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Danzador is Spanish and means “dancing”, what describes exactly the fantastic action of movements of our Danzador. At the 2013′ Hanoverian stallion licensing in Verden he belonged to the very best moving young stallions, resulting into being awarded a premium to the great applause of the audience. After an exciting bidding duel the likeable bay price highlight of the auction could be assured for Böckmann’s stallion station. Already as foal Danzador stood out due to his extraordinary basic gaits in his age group.
After his stallion performance test in Schlieckau where he received a 9.5 for his character and a 9.0 for his rideability. Danzador made his successful debut in the dressage arena under Sandra Kötter in 2015 and placed with the best at the Hanoverian riding horse championship right away.
Danzador’s foals, which are out of pairings with different bloodlines, have clearly been inherited Danzador’s certain something in view of his Thoroughbred-type and quality of movements. High-priced auction foals and champion foals at different shows, such as the Champion of the Southern Oldenburg foal championship, were the result from his first crop.
Danzador is a genetic rarity. Over his sire Diamond Hit he can refer to the highly up-to-date sire of the century, Donnerhall. On the maternal side the most valuable refining blood can be found through the sires Lauries Crusador xx and Lemon Tree (by Lemon xx). In the following generations Wendekreis and Waidmannsdank xx round off ideally the performance pedigree of Danzador.
Diamond Hit was Premium Stallion at the 1999′ Oldenburg stallion licensing, followed by becoming Vice Bundeschampion and Vice World Champion of young dressage horses. Under Emma Hindle/GBR he won in dressage up to Grand Prix level. In 2012 Diamond Hit retired from sport. But prior to this, he was awarded VTV-Dressage Stallion in Vechta in 2005. 55 of his sons are licensed, thereunder the NRW Champion Stallion Dubrovnik NRW, the Southern German licensing winner Don Diamond, the Hanoverian Premium Stallion Dr. Watson and Bundeschampion Donovan. Blue Hors Loxana/Daniel Bachmann Andersen/DEN, Della Cavalleria OLD/Victoria Max-Theurer/AUT, Dark Diamond/Hubertus Schmidt and Diamond Girl/Nadine Capellmann stand out of the flock of nearly 800 offspring, of whom about 70 are successful in advanced (S) level dressage classes.
The performance-tested dam Luci was awarded the state premium.
The dam’s sire Lauries Crusador xx, who is stationed at the State Stud Celle, has influenced sustainably the German Warmblood breeding like no other refinement stallion. He himself reached a horse racing weight of 90.5 kg on the racetrack. 71 of his sons have been approved for breeding. In 2006 Lauries Crusador xx is still the only not-Hanoverian sire that has been entitled as Hanoverian Stallion of the Year. In 2013 he died at the age of 28. His sportive offspring, including 88 advanced level athletes, earned nearly a million Euro in 2015.
The granddam Limone produced the licensed Lauries (by Lauries Crusador xx) and his full sister Lambada, who is dam of the State Stud sire and stallion performance test winner Bonifatius (by Belissimo M NRW).
The famous Hanoverian line of Nordenburg is also known for the licensed stallions Brandenburger (by Beach Boy; advanced level jumper), Deichvogt (by Duktus), Bentley (by Belissimo M NRW) and Sinatra Song (by Sandro Song), the advanced (S) level show jumpers Lone Star (by Landor S), Zackus Zarina (by Zeus), Enjoy (by Earl), Allamo (by Acorado I) and Apacho (by Acorado I) as well as the advanced (S) level dressage horses Weyden (by Warkant), Wunschtraum (by Wiesenbaum xx), Asperon (by Arogno/T.), Don Carlos (by Donnerhall) and Sacre Coeur (by Sir Donnerhall I).