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TRELIVER DIZZY LIZZY

 

Dark Chestnut filly born 15/06/2010

To make approx. 16.2hh

 

Video 4 months

 

    

Sire: Treliver Decanter Dam: Labamba

Treliver Decanter 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 Konig was considered an important Show Jumping sire.

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

 

 

 

Lauries Crusader xx (1) Welsh Pagent Tudor Melody
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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.