|Fürst Heinrich||Florestan I||Fidelio|
|Marella||Classiker v. Calypso II|
|Maureen v. Weltmeister|
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A class of his own
As in previous years, Fürstenball has once again set standards with his offspring in 2018. Feingefühl became Regional and National Champion and Hanoverian Reserve Champion Mare, the Oldenburg Champion Mare and German Championship Silver and Bronze medallist, Fiesta Danza OLD, won her second regional championship title, the Champion Stallion and German Champion, Fürsten-Look, won bronze at the World Championships for young horses (7 yo) ahead of Heiline's Danciera in fourth place, who already came fourth in the five-year-old class. Four Seasons won team gold at the European Championships in Fontainebleau/FRA, was placed second at Preis der Besten and was highly-placed at the German Championships.
Fürstenball also produced Fior: Federal and Regional Champion as well as World Championship finalist, Festina PS: German Champion and Regional Vice Champion, Fürst Fabrice: Champion Stallion and placed third at the Regional Championships, Follow Me OLD: Oldenburg Champion Stallion and Regional Champion, Fine Lady: Hanoverian Champion Mare, Fünf Sterne, Oldenburg Champion Mare and Regional Champion, Flora de Mariposa OLD: Reserve Champion Mare, Regional Champion and German Vice Champion, Facilone: Hanoverian Champion and participant at the World Championships for Young Horses, Faradai: Regional Champion, Fürst Oliver: placed at the German Championship and Fürst Magic: Westphalian Champion and placed at advanced level. In total, he has produced 65 licensed stallions, 120 state premium mares as well as numerous auction top prices and champion foals at the German Foal Championships.
Fürstenball was the price highlight at the Vechta foal auction in 2006, with a knock-down price of 110,000 euros, champion stallion at the Oldenburg licensing in 2008, winner of this stallion performance test in 2009 with a dressage index of 154.98 (16 marks of 9.0 or higher and a 10.0 for rideability), winner of the Oldenburg main premium in 2010, German Champion with an overall score of 9.4 (10.0 for walk) and Oldenburg Regional Champion (5yo) with Ines Westendarp in 2011, placed at the World Championships for Young Horses (6yo) in 2012, victorious up to Prix St. Georges and VTV dressage stallion in 2013, number one of the FN breeding valuation in 2015, Danish Elite Stallion in Herning/DEN in 2017 and “Stallion of the Year” in Herning/DEN in 2018. Furthermore, Fürstenball received the OLD designation, which is awarded by the Oldenburg Verband to the best Oldenburg bred horses.
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. Over 70 of his offspring are successful at advanced (S) and Grand-Prix level.
From the French dam line of Fürstenball come the Oldenburg Champion Stallion and Grand Prix winner Sieger Hit and the licensed stallions Hot Spot, Silver Black OLD, Desiderio, Winehouse, Daktylius OLD, Sir of Freedom and Fideel.
Inbred with dressage hero Donnerhall, Fürstenball’s pedigree enjoys an influx of blood further down the generations with Holstein and thoroughbred genes.
Fürstenball: Line founder of modern dressage horse breeding!
Co-owner: Lone Bøegh Henriksen, Denmark