Five year old World Champion Dressage Horse, Furstenball x Alino Queen (Michellino) for 2013!
photos of Furstenball by Thomas Bach Jensen
Stallion at Stud: Furstenball
Stallions at Stud
Oldenburg Licensing champion by Furst Heinrich x Donnerhall x Classiker. Undisputed winner of the 70-day Stallion performance test and sire to many top selling auction foals. One of the most wanted dressage stallions in Europe!
Furstenball is a winner in every respect: after selling for the record price of 120,000 euro at the Vechta Foal auction in 2006, he was Oldenburg licensing champion in Vechta two years later and the winner of the 70-day Stallion Performance Test in 2009 with the highest overall and dressage index. In fact, none of the other stallions came anywhere close to Fürstenball's excellent dressage index of 154.98 points. He was awarded a score of 9.0 and higher at least 16 times and he also received the highest score for rideability. He was proclaimed Hauptpremium Sieger in Oldenburg as a 4-year old with the best first crop of foals and Performance Test results
Furstenball continued his dressage career with greatest success. He won the 2011 Oldenburg Regional Championships in Rastede, the 2011 German Young Horse Championships (Bundeschampionate) in Warendorf and was a finallist at the 2011 World Young Horse Championships in Verden.
Fürstenball is descended from Oldenburg "champion bloodlines"
which have produced two champion stallions in succession (Sieger
Hit, Furstenball) as well as the second reserve champion Hot Spot
in 2009. Fürstenball also boasts three state premium mares with
elite status in his pedigree alongside Fürst Heinrich, the
unforgettable winner of the World Championship of Five Year-Old
Dressage Horses. He is also inbred to legendary dressage sire,
Donnerhall, who adds an even higher concentration of performance
genes to his pedigree.
Furstenball's first crop of foals has lived up to the expectations. At the 2010 Oldenburg Elite Foal auction, the price highlight of the auction was Feuerball (by Fürstenball x Akzenta (Akzent I)). This colt sold for 40,000 euro to Denmark. At the 2010 Westfalian Elite Foal Auction a Furstenball x Rohdiamant colt sold for 25,000 euro and became the fourth most expensive foal in a collection of 191 foals. At the Danish warmblood Elite Foal Auction Logo's Fabel (by Furstenball) sold for more than 10,000 euro. 2006 World Equestrian Games silver medallist Andreas Helgstrand purchased Torveslettens Fifty Fifty, a Furstenball colt out of his World Young Horse Championship ride Torveslettens Stamina (by Stedinger). At the 2010 German Foal Championships the third placed foal was Margarethe Strohm's Furstenball colt out of the renowned mare Cileste IV (by Sandro Hit x Hill Hawk xx x Harald).
In 2011 Furstenball sired the Dressage Filly Champion in Denmark and the Dressage Colt Champion in Germany out of all warmblood breeds in the entire country of Germany. The champion colt scored 98 points at the Nationals in Lienen which is the highest score ever achieved by a foal!
Fürstenball is an absolutely stunning champion stallion! His offspring are clearly stamped by the sire: the have beautiful faces, are highly noble (he is very suitable for heavier type of mares), and have the most amazing characters! He passes on great, clear 4-beat walk, uphill canter and an elastic trot. His offspring is known for being gentle, kind and well tempered.
Furstenball is owned by Lone Boegh Henriksen and Paul Schockemöhle
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KWPN stallion Nimmedor X Caletto I
Goodtimes has a jumping index
of 124, and his offspring jump nationally as well as internationally at the top
level. Obelix, with Lisa Silverman, won the 2006 Grand Prix and the World Cup
Qualifier of Spruce Meadows. Lorenzo, under Anne Kursinski, was the winner of
the Pan Am Championship. Lenie was 3rd in the World Cup Qualifier of Dubai and
Kenwood was winner of the Stallion jumping in Neustadt Dosse. However,
equally, Goodtimes has influenced the world of International Dressage. His
son, Lucky Times, was Champion of the Pavo Cup twice and is now successfully
competing and winning at Grand Prix. Kennet W was the 2006 Reserve Champion of
the Dutch Young Riders and the winner of the Team Gold Medal at the European
Championship for Young Riders. Goodtimes is also the damsire of the dressage
stallion, VDL Prestige, and is listed in the USDF Dressage Sires via his Horse
of the Year offspring. Goodtimes is known to produces offspring with good
movement, lots of carrying power from behind, good jump, and beautiful types.
Goodtimes has sired multiple approved sons, including Kalusha, Kenwood,
Timeless, Londontimes and Sydney.
Goodtimes x Michellino 16.2 1/2 Licensed Oldenburg NA stallion
Somewhere in time’s own space,
16.2 + Licensed Buckskin Oldenburg Stallion
Dream in Gold
was bred, sold, and previously owned by Goldhope Farm
alix coleman above and below
Desire for Gold (Dam of Dream in Gold)
Terri Miller photo
**Dream in Gold is available with excellent quality frozen semen
alix coleman above
*His Sire was a talented FEI dressage horse...
rd greenwood photos
Dram in Gold-Glitter Please x Desire for Gold by Milkie
Like father like son....
Dream in Gold on the left above, his FEI sire Glitter Please on the right!
below photos rd greenwood
alix coleman above and below
As a Show Horse: With very limited showing...Dream placed fourth or better in every "A" hunter breeding show entered!
Third Place Warrenton Horse Show 2000 in 2 year old TB colts and geldings
Third place Devon Horse Show 1999 in each of 2 classes
Fourth place Devon Horse Show 2000!
Two excellent Ribbons at Devon Horse Show in 2001!
Second and Sixth at Dressage at Devon 2001!
Dream is an excellent, scopey jumper and is fabulous with his knees!
Dam Line -Desire for Gold is from the famous line of show hunters that produced Gold Apollo, Smoking Gun (IHF winner), Golden Opportunity, AHSA Horse of the Year Money Talks (aka Talkative), , Dressed In Gold (nationally ranked 1st year Green Hunter and Conformation Hunter), & Gold Horizon (IHF winner, Ch. Amateur hunter....), Playin Roy Rogers and Cisco Kid- Both 2000 IHF winners!
Sire Line - Glitter Please (deceased)- FEI champion dressage horse
Shown to the left, Dream in Gold and Goldmaker's sire, the very successful FEI Dressage stallion Glitter Please who was also a golden palomino. Goldmaker is out of Desire For Gold, a Thoroughbred palomino mare by Milkie who is the first palomino stallion to be registered with the Jockey Club.
Glitter Please competed and placed well at such shows as Devon, Port Jervis, Lexington and Prince George, and winning tests such as the Prix St. George memorial Trophy at the West Chester FairField show under Judge Maria Gunther.
Glitter Please photos by Terri Miller
This great genetic pool comes from such great sires as Princequillo, who's name is found in the pedigrees of many winning hunters and jumpers throughout the U.S. and Canada, such as, Cool
Green Conformation Hunter Champion, Washington and Reserve Champion
Madison Square Garden., Excalibur 2nd AHSA Green Working Hunter and 2nd
AHSA Regular Working Hunter, Lord Sutler 2nd AHSA Regular Conformation
Hunter, Stocking Stuffer four time AHSA Champion Regular Conformation
Hunter, Unreal AHSA Amateur Owner Jumper and Champion at such shows as
Tampa, Palm Beach, Lake Placid, Washington International, Hampton Classic.
Another predominantly strong sport horse influence is Blenheim II. There are far too many great AHSA Hunter Champions and International Jumpers which have Blenheim II in their pedigree to name. For example, Jumpers-Rome Dome member of the U.S. Olympic Team, Sloopy member of U.S. Olympic Team won Bronze Medal, Snowbound member U.S Olympic Team won individual Gold Medal, Sombre member U.S. Olympic Team. Hunters-Army Wife AHSA 1st Year Green Champion, Automation AHSA Green and Regular Conformation Hunter Champion, Fun And Games AHSA Champion 2nd Year Green, The Cowardly Lion AHSA Green Working and 2nd Year Green Champion. Third Of August Green Working Hunter and Amateur Owner Champion, etc.