth at the German Championships (4y.o.) in 2020 with Hermann Gerdes, accessed the final of the German Championships for five-year-old dressage horses in 2021. Fürst Kennedy, one of Fürsten-Look’s licensed sons, was placed eleventh at the World Championships for six-year-old dressage horses with João Pedro Moreira/POR. Also licensed is Fine Lucas, bronze medallist at the Southern German Regional Championships. Florestine won the silver medal at the Baden-Württemberg Regional Championship in Tübingen.
The career of the wonderful Fürsten-Look is at its best. Following his victory at the 3rd Oldenburg licensing in Vechta in 2014, he also set new standards with a dressage result of 9.41 at his stallion performance test in Schlieckau. He was awarded the score of 10 for his willingness to perform, rideability and walk. In 2015, he won the Hanoverian and German National Championships and was awarded the Oldenburg main premium in Vechta for the quality of his first crop of foals. In 2018, he won advanced (S) level dressage competitions and won bronze at the World Championships for young dressage horses in Ermelo/NED after clearly winning the qualifier to the final. In 2020, he secured his ticket for the prestigious Burg Cup final at the qualification kickoff in Essen-Herbergen, where he came third with Isabel Freese (with 75.683 percent).
His sire Fürstenball was Champion of the Oldenburg licensing, Champion of his stallion performance test, main premium winner, German and Oldenburg Regional Champion, finalist at the World Championships, victorious up to Prix St. Georges level, VTV dressage stallion, number one of the FN breeding valuation, Danish Elite Stallion and Stallion of the Year in Denmark.
His dam St.Pr.St. Lady Diamond also produced the licensed stallion San Severo (by San Amour) and Sardera S (by Sandro Hit), who was placed up to Prix St. Georges level. She is the full sister of the German Champion La Perla, who produced the licensed stallions Feretti I and II (by Funtime) and half sister of the licensed stallion Du Moulin (by Davignon I).
His dam’s sire, the half-blood Londonderry, was champion of his licensing in 1997, German Champion in 1999 and Hanoverian Stallion of the Year in 2013. He ensured the sustainable spreading of the valuable noble blood of his sire Lauries Crusador xx.
In the third generation is the Celle State Stud stallion Weltmeyer, himself winner of the licensing and stallion performance test, DLG Champion and who finished third at the Riding Horse German Championships in Vechta in 1987. The chestnut stallion, who was named "Hanoverian Stallion of the Year" in 1998, had a significant influence on breeding with over 100 licensed sons.
Fürsten-Look results from the Westphalian mare family of Hanny, which also produced the licensed stallions Dacapo, Levator, Pilot's Treffer, Sonnenkönig and Whitford as well as the Grand Prix dressage horse Gollywogg.
Third place in the Burg Cup Final
|Fürstenball||Fürst Heinrich||Florestan I|
|Lady Diamond||Londonderry||Lauries Crusador xx|