2013 Foals of Goldhope Farm

We offer a Furstenball and two Good as Gold foals for 2013

 

  Good as Gold x Tarantella by Idocus = Good Knight

 Sire Good as Gold- 16.2 1/2 Licensed Buckskin Oldenburg Stallion

2006 Oldenburg Stallion was Reserve Champion from all Sporthorse Stallions and awarded his Certified breeding License at his Old/NA licensing at Hilltop Farm Aug 28, 2009 

Good as Gold sired the Reserve Champion Filly at the Hilltop Farm Inspection for Oldenburg/ISR  2011

Full sibling to "Good Noire", 2015 Oldenburg Colt Option available, $15,500.00

* foal may be buckskin, bay, black, or possibly palomino, chestnut or Smoky black

by Good as Gold out of the KWPN mare Tarantella (Idocus x Lecapo) 2013  Oldenburg foal

**Dam Tara has produced 2 premium KWPN foals incl 2  site champions

Her sire Idocus represented Holland in the Olympics. His offspring receive his outstanding gaits and rideability, not to mention jumping ability.  Her Dam's Dam is 3/4 sister to the famous Flemmingh, known for siring dressage stars such as Lingh and Krack C. Her sire, Idocus, was an International Grand Prix horse!

Tara had a First of First Premium KWPN foal by UB40, and in 2010 a super First Premium Foal with the KWPN by Navarone who was First of First in ringing order at Keuring!  She is in the Marebook of the KWPN and the Oldenburg NA

Damsire- Olympic Idocus is a KWPN and ISR/Oldenburg approved, international Grand Prix Dressage stallion, who participated in the 2004 Athens Olympics for the Dutch team.  He is a three-time World Cup participant, placing 6th in 2007 at Las Vegas.  He was Grand Champion of his stallion performance test in 2003, and held the highest jumping score of all the stallions.  In 1994, Idocus was presented to the Dutch Jury at the NA/WPN inspections.  He holds the highest score given in the North American Dutch Keurings, 99AA.  He scored a 9 walk, 8.5 trot, 9.5 canter, 9 for jumping, and a 9 for character.  In 1994, he was Grand Champion of Dressage, and returned in 2006 to win the Grand Prix.  In 2001, he returned to Holland to be approved by the stallion committee of the KWPN.  He has been named by the USDF as the top sire of Cosequin finalists, and consistently produces offspring in the top-ten lists of the Dutch keurings in North America.  His offspring are known for their supple movement, excellent temperament, and great rideability.

Click HERE to see another of Tara's offspring, Concerto, this one in the Dressage arena!

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Concerto
2007, 16.2+, black/bay Dutch Warmblood gelding by UB40 out of Tarantella by Idocus. Concerto was a First Premium at his Foal Keuring and reserve site champion. He now has approximately 1 year under saddle training and is progressing well, demonstrating 3 excellent gaits and a quiet temperament. His barn manners are impeccable--he is very gentle, affectionate, and respectful. Sire UB40 (Olivi-Jazz), owned by Iron Spring Farm, is achieving success at the PSG level and dam's sire Idocus represented Holland in the Olympics. 

 Good as Gold  x Miss Rock N Rosey= GoldenRose

17+ JC TB mare for buckskin, palomino, bay or chestnut 2013 Oldenburg foal

Furstenball x Alino Queen 2013 (Michellino) Serious inquiries only

Allie is in foal to Five year old World Champion Dressage Horse, Furstenball  for 2013!

photos of Furstenball by Thomas Bach Jensen

Oldenburg Licensing champion by Furst Heinrich x Donnerhall x Classiker. 

Undisputed winner of the 70-day Stallion performance test and sire to many top selling auction foals. One of the most wanted dressage stallions in Europe!

  Alino Queen DH Graded into the DH studbook in 2008

**Dam of a licensed stallion and 5 First premium foals!

 In foal to Five year old World Champion Dressage Horse, Furstenball  for 2013!

http://www.eurodressage.com/equestrian/2010/11/02/stallion-stud-furstenball

Stallion  Furstenball

 

 
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Furstenball at the 2011 World Young Dressage Horse Championships
Stallions at Stud

Oldenburg Licensing champion by Furst Heinrich x Donnerhall x Classiker. Undisputed winner of the 70-day Stallion performance test and sire to many top selling auction foals. One of the most wanted dressage stallions in Europe!

Breed: Oldenburg
Approved for all German studbooks, Danish warmblood.
Birth Year: 2006
Size: 169 cm (16.3 hh)
Sire: Furst Heinrich
Dam: Maradonna
Dam Sire: Donnerhall x Classiker
Stud Fee: 1250 euro (incl. VAT)
Fresh and frozen semen available

Furstenball is a winner in every respect: after selling for the record price of 120,000 euro at the Vechta Foal auction in 2006, he was Oldenburg licensing champion in Vechta two years later and the winner of the 70-day Stallion Performance Test in 2009 with the highest overall and dressage index. In fact, none of the other stallions came anywhere close to Fürstenball's excellent dressage index of 154.98 points. He was awarded a score of 9.0 and higher at least 16 times and he also received the highest score for rideability. He was proclaimed Hauptpremium Sieger in Oldenburg as a 4-year old with the best first crop of foals and Performance Test results

Furstenball continued his dressage career with greatest success. He won the 2011 Oldenburg Regional Championships in Rastede, the 2011 German Young Horse Championships (Bundeschampionate) in Warendorf and was a finallist at the 2011 World Young Horse Championships in Verden.

Fürstenball is descended from Oldenburg "champion bloodlines" which have produced two champion stallions in succession (Sieger Hit, Furstenball) as well as the second reserve champion Hot Spot  in 2009. Fürstenball also boasts three state premium mares with elite status in his pedigree alongside Fürst Heinrich, the unforgettable winner of the World Championship of Five Year-Old Dressage Horses. He is also inbred to legendary dressage sire, Donnerhall, who adds an even higher concentration of performance genes to his pedigree.
Classiker by Calypso II's genes and Nevado xx's thoroughbred blood add the final refining touch.

 

Furstenball at the 70-day Stallion Performance Test
Furstenball's first crop of foals has lived up to the expectations. At the 2010 Oldenburg Elite Foal auction, the price highlight of the auction was Feuerball (by Fürstenball x Akzenta (Akzent I)). This colt sold for 40,000 euro to Denmark. At the 2010 Westfalian Elite Foal Auction a Furstenball x Rohdiamant colt sold for 25,000 euro and became the fourth most expensive foal in a collection of 191 foals. At the Danish warmblood Elite Foal Auction Logo's Fabel (by Furstenball) sold for more than 10,000 euro. 2006 World Equestrian Games silver medallist Andreas Helgstrand purchased Torveslettens Fifty Fifty, a Furstenball colt out of his World Young Horse Championship ride Torveslettens Stamina (by Stedinger). At the 2010 German Foal Championships the third placed foal was Margarethe Strohm's Furstenball colt out of the renowned mare Cileste IV (by Sandro Hit x Hill Hawk xx x Harald).

In 2011 Furstenball sired the Dressage Filly Champion in Denmark and the Dressage Colt Champion in Germany out of all warmblood breeds in the entire country of Germany. The champion colt scored 98 points at the Nationals in Lienen which is the highest score ever achieved by a foal!

Fürstenball is an absolutely stunning champion stallion! His offspring are clearly stamped by the sire: the have beautiful faces, are highly noble (he is very suitable for heavier type of mares), and have the most amazing characters! He passes on great, clear 4-beat walk, uphill canter and an elastic trot. His offspring is known for being gentle, kind and well tempered.

Furstenball is owned by Lone Boegh Henriksen and Paul Schockemöhle

Order Semen - Contact:

bulletLone Boegh Henriksen
HP Horses

Tvedsagervej 40, Harløse
3400 Hillerød
Denmark
bulletTel. +45 42 11 02 26
bulletWebsite: HP Horses - Furstenball

Tarantella, dam  WPN mare Olympic Idocus x Lecapo (Holsteiner)

Her sire Idocus represented Holland in the Olympics. His offspring receive his outstanding gaits and rideability, not to mention jumping ability.  Her Dam's Dam is 3/4 sister to the famous Flemmingh, known for siring dressage stars such as Lingh and Krack C. 

Due April 2015 with a full sibling to Good Noire

Tarantella has an offspring competing in the Top Hunter Derbies and rising up the ranks of the show hunter. Click HERE to see her gelding Zephyr T and 

Click HERE for a second trip 

Tara had a First of First Premium KWPN foal by UB40,

Click HERE to see another of Tara's offspring, Concerto, this one in the Dressage arena!

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**the Good as Gold x Tarantella foal will be buckskin, bay, black or smoky black

Fürstenball DVH  X Alino Queen DH  

 

This dressage foal will be buckskin or bay , In foal to Five year old World Champion Furstenball  for 2013!

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2006: New German price record of elite foal auction in Vechta 2008: Outstanding stallion of the Stallion Licensing in Vechta 2009: Superior won the 70-day performance test in Schlieckau 2010: Hauptprämiesieger of the Stallion Licensing in Vechta 2011: Winner of the Oldenburger Country Championships in Rastede 2011: Finalist at the World Championships for young horses in the World 2011: Winner of the German Federal Championships in Warendorf




tory of our outstanding stallion Fürstenball is a true adventure. We acquired him in 2006 at the elite foal auction in Vechta and life with this magnificent colt has largely been to go from victory to victory. Already two years after the purchase until he was completely in a class by Olympic Stallion Licensing in Vechta where he was, he was celebrated as the year's champion stallion. We chose this occasion to sell half of Paul Schockemöhle. There followed a busy breeding season and a superb victory at the 70-day test in Schlieckau in 2009. With a score of 154.99 in dressage is Fürstenball among the small exclusive group of stallions with a performance test results of over 150 points. After an excellent first følårgang was Fürstenball of the Stallion Licensing in Vechta in 2010 appointed as dressage emphasized Hauptprämiesieger in view of its exceptional qualities as a breeding stallion. more can you as a stallion owner hardly hope and our expectations were amply fulfilled, as Fürstenball last summer competed in the German championships with his regular rider Ines Westendarp. This resulted in a victory in Rastede titled Oldenburger Landessieger, final turnout at U-World World and later in the season's victory in the German Bundesliga championship in dressage for 5-year-old stallions.


Fürstenball and Ines Westendarp who is trained by John Westendarp and Dr. Ulf Möller, won gait class for 4-6 year old stallions at the Danish Warmblood stallion licensing in Herning the 2011th Meanwhile, the stallion came a step further in his education. Ines Westendarp says: "Fürstenball is a concentrated, willing to work, happy and unusually docile horse very quickly understand new lessons. I could praise him endlessly, but will simply say that each and every ride on him without taking the day's high. "

 

VIDEO

Stunning Main Premium Champion in 2010 - Licensing Champion with an incredible 154.98 points in his dressage index

Expectations of Fürstenball's first crop of foals were high and they certainly didn't disappoint! One of his foals sold for the highest price of EUR 40,000 at the Oldenburg Elite Auction in autumn and many of the others were awarded premium status and accepted for auction. After completing an outstanding performance test, this licensing champion of 2008 topped the list of candidates for main premium status in 2010. Throughout his life, he has shone at every milestone. As a foal, he sold for the record price of EUR 110,000 at the Vechta auction. In his 70 day test in Schlieckau, he scored 154.98 points in his dressage index and he also achieved the highest overall index score of 145.27. He was awarded a score of 9.0 or higher a total of 16 times and the test riders gave him a perfect 10.0 for rideability.
Fürstenball is descended from Oldenburg's "champion bloodline", a bloodline that regularly impresses the breeding world. Sieger Hit was champion stallion in 2007, Fürstenball in 2008 and Hot Spot by Hotline was Second Reserve Champion in 2009. Fürstenball's pedigree strings together three state premium mares with elite status, plus Fürst Heinrich, the highly accoladed World Championship winner who sadly died long before his time. Fürstenball is inbred to legendary dressage sire Donnerhall and his pedigree is refined by the thoroughbred blood of Classiker and Nevado xx in earlier generations. Fürstenball is the epitome of elasticity and ridability.

Oldenburg Licensing champion by Furst Heinrich x Donnerhall x Classiker. Undisputed winner of the 70-day Stallion performance test and sire to many top selling auction foals. One of the most wanted dressage stallions in Europe!

Stallion performance test and sire to many top selling auction foals. One of the most wanted dressage stallions in Europe!

Furstenball is a winner in every respect: after selling for the record price of 120,000 euro at the Vechta Foal auction in 2006, he was Oldenburg licensing champion in Vechta two years later and the winner of the 70-day Stallion Performance Test in 2009 with the highest overall and dressage index. In fact, none of the other stallions came anywhere close to Fürstenball's excellent dressage index of 154.98 points. He was awarded a score of 9.0 and higher at least 16 times and he also received the highest score for rideability. He was proclaimed Hauptpremium Sieger in Oldenburg as a 4-year old with the best first crop of foals and Performance Test results

Furstenball continued his dressage career with greatest success. He won the 2011 Oldenburg Regional Championships in Rastede, the 2011 German Young Horse Championships (Bundeschampionate) in Warendorf and was a finallist at the 2011 World Young Horse Championships in Verden.

Fürstenball is descended from Oldenburg "champion bloodlines" which have produced two champion stallions in succession (Sieger Hit, Furstenball) as well as the second reserve champion Hot Spot  in 2009. Fürstenball also boasts three state premium mares with elite status in his pedigree alongside Fürst Heinrich, the unforgettable winner of the World Championship of Five Year-Old Dressage Horses. He is also inbred to legendary dressage sire, Donnerhall, who adds an even higher concentration of performance genes to his pedigree.
Classiker by Calypso II's genes and Nevado xx's thoroughbred blood add the final refining touch.

 

Furstenball at the 70-day Stallion Performance Test
Furstenball's first crop of foals has lived up to the expectations. At the 2010 Oldenburg Elite Foal auction, the price highlight of the auction was Feuerball (by Fürstenball x Akzenta (Akzent I)). This colt sold for 40,000 euro to Denmark. At the 2010 Westfalian Elite Foal Auction a Furstenball x Rohdiamant colt sold for 25,000 euro and became the fourth most expensive foal in a collection of 191 foals. At the Danish warmblood Elite Foal Auction Logo's Fabel (by Furstenball) sold for more than 10,000 euro. 2006 World Equestrian Games silver medallist Andreas Helgstrand purchased Torveslettens Fifty Fifty, a Furstenball colt out of his World Young Horse Championship ride Torveslettens Stamina (by Stedinger). At the 2010 German Foal Championships the third placed foal was Margarethe Strohm's Furstenball colt out of the renowned mare Cileste IV (by Sandro Hit x Hill Hawk xx x Harald).

In 2011 Furstenball sired the Dressage Filly Champion in Denmark and the Dressage Colt Champion in Germany out of all warmblood breeds in the entire country of Germany. The champion colt scored 98 points at the Nationals in Lienen which is the highest score ever achieved by a foal!

Fürstenball is an absolutely stunning champion stallion! His offspring are clearly stamped by the sire: the have beautiful faces, are highly noble (he is very suitable for heavier type of mares), and have the most amazing characters! He passes on great, clear 4-beat walk, uphill canter and an elastic trot. His offspring is known for being gentle, kind and well tempered.

Furstenball is owned by Lone Boegh Henriksen and Paul Schockemöhle. Order Semen - Contact: 

bulletLone Boegh Henriksen
HP Horses

Tvedsagervej 40, Harløse
3400 Hillerød
Denmark
bulletTel. +45 42 11 02 26
bulletWebsite: HP Horses - Furstenball
Fürst Heinrich Florestan I Fidelio Furioso II
Laura
Raute Rheingold
Good
Dawina Donnerhall Donnerwetter
Ninette
Wibke Weinberg
Fregatte
Maradonna Donnerhall Donnerwetter Dispute
Melli
Ninette Markus
Negola
Marella Classics Calypso II
Monessa
Maureen Weltmeister
Mon Amour

 

Furstenball at the 2011 World Young Dressage Horse Championships

 

Click HERE for a video of Furstenball

Video 2 of Furstenball

The first two følårgange after Fürstenball leaves nothing to be desired. He stands out like a real stamp stallion that puts its unmistakable quality to all its progeny. We take this as an indication that he has inherited the best genes from both her father, former World Champion Fürst Heinrich, and from the brilliant mare family that he comes out. Mother, grandmother and sisters is a string of highly decorated mares producing one topafkom after another.

Fürstenball are categorized into the best X-ray class without annotations, and is intersected in Danish Warmblood and in the German breeding association Oldenburg, Hanover, Westphalia, Rhineland and France.

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  Alino Queen DH Graded into the DH studbook in 2008

**Dam of a licensed stallion and 5 First premium foals!  

In foal to Five year old World Champion Furstenball  for 2013!

 

 
 
 
Breed: Oldenburger
Colour: Dark Brown
Height: 167 cms
Born: 2006
Studbooks: Hanoverian
Oldenburg
Westfalen
 
Furst Heinrich Florestan Fidelio
Raute
Dawina Donnerhall
Wibke
Maradonna Donnerhall Donnerwetter
Ninette
Marella Classiker
Maureen
 
 

Oustanding winner of the 2009 performance test as well as champion stallion at the Oldenburger licensing in 2008 who sold for the record price of EUR 110,000 as a foal at auction. Every single one Fürstenball’s performances at the Oldenburg licensing showed off his absolutely incredible willingness, strong nerves and relaxed temperament. Every single stride was uphill and his movements swung through his entire body. This wonderful champion stallion demonstrates three elegant and elastic basic paces and natural impulsion. He’s a young stallion who scored best in his performance test, despite competition from many other excellent stallions in his group. Sire, Fürst Heinrich, was the impressive 2003 winner of the World Championship of Five Year Old Dressage Horses, and he has produced many first-rate horses. He is high up on the FN breeding index with a score of 151.
Maternal grandsire, Donnerhall, is without doubt an excellent stallion, and the dam’s Tierce bloodline consistently produces successful horses, such as the champion stallion in Oldenburg in 2007, Sieger Hit, top-class broodmares and successful advanced level dressage horses.
Fürstenball’s dam, Maradonna, also produced an approved stallion by Dimaggio. This famous dam line, which was founded by breeder Georg Sieverding, with dam, granddam and great-granddam being state premium mares with elite status, leads to our assumption that this stallion will pass on his outstanding genes to his offspring.
70 day performance test winner with an incredible 154.99 score, with 9 and above for all but his jumping, this stallion looks like the one to be on in 2010!!

 

Oldenburg Licensing champion by Furst Heinrich x Donnerhall x Classiker. Undisputed winner of the 70-day Stallion performance test and sire to many top selling auction foals. One of the most wanted dressage stallions in Europe!

Breed: Oldenburg
Approved for all German studbooks, Danish warmblood.
Birth Year: 2006
Size: 169 cm (16.3 hh)
Sire: Furst Heinrich
Dam: Maradonna
Dam Sire: Donnerhall x Classiker
Stud Fee: 1250 euro (incl. VAT)
Fresh and frozen semen available

Furstenball is a winner in every respect: after selling for the record price of 120,000 euro at the Vechta Foal auction in 2006, he was Oldenburg licensing champion in Vechta two years later and the winner of the 70-day Stallion Performance Test in 2009 with the highest overall and dressage index. In fact, none of the other stallions came anywhere close to Fürstenball's excellent dressage index of 154.98 points. He was awarded a score of 9.0 and higher at least 16 times and he also received the highest score for rideability. He was proclaimed Hauptpremium Sieger in Oldenburg as a 4-year old with the best first crop of foals and Performance Test results

Furstenball continued his dressage career with greatest success. He won the 2011 Oldenburg Regional Championships in Rastede, the 2011 German Young Horse Championships (Bundeschampionate) in Warendorf and was a finallist at the 2011 World Young Horse Championships in Verden.

Fürstenball is descended from Oldenburg "champion bloodlines" which have produced two champion stallions in succession (Sieger Hit, Furstenball) as well as the second reserve champion Hot Spot  in 2009. Fürstenball also boasts three state premium mares with elite status in his pedigree alongside Fürst Heinrich, the unforgettable winner of the World Championship of Five Year-Old Dressage Horses. He is also inbred to legendary dressage sire, Donnerhall, who adds an even higher concentration of performance genes to his pedigree.
Classiker by Calypso II's genes and Nevado xx's thoroughbred blood add the final refining touch.

 

Furstenball at the 70-day Stallion Performance Test
Furstenball's first crop of foals has lived up to the expectations. At the 2010 Oldenburg Elite Foal auction, the price highlight of the auction was Feuerball (by Fürstenball x Akzenta (Akzent I)). This colt sold for 40,000 euro to Denmark. At the 2010 Westfalian Elite Foal Auction a Furstenball x Rohdiamant colt sold for 25,000 euro and became the fourth most expensive foal in a collection of 191 foals. At the Danish warmblood Elite Foal Auction Logo's Fabel (by Furstenball) sold for more than 10,000 euro. 2006 World Equestrian Games silver medallist Andreas Helgstrand purchased Torveslettens Fifty Fifty, a Furstenball colt out of his World Young Horse Championship ride Torveslettens Stamina (by Stedinger). At the 2010 German Foal Championships the third placed foal was Margarethe Strohm's Furstenball colt out of the renowned mare Cileste IV (by Sandro Hit x Hill Hawk xx x Harald).

In 2011 Furstenball sired the Dressage Filly Champion in Denmark and the Dressage Colt Champion in Germany out of all warmblood breeds in the entire country of Germany. The champion colt scored 98 points at the Nationals in Lienen which is the highest score ever achieved by a foal!

Fürstenball is an absolutely stunning champion stallion! His offspring are clearly stamped by the sire: the have beautiful faces, are highly noble (he is very suitable for heavier type of mares), and have the most amazing characters! He passes on great, clear 4-beat walk, uphill canter and an elastic trot. His offspring is known for being gentle, kind and well tempered.

Furstenball is owned by Lone Boegh Henriksen and Paul Schockemöhle

Order Semen - Contact:

bulletLone Boegh Henriksen
HP Horses

Tvedsagervej 40, Harløse
3400 Hillerød
Denmark
bulletTel. +45 42 11 02 26
bulletWebsite: HP Horses - Furstenball

 

  

       

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