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Fackeltanz OLD

Stallion, Oldenburger, *2005
Breeder: Karl Peters

Florencio I Florestan I Fidelio
St.Pr.St. Raute
Walessa Weltmeyer
Pirelli
St.Pr./El.St. Fackese St.Pr./El.St. Fackese DE 333330362193 Feinbrand Feiner Stern
St.Pr.St. Lagune
St.Pr.St. Falarina DE 333330122076 Thymian xx
St.Pr.St. Fackila III DE 333338293161

In 2012 our Oldenburg reserve winner Fackeltanz OLD placed seven years old under Dorothee Schneider in the Burg-Pokal-Finals. In 2015, after a series of victories in the Grand Tour, he came fourth in the final of the Louisdor Prize for the best young Grand Prix horses. Under the saddle of Stefan Lehfellner he has been successful on the international parquet up to World Cup freestyles since 2018. He finished third in the freestyle at the CDI4* in Achleiten with 77.305 percent.

Fackeltanz OLD is a member of the Oldenburg sport promotion squad.

In 2011, Fackeltanz OLD presented the premium stallion Feu d'Or from his first crop, who is victorious in PSG/Intermediate I under Lena Waldmann. Figeac DC is successful in Grand Prix under Susan Dutta/USA. Farell Royal and Finnick are also victorious in advanced (S) level dressage. At the Oldenburg Brillantring was Fontainebleau, bred by Stud Vorwerk.

His sire Florencio I was Vice Bundeschampion, two-time World Champion of dressage horses and then won the Small Tour internationally. In 2004 he received the Oldenburg main premium for dressage.

His dam, St.Pr.St. Fackese, was the 1996 Champion Mare of the Oldenburg Elite Mare Show in Rastede. She also produced the medium (M**) level dressage horse Domino (by Dormello) and her daughter Fackel (by Florencio I) is the dam of the advanced (S) level dressage horse Fifty-Cent (by Belissimo M).

Dam's sire, Feinbrand, was Reserve Champion Stallion and main premium winner, placed in advanced (S) level dressage competitions and sired ten licensed sons as well as numerous sport horses, including the Junior European Dressage Team Champions Florestan/Kathleen Keller.

The granddam St.Pr.St. Falarina produced the two medium (M) level dressage horses Porthos (by Pascha) and Feingold (by Feinbrand).

With the thoroughbred Thymian xx and Chronist in the third and fourth generation, valuable performance bloodlines follow.

From the traditional Oldenburg line of Fackila come the licensed stallions Bitte schön (by Benicio), AllSaints (by Apache), Brunhard (by Der Oldenburger), Shepard Hit (by Sandro Hit), Dr. Bon Jovi (by Dr. Doolittle), Diamonit I and II (both by Diamond Hit) as well as numerous sport horses that have been successful in the advanced level, such as the European Championship team bronze medalist and World Cup Final Sixth Delaunay OLD/Patrik Kittel.