Rivendell Freeda

Pedigree profile of Rivendell Freeda

Freeda is not the tallest filly, but she can move! By imported frozen semen of the stallion Diamonit out of a Hannoverian mare, she has what it takes, genetically, to make it into the big arenas one day.

Freeda’s sire Diamonit was the most coveted horse at the 2009 PSI Auction. Diamonit was impressive even as a young horse, completing his licensing tests as premium stallion. In his 30-day test, he achieved high scores of up to 9.75 and, in 2007, he was the stunning Oldenburg Regional Champion. This exceptional mover is now competing successfully in medium level dressage classes that reflect his age and training level, and we’re convinced that he has a fantastic career ahead of him in the dressage arena.

Sire, Diamond Hit, successful at Grand Prix level, has produced offspring that sold for high prices at auctions in 2009 and he is consistently siring top-level competition horses. Diamond Hit’s progeny have collectively won nearly EUR 80,000, ten have already won advanced level classes and over 22 of his stallion offspring are approved. Maternal grandsire, Santander H, combines the outstanding genes of heroes Sandro and Contender, and produces remarkably versatile horses with both dressage and jumping abilities.

Diamonit’s foals are absolutely beautiful with a dry and aesthetic conformation, athletic build and impressive movements. The best example is the premium stallion “Diatano” at the licensing in Westphalia in 2009.

Flower Power is a hannoverian mare by Fivestar out of Rudina. Fivestar is by the well known stallion Florestan I.

Florestan was born in 1986 and as a foal he impressed all with his type, expression and basic gaits. Temperament and character were highlights of this young colt. Very lucrative offers were declined from USA, and Florestan was sold to the Westphalen State Stud who had put first option on him as a foal. From the Nordrhein Westphalen State Stud he has influenced warmblood breeding immensely. Florestan has clearly stamped a dynasty of performance and breeding horses.

In 1988 Florestan was the undisputed winner of the Rheinland Licensing. He fulfilled expectations by Winning the Performance Test in Warendorf in 1989. He acheived a total index of 129.02.

His critics were silenced after his first foal crops proved his reproducing powers. His foals all replicated their sire’s excellent traits. Progeny from those first years impressed so much that Florestan was moved to the main breeding station in Warendorf.

Florestan and his progeny are well known all over the world. To name a few, the Bundeschampions, Fidermark, Ferrara S, French Kiss, the World Dressage Champion, Fürst Heinrich, Florencio, 3rd placegetter of World Dressage Championship finals in Las Vegas, Floriano,the best horse in the finale of the German Dressage Derby, Florianus, Stallion Licensing Champions, Future (NRW) and French Kiss (Baden-Wurttenburg), Oldenburger Main Premium Winner, Fürst Heinrich and Florencio. Bavarian Main Premium Winner Florestano, the Performance Test Champions Faveur, Fidermark, Fielmann, and Freestyle, NRW winning mare Fiedergirl, top priced stallion from the Hannoverian Licensing 2006, First Dance and Westphalen Reserve Champion and NRW Auction top price, Fleur Rubin. These are just some of his progeny and their achievements..

Florestan showed very early that he could create his own stallion line and strengthen and continue the line from his ancestors. This is evident in his sons and grand sons. Florestan has delivered since 1993 at least one Licensed son each year and many of those were honoured as Premium Stallions. In 2000, there were 15 sons at the NRW Licensing. Ten sons were licenced with the stallion, Future being Champion. Others included Fürst Heinrch, Floresco, Fielman and Floriano. Other associations have had their share of Florestan sons also. Fürstenreich, Fit for fun, and Florencio in Oldenburg, French Kiss in Baden-Wurttenberg, Florestano and Florentano in Bavaria, and First Dance in Hanover.

Florestan progeny have always done well in competition and in 2003 Fürst Heinrich was World Dressage Champion as a 5 year old. In 2004 Florencio was World Dressage Champion as a 5 year old and French Kiss was World Dressage Champion as a 6 year old.

In 2004 Florestan progeny dominated the NRW Licensing. The first three premium placings were by Florestan sons and Florestan himself.. Champion Stallion was Fidertanz (Fidermark), Reserve Champion was Fürst Grandios (Fürst Heinrich), 2nd Reserve Flovino (by Florestan). Nine sons in total were NRW Licensed that year and a further 13 stallions by Florestan sons and grand sons were also Licensed.

In 2006 Hannoverian Licensed Stallion, First Dance sold for 400,000EU.

Florestan’s pedigree shows a successful combination from various bloodstreams coming together. His sire, Fidelio originated through Hannoverian breeding and was sired by Furioso II. Fidelio consistently produced very correct rideable horses with the desired movement and temperament.

Florestan’s dam, St.Pr.St. Raute was 3 year old Rheinland Champion Mare and was awarded State Premium. She fulfilled all expectations being a succesful show and broodmare. She won her class at the Bundes Mare Show in Verden in 1983 and in 1986 at the State Mare Show she was also a winner, a big honour at this show as all top mares from other assocations compete against each other. She wrote breeding history when she produced Florestan 1 and his siblings, including 3 sisters who were all honoured with State Premium status. St.Pr.St. Wachtel by World Champ, St.Pr.St. Palucca by Paretti and St.Pr.St. Wapita by World Champ. Full brother Florestan II was Licensed and also stood at Warendorf stud.

Two other progeny by St.Pt.St. Raute are with Robert Dover, dressage rider in USA.

Florestan’s sister St.Pr.St.Wachtel was the mother of three State Premium Mares, St.Pr.St. Phantasie, by Paretti, St.Pr.St. Dollnitz by Don Bedo I and St.Pr.St. Fayette by Feinsinn.

Well known for his hereditary transmission, Florestan has a Dressage Breeding Index of 146 with 99% accuracy (2006).

Over 100 sons have been Licensed and 190 mares awarded State Premium. 1620 offspring are registered as competition horses with combined winnings of over 1,500,000EU. Florestan not only produces top sons but also top mares for breeding and sport. His progeny are also consistently producing top quality. In Westphalen, Florestan or Florestan progeny have produced 6 times in 8 years, the Champion Mare.

Florestan features as the Dam’s Sire of hundreds of Licenced Stallions, Premium Mares and successful competition horses. Along with his achievements as a Sire, this makes him one of the most Influential Sires in Warmblood history.

Flower Power’s dam, the state premium mare Rudina, is by the stallion Rubin Royal. A stallion with a very magnetic personality. Rubin Royal is a performer and has the power to enchant his audiences. At the licencing for young stallions in 1999 he was awarded the I d-premium. He awed the judges with his brilliant type, sensational movement and great jumping qualities. Wherever Rubin Royal makes an appearance he is always welcomed with a spontaneous applause. His first offspring have already won young horse classes which justifies his 12th place in the German wide Breeding Evaluation List for dressage horses.

In 2000 Rubin Royal completed his stallion performance testing in Adelheidsdorf finishing in fourth place in Leistungsklasse 1, with great critical acclaim from the press. In all aspects of the testing he confirmed his abilities and talents with high scores. After the presentation of his first foals in 2001, Rubin Royal was undisputably awarded the 1 a-Main Premium Stallion in Oldenburg. Rubin Royal, from Seiferts own breeding, is a great example of a multi-talented stallion. In 2001 Rubin Royal was introduced into the dressage competition sport and was quickly qualified for the Bundeschampionat for dressage horses. Since then, in partnership with Dieter Weichert, he has won Prix St. George, Intermediare 1 and has qualified for the Nürnberger Burgpokal finals.

His father is the champion stallion Rohdiamant. The mother Rumirell has birthed three full brothers after Rubin Royal: Romanov, the young stallion-reserve winner from the Oldenburg stallion approvals in Oldenburg 2002 and Danish champion of four-year-olds, Rumicello and Rubino Vincento. The mother’s father Grundstein II has been consistently producing internationally successful dressage and jumping horses in the Worldclass-Niveau. The high rideability component of these horses comes from the third generation father, Akzent II. The offspring from Rubin Royal is exceptionally elegant with fascinating movement and character. From the first group of offspring is the sensational Rubin Cortes, the first approved son and also the approved young stallion-reserve winner from the Oldenburg stallion approvals in 2003. Since then there have been five approved sons in various breeding areas such as Oldenburg, Hannover, and Westfalen- alltogether they have a seldom seen quality. At the Oldenburg Foal Auction in 2004 the Rubin Royal son, Radisson, was the highest seller for 40,000 Euros.

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