|Fürst Heinrich||Florestan I||Fidelio|
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Located in Muehlen (GER)
Fürst Romancier's offspring dominate the international scene
Fürst Romancier’s offspring are conquering the international dressage scene, above all Dorothee Schneider's Burg Cup winner, First Romance, who also won the CHIO Aachen. Other successful sport horses are: Fürst Albert/Inessa Merkulova/RUS, Hawtins Falerno/Sameera Rahmatalla/GBR, Fürstenhit/Sandra Zindel-Weber/SUI, Florina/Anders Dahl/DEN, First Class/Lia Welschof/GER and Fahrenheit/Tamsin Addison/IRL, who competes in para-equestrian dressage. The Burg Cup finalist Fürst Levantino won the Future's Champion Cup in Hagen a.T.W. with Marlene Sieverding and Team Silver at the European Championships in Fontainebleau/FRA. Flying Dancer OLD/Dorothee Schneider, auction top price, was very well-placed at the World Championships for Young Horses. Best of Mount St. John OLD was Vice Regional Champion and fifth at the German National Championships. The Oldenburg Champion Mare, German Champion and P.S.I. auction top price Fasine OLD has already been placed in advanced (S) level dressage competitions. Her two full brothers, For Romance I OLD (licensing and main premium winner, top price of the Stallion Market, Burg Cup finalist and successful in Grand Prix) and For Romance II (premium stallion) as well as Fürst Levantino and Fürst Jazz belong to the over 30 licensed sons of Fürst Romancier.
Fürst Romancier was awarded the Oldenburg main premium. In 2009, he was fourth at the World Championships for Young Horses and at the German Championships, becoming the most successful stallion of his generation.
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 53 licensed stallions, including Fürstenball, licensing and main premium champion, German champion and elite sire.
His dam produced two other S-level dressage horses, Scarlatti (by San Amour) and Freestyler (by Fürst Heinrich).
The dam sire Romancier, successful up to Prix St. Georges, comes from the Olympian line of Dodona, from which descend Rembrandt/Nicole Uphoff, Ahlerich/Dr. Reiner Klimke, Amon and Rubinstein.
Fürst Romancier represents the very successful Oldenburg Edoste line, from which also descend the German Champion and European Championship participant, Exupéry, the Reserve German Champion, Landjuwel Gold, the Olympic Grand Prix horse, Petit Prince/Ellen Bontje/NED, the Grand Prix horse, Avignon, and the international show-jumping winners Questa Vittoria/Thomas Kleis and Quintera/Leon Thijssen/NED.
From the very successful Oldenburg Edoste line