The Dimitroff, equipped with an extraordinary amount of verve and natural cadence, thrilled the commission and spectators at his Körung 2015 in Münster-Handorf. During his highly acclaimed performances he also proved his remarkable interior and was deservedly proclaimed 1st reserve winner. Under a rider of Dorothee Schneider he achieved four-year-old successes in tests for young riding horses and five-year-old series victories in tests for young dressage horses. As a six-year-old he placed well in international tests for young dressage horses in Ebreichsdorf/AUT and won medium (M) level tests for young dressage horses.
His sire, Dimaggio, placed fourth in the 1999 Bundeschampionat Final for four-year-old riding horse stallions, became World Champion of five-year-old dressage horses in 2000 and was promoted to Grand Prix. More than 25 of his sons have been licensed, including the internationally successful Vorwerk stallion Duração/Wolfgang Himsl/AUT. His offspring are successful in the Grand Prix arena, most notably the Aachen Nations Cup winner Duke of Britain/Frederic Wandres, Discovery OLD/Heiner Schiergen, Di Navarone/Stefan Lehfellner/AUT and Half Moon Delphi/Michael Eilberg/GBR, who won the team silver medal at the 2014 World Equestrian Games in Caen/FRA, and Dono Di Maggio OLD/Emile Faurie/GBR, who secured team bronze at the 2018 World Equestrian Games in Tryon/USA.
The dam St.Pr.St. Blue Bayou has with Livingstone (by Londonderry) and Donna Clara (by Don Crusador) two offspring that are successful in advanced level dressage competitions.
The grandfather Brentano II sired 25 licensed sons. His most successful offspring in sport, who earned more than 670,000 Euros, include 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.
The granddam, Whoopy K, placed in the 1996 Hanoverian Championships for riding horses and later bred the licensed stallion Big Brother to Brentano II, who was successful up to Grand Prix level with Hannes Baumgart, and Brentanus, also successful in Grand Prix level with Victoria Welch/AUS. Her daughter Lea Lustig (by Londonderry) produced the licensed stallion Fantastico (by Florencio I).
Great-grandfather is the stamp stallion Weltmeyer. More than 110 of his sons were licensed. His successful offspring include the World Cup winner Warum Nicht FRH with Isabell Werth, the team Olympic gold medalist Meggle's Weltall with Martin Schaudt, the four-time European Junior Champion Weserperle with Ellen Schulten-Baumer and the European Championship third Wie Weltmeyer with Emma Hindle/GBR.
The great granddam, Lustige, produced the licensed Santano (by Sao Paulo) and the advanced (S) level dressage horse, Garamon (by Großfürst).
Hanoverian mare line of the Sacunda.