Felina from Fürstenball x De Niro

IMG_7069 Felina Portrait

      Florestan I
    Fürst Heinrich  
      Dawina
  Fürstenball    
      Donnerhall
    Maradonna  
      Marella
Felina      
      Donnerhall
    De Niro  
      Alicante
  Denira S    
      World Cup I
    St.Pr.St. Wendy  
      St.Pr.St. Darina

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Born: 09. March 2015
Colour: Black (Rap)
Breeding Area: Westphalian
Breeder: Silke Kuhlenkamp, Rietberg
sold in Germany

Felina, black filly with such a pretty face. Her body looks perfect. She has very long legs and she is very elegant. The Pedigree of Felina contains “Who’s Who” of the dressage scene: Fürstenball = Fürst Heinrich, De Niro = thunder sound and the Weltmeyer father World Cup I.
The father Fürstenball is one of the most important stallions of the station Schockemöhle.
The mother Denira already brought the 9th top foal in succession. The mother’s stock was distinguished in Hannover with the state premium. 

Her halfsister Sunshine born 2010 is updated: “CHAMPION Yearling Filly Westfalen Horse Association” und “NWSHBA CHAMPION Dressage Type Yearling Filly” 2011
The next success was “CHAMPION Two-year-old Filly Westfalen Horse Association 2012″
Sunshine got in 2013 the awards of: “Materiale Horse of the Year – CHAMPION Three-year-old Filly 2013“ & “All-Breeds Materiale CHAMPION Three-year-old Filly 2013″
In May 2014 she got from the „Westphalian Association“ for so much success the award:
PREMIUM MARE
She is the first mare who lives not in Germany who got this award!!!

Another halfsister (Sandy / piece of jewellery) from Sandro Hit filed in 2009 an overriding mare’s performance test with 8.15 and is in the USA topically a standard winner during training check for young horses and now is to level III triumphantly on the tournaments. In 2013 she got by embryo transfer 2 Colts of Totilas and Watermill Scandic. In 2014 she got a filly from Fürst Romancier by herselve.

Mother:
Denira
a liver chestnut mare with the overriding basic paces which she transmits without „if and, however,“ to her descendants. Till present she has brought eight top foals as a result of.
Denira is descended from the successful family of the deputy-team’s European champion in 2005 and meanwhile Grand Prix horse Waterwold under Bastian Konzag and the page-training horse Alaska 72. The trunk is provable volume 15 and 16 other generations. The grandmother mare von World Cup I was presented very successfully on looking:
In 1978 Roydorf the 1st place booked you on the mare’s show.
In 1979 she got there the Ia price and the state premium lent. Then she started on the Rathje Nieburh show and was distinguished with the Ib premium. She qualified for the federal mare’s show and received there the If premium.
In 1980 she received the Ia price and was distinguished as the best mare of the show.
In 1981 she repeated this top to result and was distinguished on the district show with the If premium.
In 1982 it was distinguished once more with the Ia price.
1983 – 1985 she was going successfully in the sport.

Father:
Fürstenball
 A phenomenon equally for breeding and for sport. In a congruence never seen before, Fürstenball sets a new standard in his own career as well as in his heredity. He was champion stallion at his licensing and stallion performance test, Landeschampion and champion at the Bundeschampionship, champion stallion sire, winner of dressage advanced level/S level and VTV stallion of the year in 2013. It is almost impossible to achieve more at his young age! In 2014, three of the four Oldenburg Landeschampions descended from Fürstenball. The three year old mare Fünf Sterne not only won the Oldenburg Landes-Reitpferdechampionat but also the Brilliantring of the Oldenburg Elite mare show this year. Amelie, also a daughter of Fürstenball won the silver medal at the Elite mare show.
Five of the 13 participants in the Brilliantring descend from Fürstenball. In the class of the 4-year old mares and geldings, Fame W ridden by Johannes Westendarp won the class, yet another daughter of Fürstenball. Fame W was one of the Brilliantring candidates at the Oldenburg Elite mare show and shortly after, was placed second at the Bundeschampionship in Warendorf. In 2014, the Hanoverian „Herwart-von-der-Decken-Schau“ was dominated by Fürstenball daughters. Fine Lady won ahead of Funny. Fine Lady was Hanoverian Vice-Reitpferdechampionesse. The first progeny have won Reit- and Dressurpferdeprüfungen and have brought their sire into the top group of the FN breeding value estimation with 170 points.
This stallion is pure fascination. Equipped with a maximum amount of easy elegance, suppleness and elasticity, he is the embodiment of the modern dressage horse. Sold as a foal at auction he achieved price peak, being sold for a sum of 110.000 Euros. He was champion of his licensing, stallion performance test winner with a sensational 154,98 points in the dressage index (16 x 9.0 and better, as well as 10,0 for rideability) and champion of the Bundeschampionship of five year old dressage horses in 2011. He won the Championship with top marks: 9.5 for trot and overall impression. 10,0 for walk. 9.0 for canter and suppleness. Prior to that, he became Oldenburg Landeschampion with a mark of 9.1. In 2012, he put his quality again to the test with high placings at Landes- and Bundeschampionships and at the World Championships of six year old dressage horses. In 2013, he won his first advanced level/ Prix St. Georges competitions. At a gripping ceremony, within the framework of the Oldenburg Althengstparade (late stallion parade), he was celebrated as the VTV dressage stallion of the year. At the German foal championships he was sire of the champion colt and sire of another colt among the top ten. For years, he has sired top foals, many of them reaching six digit selling prices at German auctions. His success is predetermined: Sire Fürst Heinrich was dressage horse World Champion. In his short time at stud he sired 49 sons and 56 advanced level/S level dressage horses. The dam line of Mon Amour, which is of French origin, has what it takes: from it stem Sieger Hit, the Oldenburg champion stallion 2007, Hot Spot, the second reserve champion, Desiderio, multi-fascinating stallion, expensive top foals and many more. Inbred with dressage hero Donnerhall, Fürstenball´s pedigree is enjoying an influx of blood further down in the pedigree with Holstein and thoroughbred genes. Fürstenball: a unique heredity genius in current dressage horse breeding

Mother-Father: De Niro:
In 1997, De Niro was vice champion of the stallion performance test in Adelheidsdorf with a score of 141.93 points and champion of rideability with a score of 145.41 points.

  • In 2000, he won Grand Prix dressage tests at the age of seven.
  • In 2001, he won the German Championships of Professional Riders with his rider Dolf-Dietram Keller.
  • In 2002, he won international Grand Prix and Grand Prix Special dressage tests in Saumur and Berlin.
  • In 2003, he was the winner of the German Dressage Derby in Hamburg.
  • In 2004, De Niro provided the champion stallion Dancier at the licensing in Verden, following two vice champions in previous years.
  • In 2005, De Niro was dam sire of the champion stallion in Verden.
  • In 2006, with 14 descendants at the German Young Horses Championships, De Niro provided the largest contingent.
  • In 2007, De Niro’s son Deveraux became World Champion of the six-year-old dressage horses in Verden. Several of De Niro’s offspring have been victorious in Grand Prix dressage competitions.v
  • In 2008, De Niro was honoured by the Hanoverian Society with the title “Stallion of the Year”.
  • In 2009 De Niro provided two European champions as well as Dablino, the most successful Grand Prix newcomer.
  • In 2010, De Niro was awarded place five of the World Breeding Federation for Sporthorses with 10 internationally successful offspring at Grand Prix-level. His son Dablino won the Team Bronze Medal with rider Anabel Balkenhol in Kentucky at the world championships. Desperados by De Niro and his rider Falk Rosenbauer won the German Dressage Derby in Hamburg.
  • In 2011 the descendants of De Niro won a total amount of more than 230,000 Euros. The overall amount of prize value of his descendants reached more than 1,000,000 Euros.

More than 70 licensed stallions originate from De Niro. His offspring are sought after everywhere and they are always successful.

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