DIMAGGIO BLACK: 2016 Black Oldenburg 168 cm: Licensed Westfalen, Oldenburg, Hannover, Rheinland, Mecklenburg, All German Sporthorses – FFS (N/N)
Same dam as Diamond First! This is a wonderful producing mare, which should mean a lot to learned breeders.
A licensed son of the former young horse world champion Dimaggio – who died far too early – can hardly be found these days. A Dimaggio son out of an outstanding dam – who previously produced two premium stallions in Vechta – who wins his stallion performance test (final score 8.73; trot 9.0; rideability 9.13), converts the first tournament start into a victory, and then another comes along with an outstanding basic gait arrangement in the coveted black color of all things! That sounds like a fairy tale from 1001 nights, but it is exactly the calling card of our newcomer from the stud’s own breed: Dimaggio Black!
Father Dimaggio is one of the most popular representatives of the Donnerhall line, even posthumously. He himself was fourth at the Bundeschampionat in 1999, World Champion of five-year-old dressage horses in Arnhem / NED in 2000 and then victorious up to Intermédiaire I. He sired many top horses for modern dressage. 61 of his offspring were able to place in Germany alone in the advanced class, above all Duke of Britain (Frederic Wandres). Dimaggio produced 25 sons who were licensed in Germany for breeding purposes.
The dam FEELA is a THREE TIME STALLION producer. With Christ she already produced the I c premium stallion of the Oldenburg licensing 2011, Cristall, with Diamond Hit 2015 the Vechta premium stallion DIAMOND FIRST, and with Bailamos Biolley the St. Pr. St. Bailea (participant in the Elite Mare Show Rastede 2014).
The dam’s sire, Fürst-Heinrich, was the main premium winner at the 2002 Oldenburg licensing and celebrated world champion of five-year-old dressage horses in Verden in 2003. Within a few years he developed into an absolute star sire with over 30 licensed stallions and more than 50 state and association premium mares.
Via the Holsteiner, Famos and Benedictus, the pedigree leads to a thoroughbred line common in Holsteiner breeding.