His Sire, Furst Heinrich, as a 5 year old, won the World Championship for Young Dressage horses in 2003 scoring 9 for both walk & trot and 9.6 for canter. He then went on to compete at advanced level and produced 20 licensed sons before his death as a 7 year old.
Florestan I has produced over 70 approved sons, He won his stallion licensing & performance testing. He has been a top producer of sport and breeding stock.
Donnerhall is probably the most influential dressage producer worldwide. His competition career speaks for itself.
Funderdell (Reference Stallion)'s dam line combined with his sire's pedigree is seen in many of top European competition dressage horses. Weltmeyer was possibly one of the best known dressage stallions of our time. To date he has produced over 92 licensed stallions, and 250 State Premium mares. He won his stallion licensing, the performance test, the Federal Championship and the DLG exhibition. He also trained up to Grand Prix level as part of the State Stud in Celle.
Bolero was an important foundation stallion for the Hanoverian breed siring 47 licensed stallions including Brentano I & II and Bismarck. Three Bolero descendants were medalled at the 2004 Olympics. He is known to have passed on his attitude & rhythmic gates producing elegant dressage horses.
Funderdell (Reference Stallion) has 3 excellent paces, and is a fine Progeny of of a modern day Warmblood. He competes Medium level, he is brave and has even been used as a vaulting horse!
Funderdell (Reference Stallion)'s progeny won both the champion and reserve champion filly / mare in the Horse of the Year Show 2012. They have not yet been seen in the dressage arena.
Funderdell (Reference Stallion) Stallion Pedigree: