Finero from Franklin x Fürstenball

      Rousseau
    Ampere
 
      Larivola
  Franklin
   
      Ferro
    Warkle M
 
      Sparkle M
Finero
     
      Fürst Heinrich
    Fürstenball
 
      Maradonna
  Avella    
      Akzent II
    Avenna  
      Anika

 

Born: 2020-03-26
Colour: Black
Breeding Aera: Westphalia
Breeder: Silke Kuhlenkamp, Rietberg

 

  

Finero is a black colt with 2 white socks behind and a wonderful star at his face. He is as beautiful as his mother. His movement is great and he knows how to convince with his effect. He is a little matcho. Finero will be a great future prospect for all disciplines.

Father Franklin: Champion stallion of international calibre. Franklin was KWPN Champion Stallion, winner of his stallion performance test in the Netherlands, finalist at the World Championships for young dressage horses and has successfully started competing at Prix St. Georges level. Many of his sons have been licensed, including our Reserve Champion Stallion Franklin’s Love, the KWPN Reserve Champion Kadans and Fendi, who was trained by Sönke Rothenberger. Out of the crowd of Franklin’s foals, the filly Faretti stands out. She was sold for 150,000 euros and was also named best DWB dressage filly in 2017. In 2018, her full sister Feretti II was sold for the top price of an auction. The title of „best filly“ already went to Franklin’s daughter Francisca Lightfoot in 2016.
His sire Ampère, KWPN Champion Stallion and champion of his stallion performance test, has produced over 60 stallions approved for breeding in the Netherlands and in Germany, including the Grand Prix winner ZINQ Abegglen FH/Marcus Hermes/GER, the Louisdor Prize finalist Aperol/Emma Kanerva/FIN, as well as First Ampère, who came sixth at the World Championships for young dressage horses. His 25 state premium mares are led by the Westphalian Champion Mare Anky and the mare Amicella, who produced our Westphalian Champion Stallion and German Champion Valverde. Numerous auction top prices have also been recorded.
The pedigree of Franklin shows highly interesting inbreeding to the stallion legends Ferro and Flemmingh.
The dam sire Ferro won three championship silver medals. With Coby van Baalen/NED, he was part of the Dutch team that was placed second at the 1998 World Equestrian Games in Rome/ITA, at the 1999 European Championships in Arnhem/NED and at the 2000 Olympic Games in Sydney/AUS. Furthermore, he was placed second in the World Cup final in ’s-Hertogenbosch/NED. He has produced 8 licensed stallions, including Rousseau, Negro, Metall and Rhodium. In the Netherlands, he received the predicate “keur”.
The maternal grand-sire Flemmingh is one of the most important dressage sires in the Netherlands and has produced the Grand Prix stallions Krack C/Anky van Grunsven/NED and Lingh/Edward Gal/NED. Heir to Ampère’s throne

Mother Avella: She is a very pretty dark brown mare with really good movement. All her foals look like her. 2017 she got a colt from San Amour. 2018 got she a blackbrown filly from San Amour – she is an image of her mother. Her Damline is very successfull at Oldenburg and she has some very good siblings. You don’t have to forget the old breeding line of Akzent II of her mother!

Grandfather Fürstenball: Reliable producer of top foals, licensing winners and Grand Prix Champions
Fürstenball OLD over and over again! In 2019, our guarantor of success produced, with Fürst Zonik, the Champion Stallion in Redefin, a premium stallion in Hanover and other licensed stallions whose total number has now increased to 75 in eight breeding years. Other offspring are conquering the international scene, such as the double Young Riders European Championships gold medallist Four Seasons FRH, ridden by Alexa Westendarp. Fürst Sinclair/Elke Philipp came fourth at the Para-Equestrian European Championships in Rotterdam/NED. Heiline’s Danciera/Carina Cassøe Krüth/DEN won international Grand Prix dressage competitions. Also internationally successful is Torveslettens Fifty-Fifty/Ekaterina Podlytkina/RUS.
Fürstenball also produced Fior: German and Regional Champion as well as finalist at the World Championships for young dressage horses, Festina PS: German Champion and Regional Vice Champion, Feingefühl: German and Regional Champion and Hanoverian Reserve Champion Mare, Fürst Fabrice: Champion Stallion and placed third at the Regional Championships, Fürsten Look: Champion Stallion, German Champion and bronze medallist at the World Championships for young dressage horses, Fiesta Danza OLD: Oldenburg Champion Mare, silver and bronze medallist at the German Championships and double Regional Champion, Follow Me OLD: Oldenburg Champion Stallion, Regional Champion and victorious at advanced (S) level, Fine Lady: Hanoverian Champion Mare, Fünf Sterne: Oldenburg Champion Mare and Regional Champion, Flora de Mariposa OLD: Reserve Champion Mare, Regional Champion and German Vice Champion, Facilone: Hanoverian Champion and participant at the World Championships for Young Horses, Faradai: Regional Champion, Fürst Oliver: Hanoverian Champion and placed at the German Championships and Fürst Magic: Westphalian Champion and placed at advanced level. In total, he has produced 120 state premium mares as well as numerous auction top prices and champion foals at the German Foal Championships.
Fürstenball was the price highlight at the Vechta foal auction in 2006, with a knock-down price of 110,000 euros, champion stallion at the Oldenburg licensing in 2008, winner of this stallion performance test in 2009 with a dressage index of 154.98 (16 marks of 9.0 or higher and a 10.0 for rideability), winner of the Oldenburg main premium in 2010, German Champion with an overall score of 9.4 (10.0 for walk) and Oldenburg Regional Champion (5y.o.) with Ines Westendarp in 2011, placed at the World Championships for Young Horses (6y.o.) in 2012, victorious up to Prix St. Georges and VTV dressage stallion in 2013, number one of the FN breeding valuation in 2015, Danish Elite Stallion in Herning/DEN in 2017 and “Stallion of the Year” in Herning/DEN in 2018. Furthermore, Fürstenball received the OLD designation, which is awarded by the Oldenburg Verband to the best Oldenburg bred horses.
His sire Fürst Heinrich was Champion Stallion in 2001, winner of the main premium in 2002, World Champion of five-year-old dressage horses in 2003 and has produced 53 licensed stallions. Over 70 of his offspring are successful at advanced (S) and Grand Prix level.
Inbred to the dressage hero Donnerhall, Fürstenball’s pedigree enjoys an influx of blood further down in the pedigree with Holstein and thoroughbred genes.
From the French dam line of Fürstenball come the Oldenburg Champion Stallion and Grand Prix winner Sieger Hit and the licensed stallions Hot Spot, Silver Black OLD, Desiderio, Winehouse, Daktylius OLD, Sir of Freedom and Fideel. Line founder of modern dressage horse breeding! 

 

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