|For Romance II||Fürst Romancier||Fürst Heinrich|
|Gesina||Sir Donnerhall I|
As a sire, For Romance II produced three sons who became licensed stallions from his first crop of foals, including Fortron and Friedrich der Grosse. In the dressage arena, he qualified for both the German Championships and Oldenburg Championships for 6-year old dressage horses with Frederic Wandres. At the PSI Auction For Romance II sold for 700,000 euros.
For Romance II‘s sire Furst Romancier was 4th at the 2009 World Championships for 5-year-old dressage horses and at the German championships.
His full brother For Romance I was Oldenburg Champion stallion, record price holder of the Stallion Market, winner of the main premium, Burg Cup finalist and successful in Grand Prix. Another brother is the licensed stallion Furst Donnerhall PS, and his sister is Fasine OLD, Oldenburg Champion Mare, German Champion, P.S.I. price record holder and successful at S level. Another of the dam, Gesina's daughters, Mount St. John Best of All, by Bordeaux, became British Dressage National Champion and was placed up to Small Tour level and produced Best of Mount St. John OLD (by Fürst Romancier) who was Vice Regional Champion and 5th at the German National Championships.
For Romance's damsire Sir Donnerhall was Vice World Champion and German Champion as well as main premium winner. In the next generation we have Don Schufro, the Olympic team bronze winner with Andreas Helgstrand.
Felicity's sire Furstenball won his licensing and stallion performance test, was regional and national champion of Germany, sire of champion stallions, winner of S level dressage classes, 2013 VTV stallion of the year, and number 1 of the FN breeding valuation throughout Germany in 2015 - it is hard to do better at such a young age! With his first crop, Furstenball had produced the champion stallion and top price (400.000 euros) of the 2012 Oldenburg Stallion Days, Follow Me. Up to now, 34 sons of Furstenball have been licensed, often awarded with premiums and some of them sold for record price.
The grandsire Furst Heinrich was dressage horse World Champion and in his short time at stud he sired 49 sons and 56 advanced level/S level dressage horses. The dam line of Mon Amour, which is of French origin, has what it takes: from it stem Sieger Hit, the Oldenburg champion stallion 2007, Hot Spot, the second reserve champion, Desiderio, multi-fascinating stallion, expensive top foals and many more.
Bo is by United (Krack C x TCN Partout). United achieved the highest grade ever awarded in his stallion performance test in the Netherlands with a 9.5 for his predisposition as a dressage horse, for trot and canter. Even as a young horse he competed successfully up to the World Championships in Verden and he made his debut at St. Georges level with more than 70 per cent in 2009. Bo comes from a KWPN mare line full of sport (Dr), preferent and keur mares. Her dam Odaza is by (Olympic) Cocktail (Keur) who is the sire of Jazz, the "dressage sire of the decade".