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Freiherr - Dressage stallion Hanoverian - Oldenburg - Selle francais Chestnut 17.1½hh

FreiherrAfter a convincing stallion performance test as the best of the Oldenburg lot in 1979, Freiherr was awarded the title of main premium winner in 1980 due to the assessment of his first crop. He also produced Feiner Stern who is the sire of Feinbrand. Freiher is probably the most prominent son of the famous foundation Furioso II. Freiherr's dam sire Agram and Ferdinand are the basis of world-wide reputation of Hanoverians as being the best show jumpers in the world. Freiherr produces sports horses that are capable of competing internationally in either discipline.

FreiherrFreiherr is regarded as one of the most influential sons of Furioso II, the Selle Français stallion imported to Oldenburg in 1968 by Georg Vorwerk. Freiherr's dam Almentanne, produced two other approved stallions, the full brothers Fürst Agram and Furi Agram. Her sire, Agram produced the international showjumpers Anakonda, Abadir and Agent (who competed at the 1976 Olympics with Paul Schockemöhle, and went on to win DM130,000).

Freiherr won the Oldenburg Stallion licensing in 1978, the next year he won the performance test, and in 1980, he was crowned main premium winner on the basis of his first crop of foals. He has a number of outstanding offspring, including: Weltwunder (champion mare of her age group at Aachen in 1986 and the dam of Donnerschwee), the mare, Love Story, a DLG winner, his champion stallion son, Feiner Stern, and the dressage star, Flashdancer, ridden into 6th place at the WEG in 1994 by the Irish competitor, Anna Merveldt-Steffens..

Furioso II
Furioso Précipitation
Dame De Ranville Talisman
Que je suis Belle


Alkoven I
Freiebiet Freilauf

Goldstern - Dressage Stallion 1972

GoldsternApproved Oldenburg Hanoverian Rheinlander Hessen Westphalen stud books.

Bay 18.2hh

No less than 35 advanced show jumpers make Goldstern a leading sire of competition horses today. Of his younger crops Glorieux, the Oldenburg champion stallion of 1987, German Riding Horse champion of 1988 and reserve champion of the 1989 stallion performance test, is without a doubt his most popular descendant. The approved stallion Goldfurst is successfullycompeting in dressage up to Grand Prix level in the USA.



Goldstern's sire, Gotthard was the most popular sire of show jumpers in the seventies.Ever since a stastistical record of progeny winnings were established in 1975, he had been the leading stallion for show jumping for 7 consecutive years. Goldstern's dam sire Waidmannsdank is a guarantee for rideability and today he exerts an enormous influence via his daughters who produced Akzent II and Gardeulan I & II. Goldstern is the grandsire of Feiner Stern, an impressive stallion.

Goldfisch II Goldammer II
Ampa Amateur I


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