|Fürst Wilhelm||Fürst Heinrich||Florestan I|
|Lady Scarlett||Sandro Hit|
|Schöne Aussicht||Sir Donnerhall I||Sandro Hit|
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Located in Denmark
Impressive in type and conformation
The incredibly long-legged Freetown also has remarkable freedom of the shoulders, a high degree of suppleness and ideal impulsion and power from the hindquarters. Licensed in Oldenburg in 2019, this remarkable talent was first given enough time to mature physically. In 2020, he completed his stallion performance test in Denmark with expected highlights for his paces and willingness to perform. In 2021, in the final of the Danish Championships for four-year-old dressage horses, he received 9.4 for trot, 8.7 for walk, 8.5 for canter, 9.0 for rideability and 8.8 for the general impression. With an overall score of 8.8, he was placed fifth against very strong competition.
His sire Fürst Wilhelm was victorious in sport up to Intermediaire I level and was named VTV dressage stallion in 2017. Amongst his twelve licensed sons are also the sire of our Champion Stallion Forever Love, Fair Game, stallion performance test winner and placed fourth at the German Junior Championships, and Fürst William OLD, winner of the German Championships for young riding horses in 2015, winner of the German Championships for young dressage horses in 2017 and successful in Inter II competitions.
His dam is Hann.Pr.St. Schöne Aussicht.
The dam's sire Sir Donnerhall I has achieved the leap to the fourth place of the best dressage sires worldwide according to the WBFSH ranking. 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.
His grand-dam St.Pr.St. Latiffa AC also produced Wynton’s Son (by Wynton)/Thomas Wagner, who was victorious at advanced (S) level dressage competitions and Stiene von der Weide (by Sir Donnerhall I) and Shiraz (by Soliman de Hus), who were victorious at intermediate (M) level dressage competitions.
The stallions Latimer and Feiner Stern appear in the third and fourth generations of his pedigree.
His great-grand-dam St.Pr.St. Flic Flac product the mare St.Pr.St. Daireen (by Donnerhall). She produced the Hanoverian Champion Stallion and record price holder His Highness (by Hohenstein) and the advanced (S) level dressage horse Summertime (by Sandro Hit). Flic Flac is the half sister of the licensed stallion Donnerprinz (by Donnerhall), who was victorious up to Inter I level.
The stallions Allround (by Argentinus), Luxemburg (by Lukas), Don Jovi (by De Niro), Sir Sandro (by Sandro Hit), Walzerkönig (by Wenzel I), Impressario (by Imperator), Lord Siclau (by Lord Pezi), Thronfolger (by Traumdeuter), Rosenfels (by Romanov), Adios I to III (all by Arsenik), Barclay I and II (both by Belissimo M), Balance of Power (by Belissimo M), Fürst Rousseau (by Rousseau), Dramatic (by Don Frederico), Fengari (by Fürstenball), Quaterbend Ymas (by Quaterback), St. Petersburg (by Sandro Bedo), Worldman (by Weltmeyer), Aleman (by Akzent II), Regazotti (by Rohdiamant) and many others also descend from the Hanoverian dam line of Noria.
From the same line as His Highness