As the 2nd Reserve Champion Stallion of the Westphalian Main Licensing 2020, the beautiful dark bay came to Gestüt Vorwerk as one of the top prizes at the stallion market. Imperial MT won his short test in Münster-Handorf with a score of 8.7.
When he was four years old, Imperial MT was presented at a show for the first time and won a test for young riding horses under the saddle of Laura Strobel. One year later, two international victories followed in Achleiten, where the judges rated the performances with over 90 percent. At the Westfalen-Woche in Münster-Handorf followed a bronze rank in the dressage horse test class L.
The Dutch sire Asgard's Ibiza placed in the World Championship Final for Young Dressage Horses as a five-year-old in 2018 after winning the Small Final. Under Markus Gribbe, he is now a multiple winner at advanced level. From his first licensing years, 28 sons were licensed, including numerous premium stallions.
Out of the dam St.Pr.St. Diva comes already the 2003 licensed stallion Baumann's Maybach (by Münchhausen/T.).
In second and third place in the pedigree follow the sires Davignon I and Apart.
The granddam St.Pr.St. Anastasia produced the Grand Prix dressage horse Enigma (by Ehrentusch), the Intermediate I winner Rousseau (by Rosenkavalier)/Hayley Beresford/AUS and the advanced (S) level dressage horse Wenezia (by Worldchamp) as well as the medium (M) level dressage horses Waleika (by Waky-Nao) and St.Pr.St. Dolega (by Democraat). St.Pr.St. Dolores (by Davignon I) is the dam of Baumann's Apollon (by Ampere)/Marcus Hermes, who was licensed and won Intermediate I. The Verb.Pr.St. Whoopi (by Welt Hit II) produced the advanced (S) level dressage horse Domfee vom Rappenberg (by Don Bedo I). The daughter St.Pr.St. Riga (by Rosenkavalier) has four licensed sons with Farewell I to IV (all by Fidertanz), Farewell I and Farewell III placed up to Intermediate I and her daughter St. Pr.St. Fantasie (by Fidermark NRW) produced three licensed stallions: Dankeschön (by Danone I; PSG/Inter I), Dancing Diamond (by Diamond Hit; PSG/Inter I)) and Davos (by Danone I).
The third dam Farah produced four state premium mares. The St.Pr.St. Alexa (by Apart) produced the licensed stallion Rosenquarz (by Rosenkavalier) and the advanced (S) level dressage horse Duke (by Diamond Hit).
Hanoverian lineage of Kogeta, out of which numerous other sport horses, premium mares and the licensed stallions Licosto (by Licotus), Florentianer (by Florestan I), Adonis (by Ampere) and an still nameless son of Dankeschön licensed in Westphalia in 2020.