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Valparaiso

Stallion, Westphalian, *2011
Breeder: Josef Deimel

Vitalis Vivaldi Krack C
Renate-Utopia
Tolivia D-Day
Nalivia
St.Pr.St. Final Destination St.Pr.St. Final Destination DE 441410851604 Fürst Piccolo Fidermark
Verb.Pr.St. Medusa
St.Pr.St. Randy DE 341410062690 Rheingold
Fabiola DE 341410173775

In 2015 Valparaiso made his debut as a victorious dressage horse in tests for young horses, receiving high scores for his basic gaits and rideability. This confirmed the esteem in which he was held as 1st Reserve Champion of the 2013 Westphalian Main Licensing in Münster-Handorf.

In 2016, the first top placings in international elementary class dressage tests for young horses were added. At the age of seven he jumped into the advanced class with victories. At the World Championships for Young Dressage Horses he placed seventh under Wolfgang Himsl/AUT after winning the Small Final. Afterwards Victoria Max-Theurer/AUT took over the further sportive promotion of Valparaiso. In their first season together the pair celebrated series victories in the international Small Tour.

At the beginning of 2022, Valparaiso made his Grand Prix debut under Laura Strobel. At the tournament in Ankum, the pair ranked third in the Intermediate II with over 71 percent. Internationally, the pair placed very well in Grand Prix and Special in Achleiten in 2022 with over 70 percent.

Also sire Vitalis was reserve winner of the NRW licensing in Münster-Handorf in 2009. He placed at the World Championships for young dressage horses in Verden in 2012 and 2013. In 2016 he became "Stallion of the Year" at the World Championships for Young Dressage Horses in Ermelo and superior winner of the Nuremberg Burgpokal in Frankfurt.

The dam Final Destination is half sister to the licensed Rittersport (by Ritterorden).

The dam's sire, Fürst Piccolo, was stationed as a state stud in North Rhine-Westphalia and sired 18 licensed sons. He himself won dressage competitions up to St. Georges. His offspring often emulate him, over 60 of them placed in advanced level dressage.

The second dam, Randy, also produced the advanced (S) level dressage horses Felino (by Felin) and Royal Flash (by Roman Nature)/Katharina Hemmer, the advanced (S) level show jumper Graf Gayden (by Gracioso) and the medium (M) level dressage horse Fürchtemich (by Fürst Piccolo).

Rheingold and Frühlingstraum II follow in third and fourth place in the pedigree.

The great granddam Fabiolo is a double stallion dam: Disco-Traum (by Disco-Star) and Rimini (by Rheingold).

The Hanoverian mare line of Almsonne also produced the licensed stallions Fuerstensohn (by Feuerzauber), Rhodonit PI (by Rohdiamant), Schwanenritter (by Schwangau), Lamoureux I and II (both by Landadel), Santa Cruz (by Argentinus), Flairon (by Foxiland xx) and Leonboy (by Larome).