Dinoso from Desperados x Lanciano

Donnerhall
De Niro
Alicante
Desperados
Wolkenstein II
St.Pr.St. Wie Musik
St.Pr.St. Maskottchen
Dinoso
Landino
Lanciano
Pretty Darling
Lucie S
Landgraf
Lady M
Lida

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Born: 10.04.2009
Colour: Brown
Breeding Area: Westphalian
Breeder: Silke Kuhlenkamp, Hövelhof
sold in GERMANY



 

Dinoso, a brown colt which knows how to show an excellent type and excellent movements in scene. He has booked not only on the foal’s show the first place, but could also qualify for the German Foalchampionchip in Lienen at 2009.
At the German Foalchampionchip he knew how to impress the judges in such a way that he received the mark 9.5 for the movement and was recompensed in the whole assessment with the excellent 18th place. One must think that in the whole of Germany nearly 400 colts have fought for a start place in Lienen.
Dinoso’s motherstock produced the International horses like  Cimbel, Calvin 2, Rico 100 and the Licensing stallions Midas and Last Man Standing.

Father:
Desparados
‚ success story continues: After winning the 2010 German Dressage Derby in Hamburg, other highlights followed in 2011. Under his rider, Kristina Sprehe, he dominated at the show in Oldenburg in Grand Prix as well as the Grand Prix Special. The couple left all competitors behind in the Piaff Sponsorship Prize, were also awarded the Otto Löhrke Prize by the German Equestrian Olympic Committee and in December 2011 they were appointed members of the German dressage championship team.
Desperados was awarded a premium at the Hanoverian licensing in December 2004 in Verden. He passed his 30-day test in Schlieckau with the highest scores (including a 9.5 for his canter and a 9.0 from the guest riders). Numerous victories in tests for young riding horses, including the 2004 Hanoverian Championships in Verden as well as bronze twice at the Bundeschampionat in Warendorf in 2004 and 2005 are on record. After further training, he won and placed in St. Georg and Intermédiaire I, also in Hamburg and Neumünster. In 2009 he successfully competed in the Final of the Nürnberg Burg Pokal.
In breeding, Desperados is as safe as a bank. Destano (premium stallion), Derby Dancer and Double Joy were the first of his sons to be licensed in 2009. In 2010, Decurio (premium stallion), Download, Dream Diamond as well as another son in Westphalia were licensed. His daughter Doris Day became the Hanoverian Champion in Verden with Hermann Burger and Bundeschampion in Warendorf. Desparados again proved his worth as a sire in 2011 with licensed sons in Hanover (a premium stallion) and Vechta and the Hanoverian Champion Mare. The year 2011 reached its zenith when his son Destano won the main premium at the licensing in Vechta. According to the German FN’s predicted breeding value statistics, Desperados belongs to the top five percent of all German stallions with 143 points.
His offspring are born with good looks, good type and very good movements and he has supplied absolutely top foals for many foal shows and auctions all over Germany. His son Desert Storm was a star in the foal collection of a Fall Elite Auction in Vechta, selling to Switzerland for 28,500 Euros. In Verden, a filly was sold for 26,000 Euros.
The black Hanoverian stallion De Niro won the I-a main premium in Oldenburg in 1997 based on his own record in sport and the quality of his first crop. By the time De Niro was seven, he made a successful debut in the Grand Prix dressage ring and later collected numerous first place ribbons in Nations Cups, the German Dressage Derby and at the German Championships for Professional Riders. In 2008 he was bestowed a special honor: the „Hanoverian Stallion of the Year“ award. His dam, Wie Musik, is by Wolkenstein II. This chestnut stallion was the Reserve Champion of the 1992 licensing in Verden, 1993 Bundeschampion of German Riding Horses in Mannheim and won his stallion performance test in Adelheidsdorf in 1993. A full sister of his dam Wie Musik, named Wie Platine, took third place in the 2001 Bundeschampionat for German riding horses. Through Matcho AA and Pik König you find heroes from the traditional Oberndorf Station on the dam’s side of the pedigree. The black, French Anglo-Arabian stallion, Matcho AA, won his stallion performance test and is a sire of pronounced versatility. Pik König, the fourth link in his chain of ancestors, has gained a reputation as a maker of dressage horses and show jumpers of the very first order. The Hanoverian dam line 53/Foersaci (by Förstergruß I-Lorenz-Amandus-Lorval-Alpenprinz-Julius-Süd-Y. Gameboy) is also the origin of the licensed stallions Condiro (State Stud Warendorf), Don Marcello (private stallion Hanover), Don Placido (AUT), Foster, Limonit and Mister A (both State Stud Celle), Londontower (private stallion Mecklenburg), Moseltal and Rocko Barocko (private stallion Mecklenburg) as well as the successful show jumpers Akrobat/Henrike Konzag and Rosalinde/Eric Lamaze/Canada.

Mother:
Lucie was born in 2002 on the same court like her father Lanciano. In the birth was clear immediately, Lucie cannot be sold in foreign hands. It was acquired by me directly after the birth and then grew up the first three years at Schubert’s farm. She has so phantastic movements that spectators could be thrilled in 2002 with the foal’s show to applause. I have ridden towards them 3-year-old and it should be prepared to the mare’s performance test. Unfortunately, she injured herself during this time on the pasture and had to be taken from the sport. Their highly successful mother’s stock can show the international sports horses Cimbel, Calvin 21. Rico 100 and the licensing stallions PB Midas and Last Man Standing. She arises from Holsteiner stock 5118.
In 2007 we allowed to cover them of Swarovski.
In 2008 she got „Simba“ a colt with dark jacket and quite a lot of disposition. He was sold as a stallion’s candidate.

Mother-Father:
The stallion Lanciano was born in 1990 at Family Schubert in Lichtenau and get in 1993 the licensing at Handorf. Gerd Kraft acquired the stallion and still today he works as one of the important stallions of Gestüt Sankt Ludwig in Wegberg. Lanciano filed an overriding stallion’s performance test with more than 140 points in the part index dressage. Lanciano can show more than 30 gekörte sons and several state premium mares. For Lanciano’s inheritance strength stands the dynasty of his important sons, which Lord Sinclair. The first licensing son, Lord Sinclair I, HLP winner after 100-days test, became in 1997 and 1998 a federal champion and set up in the heavy training class. Lord Sinclair II, like the father as a stud on Saint Ludwig at home, became Winner of Licensing in München-Riem. Lord Sinclair III got with the licensing in Redefin/Mecklenburg I C premiums. Lanciano, a stallion his double inheritance strength over and over again comes to the fore.

Grandmother:
Lady M a daughter of Landgraf and then with the necessary full blood connection about Waterman and Tin Rod xx pulled. Lady M was acquired by Hannes Meindl in Holstein as a foal and then covered a box in the Bavarian Kirchanschöring. There it was trained by the daughter, Barbara Meindl, and successfully to Kl. L introduced. She got 3-year-old her first foal, Libelle M which was also sporty as well as for breeding a full success. Then Lady M was sold in the stable by family Schubert to Lichtenau. Then there she brought top foal in succession. She got foal of Aldato, Pilot (2), Lanciano (2), Landor S. which for the most part about the North Rhine-Westphalia-foal’s auction for absolute top prices were sold. A full brother of the mare Lucie S. was shown on the first side of the cataloge of the North Rhine-Westphalia-foal’s auction in 2001.

 

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