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“Pure motion elegance”

Liver chestnut stallion, Hanoverian
born 2013, 16.2 hands
Breeder: ZG Friedrich and Edda Kröner, Schüttorf

Licensed 2015 in Münster-Handorf by the Westphalian Verband: 1st Reserve Champion

Currently in sport


Don Primero
World Cup I
Blue Bayou
Brentano II
Whoopy K

Dimitroff, who is equipped with extraordinary impulsion and natural cadence, impressed in Muenster-Handorf commission and audience. During his celebrated performances he also proved his remarkable interieur und was awarded to the deserved 1st reserve victory.

The father Dimaggio placed fourth in the National Championship final of four-years-old riding-stallions in 1999, he became World Champion of five-years-old dressage horses in 2000 and was tranied up to Grand Prix level. 20 of his sons have been licensed up to now, among them Duracao, who is stabled at Stud Vorwerk, too. His offspring are successful in advanced level classes, in the lead Half Moon Delphi, who successfully had competed in international Grand Prix competitions with Michael Eilberg/GBR and who won the team-silver medal in Caen/FRA at the World Equestrian Games in 2014.

The dam Blue Bayou's son Livingstone by Londonderry is successful in medium level dressage tests for young horses.

The grandfather Brentano II sired 25 licensed sons. To his successful offspring in the international sport belong the Grand Prix-horses Bennetton Dream FRH with Tinne Vilhelmson-Silfvén/SWE, Brentina with Debbie Mc Donald/USA, Breanna with Kathleen Raine/USA and Barclay with Carl Cuypers/BEL, who won more than 650.000 Euro.

The granddam Whoopy K placed in the Hanoverian Championships for riding horses in 1996 and brought in pairing with Brentano II the licensed stallion Big Brother, who has achieved successes up to Grand Prix level with Hannes Baumgart, and Brentanus, who is also successful in Grand Prix competitions with Victoria Welch/AUS.

The great-garndfather is the famous stallion Weltmeyer. More than 110 of his sons have been licensed. To his successful offspring belong the World Cup winner Warum Nicht FRH with Isabell Werth, the team Olympic Games winner Meggle's Weltall with Martin Schaudt, the four-time juniors European Champion Weserperle with Ellen Schulten-Baumer and the EC-third Wie Weltmeyer with Emma Hindle/GBR.

The great-granddame Lustige has brought the licensed Santano (by Sao Paulo) and the advanced level dressage horse Garamon (by Großfuerst).

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