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Text Box: TRELIVER STUD Est. 1987

 

 

BROODMARES

 

PADUA

State Premium Hanoverian mare.

Imported in 2003

Prince Thatch xx (1) Thatch xx Forli xx
Thong xx
Petroleuse xx Stupendous xx
Partisane xx
Winniza Wendepunkt (2) Wendekreis (3)
Eingabe
St. Pr.Lerone Lukas (4) (5) (6)
Sandra

Prince Thatch xx  Thatch xx

(1) Prince Thatch has sired many internationally successful dressage horses such as World Champion team Gold Medal winner Piccolino/Husenberth and World Championship competitor Petit Prince/Joelle Beier. His offspring have accumulated over EUR 590,000 in lifetime earnings.

Wendepunkt

(2)Wendepunkt was stationed in Walle as a sire from 1975 to 1979, where he was prolific in his production of sports horses for all disciplines, approved sons, Verden auction horses and invaluable brood mares.

Wendepunkt established a breeding reputation for himself in Germany primarily as the dam-sire of the highly esteemed Akzent II sons Acapulco and Alabaster. Akzent II, who was stationed at the Amselhof between 1977 and 1984, became a paragon of quality in German horse breeding.

 

Wenderkries

(3) Wenderkreis Ferdinand's three State Stud sons were born relatively late in his career: Winnetou (1968-79), Wedekind (l970~83) and Wenderkreis (1971-80) Of the Ferdinand sons, Wendekreis had the biggest influence, producing many stallions. Conformation-wise, his offspring are very correct, although needing some refinement on the mother's side. Among his stallion sons some tend to the dressage direction like Wenderlin and Wenderberg while others arc more versatile.

Lukas

(4) Lukas. Lukas was an international show jumper and was by

Lugano I

(5)Lugano I, a successful jumper, he typifies the contribution to jumping performance of Der Loewe xx in the Hanoverian breed. Lugano I's sire, Der Loewe xx

Der Lowe xx

(6)Der Loewe xx was one of the most influential thoroughbred stallions standing at the Hanoverian state stud at Celle. He was the leading thoroughbred sire with regard to the number of registered competition horses sired. He was the founder of the much respected "L" line.

 

2004: Black colt by Rohdiamant

2007: Bay colt by Treliver Decanter

2008: Bay filly by Treliver Decanter

2010: Bay filly by Treliver Decanter

2011: Palomino filly by Treliver Decanter

2012: Chestnut filly by Treliver Decanter

2014: Palomino filly by Treliver Decanter

     
SALLYERA -For Sale

 

 

Main Stud Book Hanoverian mare

2004. Imported 2007

 

Salieri (1) Salvano Salem
Dina St Pr
Samtbeere Servus (2)
Weissbeere St Pr
Doreen Donnerhall (3) Donnerwetter
Ninette
Pikantje Pik Bube (4)
Cardina

Sire Line:

Salieri

Salieri, was the sire of Salinero/ Anke van Grunsven and his full brother Seven-UP - the only Equine full brothers ever to compete in the same Olympic Games (2004 Athens) Holger Wulschner,  won several Grand Prix Jumping classes with Salieri and they became members of the German National Jumping Team.

Salvano

Servus

(2) Servus was the Sire of International dressage horse and was considered an important dressage sire

 

Dam Line:

  Donnerhall

Donnerwetter

(3) Donnerhall is the most successful dressage horse in the world and looks back on an exemplary career. He managed like no other sire of his generation to combine success in breeding and in sport alike. In 1986 Donnerhall was the German DLG Champion in Hanover. After many wins in Grand Prix, Grand Prix Special and freestyle classes at International level he became German champion in Mannheim with his constant rider Karin Rehbein in 1994, team world champion and individual bronze medal winner in The Hague. This was followed by another climax in 1997: Team gold and individual bronze at the European Dressage Championships in Verden. In 1998 he was once more included in the German world championship team and with Karin Rehbein was a member of the gold medal team in Rome, where he attained fourth place in the individual results. Donnerhall won the World Cup European League, as well as being the Oldenburg dressage stallion of the year in 1997 and 1998 respectively.

He is a prolific sire of dressage horses and has at least 60 who have competed internationally. Donnerhall's father Donnerweter was himself an International dressage horse. He has produced over 50 graded sons and 35 state premium mares.

 

Pik Bube

(4) Pik Bube was a Grand Prix dressage horse, his sire Pik Konig was considered an important Show Jumping sire.

Pik Koenig

 Pik Koenig (PikAs/Abhang)s/is considered the most important son of the famous Thoroughbred sire of showjumpers, Pik As xx. Pik König sired 19 Approved sons and 22 State Premium mares. His offspring - such as Pirol 37 - were mainly successful in showjumping. With a dressage index of 126, and a jumping index of 131, Pik König had an overall rating of 129. His sire, Pik As xx stood at the State Stud Celle from 1953-69, where he sired four approved sons.  

 

 

Foals

Delphine

Demera

Dynasty

     
LABAMBA

Head Stud Book Hanoverian and Oldenburg

Performance Tested

1997 Imported 2008

Lauries Crusader xx (1) Welsh Pagent Tudor Melody
Picture Light
Square Note High Top
Piazza del Grillo
Wina Watzmann (2) Weingau
Flachsinsel
Gina Glander/Grande (3)
Viper

Lauries Crusader xx

Welsh Pagent xx

(1) Lauries Crusader has a total of 1560 registered offspring, 349 mares registered into the Studbook, among them 103 state premium mares. He fathered 39 licensed sons, 13 of them being registered into the premium stallion register.  546 registered competition horses complete this impressive balance. With his successful offspring, the thoroughbred stallion Lauries Crusador xx is certainly about to create a new Hanoverian stallion line.

Le Bo counts among his most successful offspring in sport. In 2005, he ranked third at the German Dressage Championships for lady riders under Carola Koppelmann. The former Verden elite auction horse Lesotho and Ellen Schulten-Baumer belonged to the Olympic team in Athens. The stallion Louis Heslegard and Gerda Lehmann participated with the Danish Olympic team. At the World Equestrian Games in Aachen, Le Primeur competed with Marie-Line Wettstein for Switzerland. The Lauries Crusador xx-son Londonderry created a sensation; he won his stallion licensing as well as the Federal Championships of four-year-old stallions in Warendorf. Apart from that, he also underlined his excellent prepotency. Two of his sons entered the scene this year: Locksley II won the Federal Championships of four-year-old stallions, just like his sire, and at the 115th Verden Elite Auction, Londontime was sold at the incredible, sensational price of Euro 510.000,00, a sum never achieved at a riding horse auction so far.

Watzmann

(2) Watzmann sire of Walldorf, (a renowned sire of movement) and Seoul Olympic Gold medalist in showjumping Walzerkonig, is also the sire of the show jumping stallion Foxhunter now standing in the USA

Glander

(3) Glander was stallion performance test winner and enjoyed good breeding opportunities without necessarily fulfilling all hopes. He was also popular as he was the sibling of the Olympic horse Grande Giso with Johan Heins and enriched the breed with the maker of show jumper Gletscher

Glander was by Grande

Grande

Grande produced 33 approved sons, 34 states premium mares and sent three of his showjumping progeny to the Olympic Games – Grande Giso (Holland), Grande (USA) and Gute Sitte (Belgium).
His grand children seem to have been the real stars – Galapagos with Gabriella Grillo represented Germany at the 1982 World Championships, and was one of the first stars of the ‘new’ class, Freestyle Dressage to Music. Grandeur (Gralsritter) won over a million Deutschmarks in a spectacular showjumping career, and since then has proven himself as a superior sire. Grande’s son Graphit sired winners of over almost two million DM and sired one of the most important jumping stallions of them all, Grannus. The Graphit son, Grundstein was one of Germany’s leading stallions before his export to the United States. Another son, Graditz sired Isabell Werth’s Olympic and World Championship star, Garibaldi II sired the American dressage star Gifted who carried Carol Lavell to a team bronze at the 1992 Games and placed 4th individually. Garibaldi II died at the age of only 14 which was a great loss.
Grunnox (by Grunewald) was another top dressage horse, this time with Monica Theodorescu, and together they were members of the 1992 Gold Medal team in Barcelona.

2008 Chestnut colt by Benvenuto

2009: Bay filly by Treliver Decanter

2010: Chestnut filly by Treliver Decanter

Dizzie Lizzy

Devine

     
DANCING QUEEN For Sale

 

Head Stud Book Hanoverian and Oldenberg

1999 Imported 2008

 

Dornenkonig Donnerhall (6) Donnerwetter
Ninette
Sweet-Heart Weltmeister
Sweet Little
Montara Mon Cheri (4) Matcho
Galante/Grande (5)
Retina (2) Rosencavalier (3)
Adone (1)

Dancing Queen is descended from an exceptional dam line

(1)Adone: Dam of two lic. stallions, Royal Angelo I and II. and dam of the multiple olympic champion Rembrant/Nicol Uphof and the top dressage horses Ramon 64 / Uta Wusthof and Rosario 14/ Sabine Ruben.

Adone was also full sister two two international dressage horses

Ahlerich/Dr. Klimke and Amon /A.Kayzer-Holland

her full sisters were also stallion producers.

Anette was grand mother of Romancier

Antine was mother of Rubenstein I and II

(2) Retina is a full sister to famous olympic dressage horse Rembrandt/Nicole Uphoff

Rosencavalier

(3) Rosenkavalier; Romodour II/ Diva(Dilettant); 1980; 170 cm; Dark Bay; Westphalian. Rosenkavalier, was a stallion performance test winner is considered to be one of the most significant Westphalian sires today.

Mon Cheri  Matcho

 

(4) Mon Cheri  Lic: Westf;Rheinl

Sire of Westf stallion Monmartre and sire of numerous State Premium mares and also a prolific sire of dressage horses. Mon Cheri's sire was the Anglo Arab Matcho. His dam Galante was by Grande.

(5) Grande was a famous show jumping sire who produced numerous stallion sons and also had a number of international show jumping and dressage progeny.  

Grande

Grande produced 33 approved sons, 34 states premium mares and sent three of his showjumping progeny to the Olympic Games – Grande Giso (Holland), Grande (USA) and Gute Sitte (Belgium).
His grand children seem to have been the real stars – Galapagos with Gabriella Grillo represented Germany at the 1982 World Championships, and was one of the first stars of the ‘new’ class, Freestyle Dressage to Music. Grandeur (Gralsritter) won over a million Deutschmarks in a spectacular showjumping career, and since then has proven himself as a superior sire. Grande’s son Graphit sired winners of over almost two million DM and sired one of the most important jumping stallions of them all, Grannus. The Graphit son, Grundstein was one of Germany’s leading stallions before his export to the United States. Another son, Graditz sired Isabell Werth’s Olympic and World Championship star, Garibaldi II sired the American dressage star Gifted who carried Carol Lavell to a team bronze at the 1992 Games and placed 4th individually. Garibaldi II died at the age of only 14 which was a great loss.
Grunnox (by Grunewald) was another top dressage horse, this time with Monica Theodorescu, and together they were members of the 1992 Gold Medal team in Barcelona.

Sire Line:

Dornenkonig

Donnerhall

Donnerwetter

(6) Donnerhall is the most successful dressage horse in the world and looks back on an exemplary career. He managed like no other sire of his generation to combine success in breeding and in sport alike. In 1986 Donnerhall was the German DLG Champion in Hanover. After many wins in Grand Prix, Grand Prix Special and freestyle classes at International level he became German champion in Mannheim with his constant rider Karin Rehbein in 1994, team world champion and individual bronze medal winner in The Hague. This was followed by another climax in 1997: Team gold and individual bronze at the European Dressage Championships in Verden. In 1998 he was once more included in the German world championship team and with Karin Rehbein was a member of the gold medal team in Rome, where he attained fourth place in the individual results. Donnerhall won the World Cup European League, as well as being the Oldenburg dressage stallion of the year in 1997 and 1998 respectively.

He is a prolific sire of dressage horses and has at least 60 who have competed internationally.

Donnerhall's father Donnerweter was himself an International dressage horse. He has produced over 50 graded sons and 35 state premium mares.


 

 

FOALS

 

Fancy That

Dream Maker

 

TRELIVER DE CHANDELIER ready to cover Sold

 

Anglo European Stud Book / BWBS

2004

Full sister to Treliver Decanter

Treliver De Chandelier Dimaggio (1) Don Primero (2) Donnerhall (3)
St. Pr. Fantasia (4)
Winnipeg World Cup I (5)
Lisa (7)
Krystal Grand Ferdel Graditz (6)
Jagdbuch St. Pr
Carol Kerrygold
Simona

Dimaggio

(1) Dimaggio was World Breeding Champion in 2000, he competed at Grand Prix dressage and is proving himself as a sire of Dressage horses

Don Primero

(2) Don Primero was an international dressage horse and the producer of at least 15 international dressage horses

  Donnerhall

(3) Donnerhall is the most successful dressage horse in the world and looks back on an exemplary career. He managed like no other sire of his generation to combine success in breeding and in sport alike. In 1986 Donnerhall was the German DLG Champion in Hanover. After many wins in Grand Prix, Grand Prix Special and freestyle classes at International level he became German champion in Mannheim with his constant rider Karin Rehbein in 1994, team world champion and individual bronze medal winner in The Hague. This was followed by another climax in 1997: Team gold and individual bronze at the European Dressage Championships in Verden. In 1998 he was once more included in the German world championship team and with Karin Rehbein was a member of the gold medal team in Rome, where he attained fourth place in the individual results. Donnerhall won the World Cup European League, as well as being the Oldenburg dressage stallion of the year in 1997 and 1998 respectively.

He is a prolific sire of dressage horses and has at least 60 who have competed internationally.

Donnerwetter

Donnerhall's father Donnerweter was himself an International dressage horse. He has produced over 50 graded sons and 35 state premium mares.

Pik Bube

(4) Fantasia's sire Pik Bube was a Grand Prix dressage horse, his sire

Pik Koenig

 Pik Koenig (PikAs/Abhang)s/is considered the most important son of the famous Thoroughbred sire of showjumpers, Pik As xx. Pik König sired 19 Approved sons and 22 State Premium mares. His offspring - such as Pirol 37 - were mainly successful in showjumping. With a dressage index of 126, and a jumping index of 131, Pik König had an overall rating of 129. His sire, Pik As xx stood at the State Stud Celle from 1953-69, where he sired four approved sons.  

World Cup I

(5) World Cup I is recognised as an important dressage sire with numerous offspring competing at International level.

Graditz

(6) Graditz is the sire of the famous International dressage horse Gigilo and also produced several stallion sons.

Grande

His sire Grande was a famous show jumping sire who produced numerous stallion sons and also had a number of international show jumping and dressage progeny.  

Grande produced 33 approved sons, 34 states premium mares and sent three of his showjumping progeny to the Olympic Games – Grande Giso (Holland), Grande (USA) and Gute Sitte (Belgium).
His grand children seem to have been the real stars – Galapagos with Gabriella Grillo represented Germany at the 1982 World Championships, and was one of the first stars of the ‘new’ class, Freestyle Dressage to Music. Grandeur (Gralsritter) won over a million Deutschmarks in a spectacular showjumping career, and since then has proven himself as a superior sire. Grande’s son Graphit sired winners of over almost two million DM and sired one of the most important jumping stallions of them all, Grannus. The Graphit son, Grundstein was one of Germany’s leading stallions before his export to the United States. Another son, Graditz sired Isabell Werth’s Olympic and World Championship star, Garibaldi II sired the American dressage star Gifted who carried Carol Lavell to a team bronze at the 1992 Games and placed 4th individually. Garibaldi II died at the age of only 14 which was a great loss.
Grunnox (by Grunewald) was another top dressage horse, this time with Monica Theodorescu, and together they were members of the 1992 Gold Medal team in Barcelona.

(7) Lisa's sire Lindberg was considered an important Show Jumping sire

FOALS

magnolia

Matilda

Serendipty

WARONESS  SOLD

 

 

Head Stud Book Hanoverian mare 2001. Imported 2007

2013 - her 6 year old son placed in the World Breeding Championship dressage finals

 

Walt Disney (1) World Cup I (2) Woermann (3)
Sendernixe St Pr
Gradessa St Pr Grenadier
Dimla
Baroness Bolero (4) Black Sky xx
Baronesse
Gaby Grande (5)
Sabina

Walt Disney

(1)Walt Disney, a dressage stallion , a half brother to Hanover's major sire Weltmeyer (both were sired by World Cup I). He is also a half brother to the important dressage sire Warkant I. Walt Disney has long been proven as an excellent brood mare sire, and the influence of World Cup I via the dam of a horse can't be valued high enough.

World Cup I

(2)World Cup I An influential Woermann son is World Cup 1 standing since 1981. He comes from a Sender/Lugano I mother, which proved a very good combination, with so far 16 sons licensed, five of them standing in Celle. These Woermann sons are producing very correct horses with very good movement. World Cup I is in third place in his age group in the national dressage horse ranking, and so far his best son is Weltmeyer.

Woermann

(3) Woermann His dam Mandate is one of the few daughters of the Schelderhan Thoroughbred, Marabou xx who made prominent appearances. The damline furthermore brought forth such well-known sires as Ambassadeur (private stallion Oldenburg), Ariston (private stallion Hanover), Boredo (private stallion Westphalia), Dior (Warendorf state stallion), Döbeln (Celle state stallion), Dornheld, Firn, Jupiter, Seemann and Sempach (all Neustadt / Dosse state stallion), Gambler's Star (private stallion Hanover), Mylord (Marbach state stallion) as well as Partisan and the top sire of showjumpers Sender (both Celle state stallions).
Bolero

(4) Bolero, a classic foundation stallion in the Hanoverian Verband, is one of the few sires to produce a new foundation stallion, Brentano II, along with other top stallions, Bismarck and Brentano I. Also, three of Bolero's descendants medaled at the 2004 Olympics in Athens--Beauvalais ridden by Spain's Beatriz Ferrer-Salat, Bonaparte ridden by Germany's Heike Kemmer and Brentina ridden by American Debbie McDonald.

Grande

(5) Grande was a famous show jumping sire who produced numerous stallion sons and also had a number of international show jumping and dressage progeny.  

Grande produced 33 approved sons, 34 states premium mares and sent three of his showjumping progeny to the Olympic Games – Grande Giso (Holland), Grande (USA) and Gute Sitte (Belgium).
His grand children seem to have been the real stars – Galapagos with Gabriella Grillo represented Germany at the 1982 World Championships, and was one of the first stars of the ‘new’ class, Freestyle Dressage to Music. Grandeur (Gralsritter) won over a million Deutschmarks in a spectacular showjumping career, and since then has proven himself as a superior sire. Grande’s son Graphit sired winners of over almost two million DM and sired one of the most important jumping stallions of them all, Grannus. The Graphit son, Grundstein was one of Germany’s leading stallions before his export to the United States. Another son, Graditz sired Isabell Werth’s Olympic and World Championship star, Garibaldi II sired the American dressage star Gifted who carried Carol Lavell to a team bronze at the 1992 Games and placed 4th individually. Garibaldi II died at the age of only 14 which was a great loss.
Grunnox (by Grunewald) was another top dressage horse, this time with Monica Theodorescu, and together they were members of the 1992 Gold Medal team in Barcelona.

 

Foals

Dynamique

ROUNDHILLS MAYFLOWER ready to cover Gone

 

Arab x Saddlebred Born 1996

Sire : Moonshine Vision  Dam Sire:Quadeha

 

Roundhills Mayflower Moonshine Vision (1) Zalaman (2) Manzala /Mikeno(3)
Golden Amba/Goldmount Majesty (4)
Cornish Venture Frogmore Irish Gold
Southern Fantasy
Shulay Saphire Quadeha (5) Donax (6)
Krysia
Just Jubilee Chestnut Golden Miracle
Just Honey

Moonshine Vision

(1)Moonshine Vision was Reserve Supreme British National Champion in 1987. He was Junior National Champion, won 13 firsts, 6 Championships and 6 reserve Championships and 12 trophies from 15 shows.

. He was a very popular stallion and is the sire of several stallions and has a great grandson standing in Belgium

Zalaman

goldmount bourbon genius

Mikeno

 

Goldmount Majesty (Saddlebred)

Dam Line

picture of greyhound Quadeha Quadehara (Arab)

 

Donax (Arab)

 

Foals

Double Cream

De la Creme

2003:Buckskin filly by Renkum Valentino

2005:Cremello filly by Treliver Decanter

2007: Palomino filly by Treliver Decanter

2008: Palomino filly by Treliver Decanter

2010: Cremello colt by Treliver Decanter

 

 

TRELIVER DIVA

 

Main Stud Book BWBS

3/4 Trakehner x TB. Born 1997

Treliver Diva Maestro (1) Matador (2) Donauwind (3)
PS Maritza
Maike II Herzkoenig
Maigraefin
Hals Angel (3) Roland Arminius
Maerchenstunde/Hessenstein/Komet (4)
Halcyon II South Pacific
Bubble Bath II

Maestro Maestro

(1)Maestro was born in 1987 and was by the DLG champion stallion Matador, out of Maike II by Herzkönig - Maigraf xx - Hansakapitän.  His dam line was that of O181B2 Malvenblüte, which originated after WWI in Gestüt Hunnesrück and traces back to Mascotte by Adamas ox, a grey mare at Trakehnen. This particular family also stands for such stallions as Marduc, Magnet, Märchenstein, Marlo, Roland, Merkur, Magister or the young Mon Baron.

Maestro, who competed at M levels in dressage as a younger stallion, stood at stud in Germany (e.g. Gestüt Hämelschenburg and Gestüt St. Stephan), in Great Britain (Muschamp Stud) and then later in France for Mr. Green.  Long time care taker Anais Sauvage said he was a much loved center of the household and actually roamed free on the farm, more like a giant dog than a breeding stallion.

Maestro left a number of good performance horses in Great Britain, e.g. Muschamp Impala who competed at advanced levels in eventing.  As Maestro was such an international stallion, it is no surprise to see that his son Highfield Vivaldi stands at stud in Australia

Matador

(2)Matador's offspring have been famous from the very first minute. Eight of his sons are approved .

MATADOR’s strongest influence on the breed has been through his daughters; 143 are registered in Germany and many live all over the Trakehner world. HELENA XIV for example, the dam of the stallions HOHENSTEIN I + II (by Caprimond). Another famous MATADOR daughter is the premium and state premium mare MIAMI, dam of the outstanding stallions MICHELANGELO (by Pasteur xx) and MONTEVERDI (by Partout, champion stallion in 1998). Through this mare, MATADOR established his best line, since five of MICHELANGELO’s sons were approved. KENNEDY, for example, the most expensive stallion ever (sold for over DM400,000) and his full brother KENSINGTON. And also the premium stallion GUY LAROCHE (out of Galante V by Lucado, another Donauwind son). The approved stallion FEINGEIST by Van Deyck also comes from a MATADOR daughter, FIRE LADY.

 

Donauwind by Pregel, Foto: Archiv Donauwind

 

(3) Donauwind was the sire of many top level dressage and breeding horses, including Dr Reiner Klimke's Fabian and Olympic Gold Medallist Abdullah

Abdullah by Donauwind - Olympia Gold und Silber Abdullah

Roland Roland

 picture of greyhound Arminius Armenius Kurfuerst

 

(3) Roland was himself three times Champion Trakehner Stallion and produced numerous winners in hand and at top-level under saddle

Roland is the sire of Goddington Hanibal

Hannibal

He was on the Swedish Olympic Team short list for Athens 2004, has an extensive international eventing career at Advanced (3 star) level and was the winner of BHF prize for top eventing stallion under 9

 

Hessenstein

(4) Hessenstein was a very popular stallion of his time in the Trakehner breed and sired over 10 approved sons for the breed. He stood at Stud in Celle for some time, where his influence in Hanover originates, although it is rather marginal today. Hessenstein's stallion line is almost gone entirely, but a few of his sons turned out to be excellent brood mare sires, among them Karwendelstein, Märchenstein and especially Persaldo. In competition, the line contributed to international dressage and eventing through various branches.

. Komet

Born in 1952, Komet the black Trakehner was a champion and top prize winning stallion of particular beauty who stood as Chief Stallion at Schmoel.  He then went on to stand at the state-run establishment at Achselschwang in Bavaria where he contributed to the Bavarian horse breeding industry numerous premium mares and licensed stallions.  He was a great mover, demonstrating energetic, rhythmical paces.  Komet proved to be an important producer of excellent quality riding and competition horses.

 

 

 

2003: Black filly by Renkum Valentino

2007:Palomino filly by Treliver Decanter

2008:Chestnut filly by Treliver Decanter

2009: Buckskin filly by Treliver Decanter

 

 

DANA L'AMOUR

Main Stud Book Hanoverian

2002 Imported 2008

 

Di Caprio Davignon (1) Donerhall (5)
Piroschka
St Pr. Rike (2) Raphael/Ramiro Z
St Pr.Perdita (3)
Highlight Hitchcock Hill Hawk
Agave
Wenja Wenzel I (4)
Shanty

Davignon

(1) Davignon I is one of the most influential sires in Germany today. There is rarely a mare show, approval, licensing or championship where he does not exert is influence to a large degree. He was the 1992 Federal Champion and has sired more than 25 licensed sons and numerous state premium mares.

Raphael       Ramiro Z Ramiro Z

(2) Rike was the winner of her class at the 1993 Neuenfelde Show and has received a number of high premiums.

Raphael progeny has won over 2 million DM in sport and his most famous son Radiator is a world class showjumper. His son Ravallo was the highest scoring performance test winner in Medingen with an overall index of 155.43 and a rideability index of 157.52. Raphael was by

Ramiro Z. Ramiro Z has become famous worldwide and is duly called the Euro-stallion of his day. He gave a new dimension to sport horse breeding and is arguably the most influential jumping stallion ever. Died 1996

  Pik Bube

(3)Perdita was ranked as one of the ten best mares of the Hanoverian breeding region by her mare performance test and won the 1988 Neuenfelde Show.   Perdita was by Pik Senior who was by Pik Bube.  Pik Bube was a Grand Prix dressage horse, his sire Pik Konig was considered an important Show Jumping sire.

Wenzel I  Wenzel I

 (4) Wenzel I There are not many stallions that have been as successful as Wenzel 1, with 612 competition horses in Germany alone, winning of DM880,000 and almost all that in the dressage arena. On the world breeding in 2001 he had 7 international competitors listed which ranked him 10th for the period 1992-2001. He was the winner of his performance test in 1979, became the best stallion of 1980 and was the 1982 reserve champion at the DLG. In Hannover alone he left 1,208 progeny, including 350 broodmares, 68 of them state premium mares. At the elite auction he was represented by 80 offspring. Eight riding horses and one approved son sold for more than DM100,000- the first to break the 100K Barrier was Walk on Top who later won the 1998 World Cup Final with Sweden's Louise Nathhorst. At the 2001 European Championships, his son, Weldon Surprise performed excellently for his Portuguese rider Daniel Pinto. Wenzel was also an excellent sire of stallions including- Wousselt, Western Star, Westerland, Westerbury and through Western Star, Jonggers Weyden. He was to his dying day a grand old horse, with that air of someone that knew they were very special.
 
  Donnerhall

(5) Donnerhall is the most successful dressage horse in the world and looks back on an exemplary career. He managed like no other sire of his generation to combine success in breeding and in sport alike. In 1986 Donnerhall was the German DLG Champion in Hanover. After many wins in Grand Prix, Grand Prix Special and freestyle classes at International level he became German champion in Mannheim with his constant rider Karin Rehbein in 1994, team world champion and individual bronze medal winner in The Hague. This was followed by another climax in 1997: Team gold and individual bronze at the European Dressage Championships in Verden. In 1998 he was once more included in the German world championship team and with Karin Rehbein was a member of the gold medal team in Rome, where he attained fourth place in the individual results. Donnerhall won the World Cup European League, as well as being the Oldenburg dressage stallion of the year in 1997 and 1998 respectively.

He is a prolific sire of dressage horses and has at least 60 who have competed internationally.

Donnerwetter

Donnerhall's father Donnerweter was himself an International dressage horse. He has produced over 50 graded sons and 35 state premium mares.

 

 

2010: Palomino colt by Mc Jonnas
WONNE

 

Head stud book Hanoverian mare.

Imported in 2003

 

 
Wenzel I Woermann Woehler
Mandat
Mon Cherie Servus
Weissbeere St Pr
Angelina Absatz Abglanz
Landmoor
Veruschka Valentino xx
Landschaft

Wenzel I  Wenzel I

 

(1) Wenzel I There are not many stallions that have been as successful as Wenzel 1, with 612 competition horses in Germany alone, winning of DM880,000 and almost all that in the dressage arena. On the world breeding in 2001 he had 7 international competitors listed which ranked him 10th for the period 1992-2001. He was the winner of his performance test in 1979, became the best stallion of 1980 and was the 1982 reserve champion at the DLG. In Hannover alone he left 1,208 progeny, including 350 broodmares, 68 of them state premium mares. At the elite auction he was represented by 80 offspring. Eight riding horses and one approved son sold for more than DM100,000- the first to break the 100K Barrier was Walk on Top who later won the 1998 World Cup Final with Sweden's Louise Nathhorst. At the 2001 European Championships, his son, Weldon Surprise performed excellently for his Portuguese rider Daniel Pinto. Wenzel was also an excellent sire of stallions including- Wousselt, Western Star, Westerland, Westerbury and through Western Star, Jonggers Weyden. He was to his dying day a grand old horse, with that air of someone that knew they were very special.

Woermann

(2)Woermann The Woermann group is today very much in demand by breeders. Standing from 1975-1988, Woermann was very good in conformation in all respects. and passes this to his offspring. An influential son is Wenzel I, a very prepotent stallion-you can always identify a Wenzel offspring-who has stood since 1980. He has sired many expensive auction horses. German National Champions in the riding-horse competition, and one of his daughters is already the Finnish dressage champion. His offspring are pure dressage horses.

Absatz Abglanz

(3) Absatz is one of the stallions who had the biggest influence in changing the appearance the of the Hanoverians within the last 20-30 years to a more modern. elegant type.

Abglanz, a Trakehner, sired the famous Absatz, who stood from 1964-1982.

(4) Wonne herself is the dam of a licensed stallion in Germany and the grandmother of another

 

2004:Chestnut colt by Don Vino

2009: Chestnut colt by Treliver Decanter

RETIRED

 

HALS ANGEL

Main Stud Book BWBS

Trakhener x TB mare bred in 1988

Hals Angel Roland Armenius Kurfuerst
Arcona
Maerchenstunde Hessenstein/Komet
Maerchenbluete
Halcyon II South Pacific xx Doutelle xx
Polynesia xx
Bubble Bath II Luxury Hotel xx
Trapatha
 

click to enlargeRoland Roland

(1) Roland was himself three times Champion Trakehner Stallion and produced numerous winners in hand and at top-level under saddle

 

Roland is the sire of Goddington Hanibal

Hannibal

He was on the Swedish Olympic Team short list for Athens 2004, has an extensive international eventing career at Advanced (3 star) level and was the winner of BHF prize for top eventing stallion under 9

 

 picture of greyhound Arminius Armenius Kurfuerst

 

Hessenstein

(2) Hessenstein was a very popular stallion of his time in the Trakehner breed and sired over 10 approved sons for the breed. He stood at Stud in Celle for some time, where his influence in Hanover originates, altough it is rather marginal today. Hessenstein's stallion line is almost gone entirely, but a few of his sons turned out to be excellent brood mare sires, among them Karwendelstein, Märchenstein and especially Persaldo. In competition, the line contributed to international dressage and eventing through various branches.

. Komet

Born in 1952, Komet the black Trakehner was a champion and top prize winning stallion of particular beauty who stood as Chief Stallion at Schmoel.  He then went on to stand at the state-run establishment at Achselschwang in Bavaria where he contributed to the Bavarian horse breeding industry numerous premium mares and licensed stallions.  He was a great mover, demonstrating energetic, rhythmical paces.  Komet proved to be an important producer of excellent quality riding and competition horses.

 

 

Hals Angel is the dam of  Treliver Hertzberg * eventer and Treliver Talulah

Treliver Hertzberg Treliver Talulah

 

1991:Bay colt by Kensons Aragorn

1992:Chestnut colt by Kensons Aragorn

1993:Black filly by Kensons Aragorn

1995:Black filly by Kensons Aragorn

1996:Brown filly by Kensons Aragorn

1997:Black filly by Maestro

1998:Chestnut colt by Kensons Aragorn

2001:Bay colt by Dimaggio

2003:Chestnut filly by Kensons Aragorn

2007: Chestnut colt  by Treliver Decanter

2008: Palomino colt by Treliver Decanter

 

OMIRELLA

 

Died 2009

Head Stud Book Oldenburg and Hanoverian Performance Tested. Imported in 2005

Sire: Consul  Dam Sire: Odysseus

 

Omirella Consul (1) Swazi xx Herero
Sayonara
Cornau (2) Lothar
Corry
Odina Odysseus (3) Orbis xx
St Pr. Dorferz
Gerrit Schoener Abend (4)
Golfweise

Consul - 6-years old, Foto: Archiv Consul

(1)Elite stallion Consul by Swazi xx out of ES+Pr St Cornau by Lothar - Altan. This amazing bay stallion had already left a huge stamp on the Trakehner breed when he started his late career in Hanover. He provided the perfect mix of "noblesse and caliber", a stallion almost perfect in his harmonious body, his top line, the correctness of his foundation and the masculine expression of his face. Consul added much needed (and very high quality) blood through his sire Swazi xx, who also sired the 3/4 brother Comtesso and the international CCI*** eventer and approved stallion Grand Prix. Swazi's maternal brother Saros xx was an equally successful TB import into the warmblood breeds.

(2)Consul's damline is among the best of the breed, especially because of an endless list of highly successful sport horses. The foundation mare was Corrida, a Bussard-daughter from Trakehnen, whose big family has branched out today and also produced such individuals as the two-times Olympic show jumper Almox Prints J, the Hanoverian approved Trakehner Connery, the popular Trakehner premium stallion Cadeau, the proven performance sire Cornus, as well as the younger Checkpoint and Carel Deak.

Swazi xx Cornau

Odysseus. Graded Hanoverian, Danish Warmblood, Bavarian and BWBS. International Grand Prix show jumper. In 1980, he won the puissance at the stallion grading show in Denmark at a height of 6'6.''

 

Schoener Abend

The sire of several lic. stallion sons including the prolific stallion Schabernack

2006: Bay colt by Treliver Decanter

2007:Bay filly by Treliver Decanter

2008: Bay colt by Treliver Decanter

 

 

MARY LOU

Jen standing

PB Arab. Born in 1990

Sire: Indians Shariya  Dam Sire: Forest Fiddler

14.3hh Skewbald

Mary Lou Indian Shariya Indian Magician
Shimagic
Mary Anne Forest Fiddler

Dam of :

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Treliver Di Zauberer wins the

Open Intermediate Working Hunter at Wincanton. He has qualified for the Dessert Orchid Open Intermediate Working Hunter at the Summer Nationals

 

 

1993:Chestnut filly by Kensons Aragorn

1995:Chestnut filly by Kensons Aragorn

1997:Coloured filly by Kensons Aragorn

1998:Coloured filly by Kensons Aragorn

2000:Coloured filly by Kensons Aragorn

2004: Coloured colt by Treliver Decanter

2007: Coloured filly by Treliver Decanter

 

FELINE

 

Sadly died July 2007

Main Stud Book Hanoverian. Imported in 2005

Sire: Feinbrand  Dam Sire: Eldorado

16.3hh Chestnut

2006: Palomino filly by Treliver Decanter

2007: Palomino colt to Treliver Decanter

KRYSTAL

Krystal troting

 

 

Died 2009

Born in 1983. Dam of Treliver Decanter

Sire: Grandferdell G. Sire: Graditz  Dam Sire: Kerrygold

16.3hh Palomino

Graditz

 

Graditz is the sire of the famous International dressage horse Gigilo and also produced several stallion sons.

Grande

His sire Grande was a famous show jumping sire who produced numerous stallion sons and also had a number of international show jumping and dressage progeny.  

Grande produced 33 approved sons, 34 states premium mares and sent three of his showjumping progeny to the Olympic Games – Grande Giso (Holland), Grande (USA) and Gute Sitte (Belgium).
His grand children seem to have been the real stars – Galapagos with Gabriella Grillo represented Germany at the 1982 World Championships, and was one of the first stars of the ‘new’ class, Freestyle Dressage to Music. Grandeur (Gralsritter) won over a million Deutschmarks in a spectacular showjumping career, and since then has proven himself as a superior sire. Grande’s son Graphit sired winners of over almost two million DM and sired one of the most important jumping stallions of them all, Grannus. The Graphit son, Grundstein was one of Germany’s leading stallions before his export to the United States. Another son, Graditz sired Isabell Werth’s Olympic and World Championship star, Garibaldi II sired the American dressage star Gifted who carried Carol Lavell to a team bronze at the 1992 Games and placed 4th individually. Garibaldi II died at the age of only 14 which was a great loss.
Grunnox (by Grunewald) was another top dressage horse, this time with Monica Theodorescu, and together they were members of the 1992 Gold Medal team in Barcelona.

(7) Lisa's sire Lindberg was considered an important Show Jumping sire

 

1998: Bay colt by Kensons Aragorn

2000: Bay colt by Kensons Aragorn

2001: Palomino colt by Dimaggio

2004: Chestnut filly by Dimaggio

2006: Bay filly by Kensons Aragorn

 

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