|Daddy Cool||Don Davidoff||Don Gregory|
|Weinbrise v. Wicht|
Finland, Oldenburg, Mecklenburg, Rhineland, South German Stud Books and Westphalia
€ 800 (plus 7% VAT)
Winner of the small final at the World Championship for Young Dressage Horses in Verden
De Champ is walking his way consequently and with success. After wins in tests for young dressage horses he placed among the top ten at both the World Championship for Five Year-Old Dressage Horses and the Bundeschampionat. He excelled already in his 30-day test with 9.5 for rideability, received nine times a 9.0 for both walk and trot and finished the test with the highest final score of 8.93 with emphasis on dressage.
This highly elegant stallion with a clear Trakehner influence is sired by Daddy Cool, who was Oldenburg Regional Champion in 2006, qualified for the 2007' Bundeschampionat, winning up to intermediate (M) level and is now at Isabell Werth's yard being prepared for Grand Prix. Daddy Cool's sire, Don Davidoff, was a resplendent Bundeschampion and World Champion of Young Dressage Horses. His most successful son is currently Don Auriello, who already won several World Cup qualifiers with Tinne Vilhelmson-Silfven.
De Champ's maternal grandsire Caprimond competed successfully in Grand Prix up to the age of 19, became Trakehner elite stallion and stallion of the year and made successfully breeding history. In third generation, the pedigree is rounded off by Argentan, a Celle State Stud sire whose offspring chalked up more than 985,000 Euro in competition winnings and also produced his masterpiece the dual purpose sire Argentinus.
De Champ: Modern dressage horse with a top-class first crop