Mare, Brown, Oldenburger, *2008
Breeder: Sissy Max-Theurer
Stick-measure: 0 cm
|St.Pr.St. Weltmaus||Weltmeyer||World Cup I|
|St.Pr.St. Donna Bella||Donnerhall|
Hanoverian line of the Delfina
Lombardei, entered in the herd book under the name 'Rendite', received the association premium. She achieved success in tests for young riding and dressage horses.
Her sire Rosandro is also at home at Stud Vorwerk. He won dressage competitions up to Intermediate II. With a total score of 9.1, he won the final qualification at the 2009 Bundeschampionat for five-year-old dressage horses and then took silver in the Warendorf Final with an overall score of 8.8. In 2010 Rosandro took fourth place in the Bundeschampionat Final of six-year-old dressage horses.
The dam St.Pr.St. Weltmaus already had a foal by Argentinus when she was three years old. Afterwards she went in sport, won A and L dressage classes and is trained up to advanced level. Back in breeding she produced the licensed and successful up to advanced level Brunello di Montalcino (by Belissimo M). Bernini VMT (by Breitling W) placed at the 2019 Bundeschampionat for six-year-old dressage horses. Also successful in sport are the Weltmaus offspring Romanze MT and Rosanna (both by Rosandro).
In second and third place in the pedigree follow the stamp stallions Weltmeyer and Donnerhall.
The second dam, St.Pr.St. Bella Donna, bred to Weltmeyer, produced the two licensed full brothers Weltregent H, with Britta Baumgart winning up to Intermediate I, and Weltroyal, placed first in tests for young dressage horses under Hannes Baumgart.
The great granddam St.Pr.St. Pikantje won the riding horse class at the 1981 Bundeschampionat in Munich under Reinhard Baumgart. She produced the licensed Picasso (by Wandersmann xx) and the three state premium mares Alikantje (by Alabaster), Wicarda (by Weltmeyer) and Wariante (by Wandersmann xx).
The fourth dam, St.Pr.St. Lombardei, produced the licensed Marcuzzi (by Matcho AA; medium (M) level show jumper) and the two advanced (S) level show jumpers Pikobello and Pikata (both by Pik Bube I).