The 14-year old Rhinelander licensed breeding stallion Feedback has been sold to German junior rider Emma Lienert.
Feedback is by Fidertanz out of Scarlett (by Sandro Hit x Contender x Landgraf) and is bred by Johannes Baumeister. He was owned by stallion keeper Tobias Schult
Feedback was licensed at the 2009 Westfalian Stallion Licensing in Munster and later on approved for Oldenburg and Hanover.
He did his 30-day stallion performance test in 2010 in Neustadt/Dosse and scored 8.8 for dressage and 7.41 for show jumping, totaling 8.24 points.
His final approval for breeding Feedback obtained through sport by scoring 9.1 and 8.2 at Bundeschampionate qualifiers in 2012.
As a breeding stallion, Feedback was well used by the regional breeders in NRW. He has sired one licensed son (Fun4ever) and 21 state premium daughters, and 303 offspring are registered for sport in Germany.
For the sport training of his horses, Tobias Schult partnered his stallions as usual with the staff of Isabell Werth's stable.
He was first trained and competed by assistant rider Matthias Bouten in 2010, but only shown very lightly until they shifted a higher gear in 2012 with more competitions.
In 2010 they were ninth at the Bundeschampionate for 3-year old stallions.
Despite qualifying for the 2012 Bundeschampionate, he didn't go to Warendorf that year.
Bouten and Feedback did represent Germany at the 2012 World Young Horse Championships in Verden when they were called up as first reserves. They finished just 17th in the 5-year old consolation finals.
In 2014 Niklaas Feilzer took over the ride and developed the stallion from M-level to small tour in 2016 and up to Medium Tour level and Inter II/Short Grand Prix in 2017.
The pair mainly competed at local shows in the Duisburg area. There was one show in 2018 and just two in 2019. Their last competition start was in January 2020 in Troisdorf, where they placed second in an Inter II.
Feedback Joins Lienert's String
The stallion has now moved to Emma Caecilia Lienert's stable "De La Luz" in Mulheim, Germany, where he joins her string of horses that includes FS Las Vegas, Lady Carnaby and Denario.
The 17-year old Lienert made her international show debut in 2017 in the Children division aboard Denario (by Denaro x Fairplay).
In 2018 she moved to junior level and has been competing the now 10-year old Rhinelander mare Lady Carnaby (by Lord Carnaby x Ehrentusch) at CDI's through 2020. They showed in Aachen, Exloo and Grote-Brogel.
Feedback can prepare her for the next level, Young Riders, and with potential for Under 25 Grand Prix.
Photos © LL-foto - Andrea Wolters
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