Winner of Danish Warmblood performance Test in 2015 with 894 points, Don Deluxe was the Champion of the 2013 Oldenburg licensing in Vechta. Don Deluxe is such a significant example of Oldenburg breeding, with his solid frame, lovely lines, elegant front end expression and supple, powerful gaits.
He very much resembles his noble sire De Niro in his body type and carries himself in the easy way that De Niro tends to pass to his offspring, with three good gaits and excellent rideablity. De Niro has , for years, be a leader in the WBFSH dressage rankings.
Sinatra Song is a tall, black, elegant stallion that will deliver in his foals what his pedigree promises. He was Champion/Premium at his kouring in 2005. He also finished in the Reserve position at the 2006 Bundeschampionate, and was the highest scoring 3 year old Hanoverian. "Sinatra" has been a hugely successful sire since the start of his breeding career here at High Point. He consistently produces elegant foals with impeccable movement and sound minds. His offspring has been extremely rideable."
From his first public apperances Charmeur has been considered a real "eye-catcher" and is expected to live up to the example of his world champion sire, Florencio, who in the early 2000's recived multiple 10 ratings for young dressage horse events. His dam's side contains the sucessful Jazz pedigree, which represents a whole line of winning dressage horses.
Dominant refiner with a modern appearance – unique heredity performance – several Bundeschampions, Dressage World Champions, a number of licensing champions, Grand Prix winners and successful progeny at World Cups.
Descendants of Sandro Hit are high in blood, modern, harmonious, equipped with excellent movements and a fascinating appearance. They conquered the scene and made their sire a foundation stallion of modern times. His heredity is full of superlatives never seen before.
His progeny, foals and horses are top at auctions; he sired several champion stallions, participants at championships, Grand Prix winners up to participants at the Olympics. From 2010-2012 he won the ´ USEF/Performance Horse Registry Leading Sire Award` in the USA as the best dressage sire.
Rubinstein was an accomplished dressage performer, he had 40 wins at Grand Prix level, was a member of the 1996 Olympic team, sired 89 state premium mares and 66 approved stallions. He was the sire of many top auction horses and Grand Prix winners. Rubenstein's dam, Antine, was a full sister to three-time Olympic competitor, Amon, and two-time Olympic champion, Ahlerich (rider: Reiner Klimke). Rubinstein's foals can be typified as being very correct and stylish with delicate faces, and an even better trot than their sire's. From his first foal crop, 16 colts received the premium of "stallion contender" and were awarded straight scores of IO. 0 points. They later lived up to the confidence of the inspectors by Rohdiamant's performance test win, wherein he scored 150.01 points. He also became Federal champion 5-year-old dressage horse, scored many dressage wins and was selected for the American Olympic team. Former federal trainer of the German dressage elite, Johann Kinnemann, said of him, ". . when we consider a stallion of the century, we refer to Rubinstein."
What more can be said about Weltmeyer? He is a legend who almost single-handedly reshaped the Hanoverian breed.
Weltmeyer was the 1986 winner of the stallion licensing in Verden and the 1987 winner of the stallion performance test in Adelheidsdorf.
In the same year Weltmeyer also won the three-year-old stallions classification at the Federal Championships of German Riding Horses in Warendorf.
In 1988 he was honored in Verden as best stallion of his age-group and awarded with the prestigious "Freiherr von Stenglin-Prize".
One year later he became DLG Champion 1989 in Frankfurt.
And last but not least he became "Hanoverian Stallion of the Year" in 1998.
Weltmeyer produced 70 licensed sons, all of them are excellent stallions.