Name: DMJ Fürstenberg
Date of Birth: 17 May 2018
Dam Sire: Dannebrog (by Don Schufro)
Gender: Colt - tested negative (n/n) for WFFS
Expected Height: Approx. 170-172 cm
Asking Price: 15,000 euro
Outstanding and very well moving dressage prospect! DMJ Fürstenberg by Fürstenball is a noble, long legged and very well moving dressage colt with nice stallion expression and a strong performance pedigree. His dam, DMJ Dolce Vita by Celle State Stud Stallion Dannebrog (also bred by DMJ HORSES) by Don Schufro, is out of the well moving premium mare DMJ Cherry by Grand Prix Stallion Blue Hors Cavan.
DMJ Cherry is sister to Louisa Lüttgen’s former very successful European Dressage Championships horse DMJ Dreamy by Donnerhall, who among others won the German "Prize of the Best" Championships, Gold and Silver at the European Championships and Bronze at the German Junior Championships. DMJ Cherry is also sister to David Copperfield by Donnerschwee, who was sold to the successful German dressage rider Christoph von Daehne at the age of three and later became successful S level dressage horse.
DMJ Cherry is out of the Hanoverian mare Wedgewood Lady (by Weltmeyer x Bumerang), who is full sister to the three approved Hanoverian stallions and successful sport horses Harmony´s Weissmüller, Wedgwood and Weizenjunge (all three successful at S level).
DMJ Fürstenberg´s sire Fürstenball is a living legend! At every stage of his career, he has showed off his absolutely incredible willingness, strong nerves and relaxed temperament. Every single stride was uphill and his movements swung through his entire body. This wonderful champion stallion demonstrates three elegant and elastic basic paces and natural impulsion, all of which he passed on to his sensational offspring. His first descendants are now successful at S level and they have brought their sire to the absolute top of the FN breeding valuation.
DMJ Fürstenberg is located near Verden in Germany.
Owner Contact Info:
- Dorthe M. Jeppesen
- Tel: +45 40 408 408
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org