Fürstenball’s was a stunning champion stallion at the Oldenburger licensing in 2008, who sold for the record price of EUR 110,000 as a foal at auction.
What a stallion! Every single one of Fürstenball’s performances at the Oldenburg licensing showed off his absolutely incredible willingness, strong nerves and relaxed temperament. Every single stride was uphill and his movements swung through his entire body. This wonderful champion stallion demonstrates three elegant and elastic basic paces and natural impulsion. He’s a young stallion who scored best in his performance test, despite competition from many other excellent stallions in his group.
Sire, Fürst Heinrich, was the impressive 2003 winner of the World Championship of Five Year Old Dressage Horses, and he has produced many first-rate horses. He is high up on the FN breeding index with a score of 151. Maternal grandsire, Donnerhall, is without doubt an excellent stallion, and the dam’s Tierce bloodline consistently produces successful horses, such as the champion stallion in Oldenburg in 2007, Sieger Hit, top-class broodmares and successful advanced level dressage horses.
Fürstenball’s dam, Maradonna, also produced an approved stallion by Dimaggio. This famous dam line, which was founded by breeder Georg Sieverding, with dam, granddam and great-granddam being state premium mares with elite status, leads to our assumption that this stallion will pass on his outstanding genes to his offspring.
Furstenball has gone on to become a solid competition horse and is well renowned as one of the finest progenitors available today.
In 2013, Fuerstenball won his first advanced (S) level classes and Prix St. George tests and during the Oldenburg Stallion parade he was celebrated as the VTV-Dressage Stallion of the Year.
70-Day Stallion Performance Test 2009 Schlieckau: Dressage: 154.98, Jumping: 113.65, Overall: 145.265 (1st/44)