Color: dark bay
Approved for: Han., Holst., Oldbg., Rhld., Westph., all South German Associations, Suisse
For Romance I OLD reaffirmed its almost epochal inheritance. More than ten of his sons from his first two years have been licensed; among them the 2nd reserve winner Federico Fellini, the premium stallions For Final, For Dance, Fortunatus, For Faible and Fine Romance as well as the stallion performance test winner and Vice-State Champion Fidelio Royal.
Among his premium mares are the Belgian Champion Mare Frey de Mars and the Oldenburg brilliant ring mare Marutela. Florentina has achieved a top 200,000 Euro prize at the Westphalian Riding Horse-Auction.
In 2016 one of his colts’ placed sixth at the German Foal Championships. Funkenmarie won the Lodbergen Championship and was expensively auctioned off in Borculo/NED. Rosenstolz was the top- prize foal at the foal auction in Münster-Handorf.
The two-times winner stallion For Romance I OLD won his first advanced level dressage classes as seven-years-old and competed in the final of the Nuerberger Burg Pokal.
His sire, Fürst Romancier, was licensed in 2007 and made headlines just two years later when he took fourth place in the World Championships for young dressage horses in the class for five year olds and also fourth place at the Bundeschampionat in Warendorf. Matthias Alexander Rath has taken over Fürst Romancier’s training.
For Romance’s dam line goes back to Voltaire, a Furioso II son who was well-known in breeding and sport the world over. This line is also the origin of the licensed stallions Dusty, Furinos and Platino as well as many international sport horses that were highly successful in show jumping as well as dressage.
In 2012, For Romance’s full sister Fasine took the Oldenburg Champion Mare title – a feat that is so far unique in the history of the Oldenburg Verband.