The Hanoverian stallion "Dragon Welt", descended from Dancier out of a Weltmeyer dam, was born in Sweden in 2012 and was bred by Pernilla Svensson. In the years 2015 and 2016 he was Swedish Champion of young dressage horses and mated up to 100 mares per year. In 2017 he was a finalist at the World Championship of Young Dressage Horses with 87.2% and received top marks up to 10.0 at the Swedish Championships. At the beginning of 2018 Dragon Welt moved to us in Luxembourg where he is currently being trained by Mandy Zimmer. Right at his first start both could qualify for the Bundeschampionat 2018 in a dressage horse medium (M) level. Their first international appearance took place at the CDI 4* in Leudelange, Luxembourg, where they took 1st and 3rd place and thus also secured the qualification for the World Championship 2018 in Ermelo (NL).
The beautiful Oldenburg black stallion "Symphony" by Sir Donnerhall out of a Prince Heinrich mother was born in Germany in 2013 and was bred by Fritz Bethke. After a successful licensing in 2016 we were able to acquire the stallion. After the purchase we granted him another half year break on the meadow, where he had time to develop physically. In 2017 Symphony started his first shows at the age of 4 years in the dressage competitions riding horses and dressage horses A, which he could win so far all with marks up to 8.4. After successful covering, his first foals were born in 2018. He was also used very gently this year and was able to win his first L-level tests for dressage horses. At the CDI 4* in Leudelange he placed 2nd and 3rd and qualified for the World Championship of Young Dressage Horses in Ermelo as well as for the Bundeschampionat in Warendorf.
The KWPN gelding "Herosch" is a very strong moving gelding by Ampere out of a Jazz mother. He was born in Holland in 2012 and was bred by Rob Giepmanns. In 2014 Herosch received the positive approval in Oldenburg where he was also used for breeding. In the years 2015 and 2016 Herosch successfully ran his first young horse tests under the Spanish rider Eric Guardia Martinez. At the beginning of 2018 "Hery" changed into our possession. At her first show at the CDI 4* in Leudelingen, Mandy took 2nd and 3rd place and qualified with "Hery" for the World Championship in Ermelo.
The Westphalian chestnut gelding "Jackpot" descending from Jazz Rubin out of a Belissimo dam was born 2009 in Germany at the breeders' association Heinrich and Thomas Bröggelhoff. Jackpot came to us as a foal and accompanied Mandy during her training with Klaus Balkenhol. The two had their first successes from 4 to 6 years old in various dressage horse classes. Afterwards our rider Tamara Michei got into the saddle and the two are now successfully competing at international Grand Prix level.
The eye-catching dark chestnut Fireball was born in 2014 in Westphalia. He was bred by Christine and Jürgen Quante. In 2016 our "Franz" received the positive approval in Westphalia. After a half year break which he had with us on the pasture he was gently broken in afterwards. In 2018 he went his first riding horses and dressage horses A classes in Germany and now has some high placings on his account.
Dante comes from our own kennel and was born in 2014 at Windhof. His sire is the highly successful stallion Dante Weltino and comes from our former brood mare Fleur de vie von Fielmann. At his first show, he successfully took 2nd place in an A-level dressage horse.
Former successful horses
The oldenburg gelding by Sandro Hit out of a Donnerhall dam was successful several times with his long lasting trainer Mandy from the first tournament starts up to the international Grand Prix sport. In 2016 at the Luxembourg Championship, both received bronze and 2017 silver. "Sali" and Mandy made it together into the Olympic squad and the Luxembourg Elite squad in dressage sport. They competed in the world's largest equestrian tournament, the CHIO Aachen and qualified for the European Championships in Gothenburg (SWE). In 2018 Saladin was sold to Denmark.
The Hanoverian gelding Heartbreaker by His Highness was acquired at the age of 3 during his training with the Balkenhol family. Mandy and Heartbreaker went together the way from Remonte to the Grand Prix horse and could book many victories in the 8 years of cooperation. Heartbreaker was sold to Germany in 2016. Meanwhile he has won the Grand Prix several times under the Finnish rider Emma Kanerva, as well as Derby winner and starts 2018 at the World Championship in Tryon (USA) for Finland.
The oldenburg mare by Don Larino was also in the Luxembourg elite squad with Mandy for several years. They could place themselves at international tournaments such as Hagen and Lingen in front. Desiree was sold to Germany in 2015.