2017 Oldenburg GOV Filly
Fantastic opportunity to get a first generation De Niro filly! This filly is an absolute FEI young horse prospect. Super lofty trot with tons of suspension, uphill with a deep step behind. She is showing us an athletic stretchy canter and walk with good flexion in her hocks. She has a strong, confident personality, perfect for the show ring. If you are looking for a breeding prospect for the future, her bloodlines can’t be beat! De Niro will be more difficult to get since he has retired from breeding; get this filly before we decide to keep her! Her full brother was named a Stallion prospect by the GOV at his inspection; we expect great things for this filly. She was born May 21, 2017 via embryo transfer, and is pictured with her surrogate dam.
De Niro, 2008 Hanoverian Stallion of the Year, is referred to as "the embodiment of the Hanoverian stallion." De Niro is an exceptional stallion of superlative type and performance. He is a wonderful combination of the best bloodlines of Oldenburg and Trakehner, with a dash of Thoroughbred, insuring success as a sire of noble sport horses. De Niro has become a legend as a dressage sire, and he has been very successful in sport himself. More than 70 licensed stallions originate from De Niro. His offspring are sought after everywhere and they are always successful.
1997: De Niro was vice champion of the stallion performance test in Adelheidsdorf with a score of 141.93 and champion of rideability with a score of 145.41.
2000: he won Grand Prix dressage tests at the age of seven.
2001: De Niro won the German Championships of Professional Riders with his rider Dolf-Dietram Keller.
2002: He wins International Grand Prix and Grand Prix Special dressage tests in Saumur and Berlin.
2003: Winner of the German Dressage Derby in Hamburg.
2004: De Niro’s son Dancier is the Hanoverian Licensing Champion in Verden, after producing two vice champions in previous years.
2005: De Niro was dam sire of the champion stallion in Verden.
2006: De Niro provides the largest contingent of offspring (14) at the German Young Horses Championships.
2007: De Niro’s son Deveraux became World Champion of the six-year-old dressage horses in Verden. Several of De Niro’s offspring have been victorious in Grand Prix dressage competitions.
2008: De Niro is named Hanoverian Stallion of the Year.
2009: De Niro provided two European champions as well as Dablino, the most successful Grand Prix newcomer.
2010: De Niro is placed fifth on the World Breeding Federation for Sporthorses’ list with 10 internationally successful offspring at Grand Prix level. His son Dablino won the Team Bronze Medal with rider Anabel Balkenhol in Kentucky at the world championships. Desperados by De Niro and his rider Falk Rosenbauer won the German Dressage Derby in Hamburg.
2011: De Niro offspring won a total amount of more than 230,000 Euros. The overall amount of prize value of his descendants reached more than 1,000,000 Euros.
2012: De Niro is ranked first in the ranking of the World Breeding Federation for Sports Horses. Six of his offspring travel to the Olympic games in London: Desperados, Dablino, D’Agostino, Delgado, Donnerfee, and Devon L.
2013: De Niro confirmed his status as best dressage stallion of the world. The German dressage team with Desperados and D‘Agostino won the Gold Medal at the European Championships in Herning. The stallion by De Niro – Rosario, bred by Josef Greten, became champion stallion of the licensing in Oldenburg and was sold for sensational 910,000 Euros to the Danish Olympic rider Andreas Helgstrand.
2014: The German Dressage Team including Desperados and rider Kristina Sprehe and D‘Agostino with rider Fabienne Lütkemeier won the Team Gold Medal at the World Equestrian Championships in Normandy.
2015: De Niro leads the ranking of the World Breeding Federation for Sport Horses for the third time. the overall amount of prize value of De Niro's descendants reached more than 2,400,000 Euros.
Renaissance (Royal Diamond / Fürst Heinrich) is a premium Oldenburg GOV mare. Her first two foals were named Stallion Prospects and Foals of Distinction. She is a lovely mare with a lovely head, well set neck and clean throatlatch. Her lovely suspension and drive from behind personifies the "R" line movement. She has an excellent walk.
Royal Diamond, a son of Rubinstein and full brother of Rohdiamant, is an ideal type who is simply riveting, known for his model movement, quality and rideability. Nearly 40 of Royal Diamond’s offspring have competed at the highest level of dressage. He has sired seven licensed sons and fifteen State Premium mares. Royal Diamond was the clear winner of his performance test in Neustadt/Dosse with a score of 140.65 (150.93 dressage). In 1998 he was the Reserve Champion Stallion at the Main Premium in Oldenburg. He was 1999’s Vice Champion of five-year-old dressage horses.
Renaissance’s dam, Frederica (Fürst Heinrich/Relevant), has produced four Premium Foals, including two Foals of Distinction. Fürst Heinrich won his 30 day stallion test at Münster/Handorf and was World Young Horse Champion in 2003. This extraordinary sire produced over 30 licensed stallions and more than 50 state premium mares. He may be best known as the sire of Oldenburg Champion Stallions Fürstenball and Van the Man.
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