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Dante’s Stern


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Color: dark bay

Born: 2015

Height: 168cm

Approved for: all southern breeding organisations 

WFFS negative

Dante’s Stern was the radiant champion stallion at the Stallion Days of the German Sport Horse in Munich with great prerequisites for a career in breeding and sport. Dante’s Stern presents himself with three outstanding basic gaits and a powerful and dynamic hind leg. He convinces with exemplary balance and outstanding elasticity. In an exciting bidding duel against international dressage stables, this sporty young stallion was secured together with Madeleine Winter-Schulze for the ambitious dressage horse breeding in the DSP breeding areas. After 2020, Dante’s Stern also qualified for the Bundeschampionat in 2021 under the saddle of Anna Weilert. Among other things, he won a Bundeschampionat qualification with a score of 8.5 and added further placings in medium (M) level dressage horse tests to his record of success. His foals are convincing with great movement potential and have been nominated for many premiums and championships.
His Grand Prix successful sire, Dante Weltino, was part of the Swedish dressage team at the European Championships in Gothenburg under Therese Nielshagen, where he won the team bronze medal and placed among the top 5 in the individual rankings. The offspring of his dam’s sire, Fidertanz, who is also a Grand Prix successful stallion, are also outstanding in sport. Among others, he sired the current winner of the Nuremberg Burgpokal Flamboyant under Isabell Werth. Rohdiamant, a third-generation sire, is another Grand Prix-successful sire in direct succession, so that rideability and dressage disposition are optimally secured in the pedigree of Dante’s Stern. The Oldenburg line of Tambella also produced the licensed stallions Cordial Medoc, Rocher d’ Or and the licensed and internationally successful Le Cou Cou.