Color: dark bay
Approved for: Finland, Hanover, Italy, Mecklenburg, Oldenburg, Rhineland, Sweden, Southern German Stud Books, Westphalia
The important Fürst Romancier stands for sheer unbelievable breeding performance: At the German national championships in Warendorf in 2015, his daughter Fasine triumphed as the champion of six-year-old dressage horses. In the five-year-olds, there were three well-placed finalists by Fürst Romancier, and he was also present in the top placings with the Ridden Horses. Fasine, 2012 winning mare of the Oldenburg Elite Mare Show, was the top price of the PSI-auction in 2015 sold for 1.3 million euros and is the full sister to the licensed stallions For Romance I and II. For Romance I, licensing and main premium winner in Oldenburg, was also a top price, sold for 750.000 euros and, in autumn 2015, made a brilliant debut as stallion sire. For Romance II was premium stallion in 2015. In total, Fürst Romancier can refer to 27 licensed sons. Frequently, Fürst Romancier enriches the German national championships with strong contingents, including in 2016, with the bronze medal winner Farosa PS. At sport horse auctions, he is always part of the lot, for example, his son Fürst Pückler was top price in Vechta in 2014. His progeny, also strikingly successful up to S level, have put Fürst Romancier in the top group of all German dressage stallions, according to the FN breeding value estimation index, with 148 points.
Fürst Romancier was a main premium champion and in 2009 the most successful stallion of his year at the World Championships of 5-year-old dressage horses. At the German national championships, he came second in the qualifiers for the final with a mark of 9.0 before taking fourth place in the final as well as the Young Dressage Horse World Championships. He was awarded the highest marks of between 9.0 and 9.5 for rideability and the three paces at the stallion performance test.
The sire Fürst Heinrich was dressage horse World Champion and in his short time at stud, produced some extraordinary horses, such as the dressage World Champion of 2011 Woodlanders Farouche and the Oldenburg champion stallions Fürstenball and Van the Man. Dam sire Romancier comes from the multi-successful Olympic dam line of Dodona. As a dam sire to significant sires (among them Don Romantic) he has perpetuated his name permanently in the annals of worldwide dressage breeding.
Fürst Romancier is ambassador of the valuable original Oldenburg dam line of Edoste, from which come 15 licensed stallions, amongst them the champion of the German national Championships and European Championship participant Exupéry, the vice German national champion Landjuwel Gold, the Olympian Petit Prince/Ellen Bontje, the Grand Prix winner Avignon (with Thomas Schmitz German Champion) and the international winner at advanced level/S level Questa Vittoria/Thomas Kleis.