|Florestan 1 Rhld|
|Furst Heinrich Westf||Dawina Westf|
|Sire:||Furst Romancier Old|
|Ronja Old||Romancier Westf|
|Pik Bube 1 Hann|
|Plaisir d’Amour Old||Fleur Old|
|Dam:||Wendy VPr/El Old|
|Walinda Verb Pr St Old||Rubinstein 1 Westf|
The breeding of Furstbischof was awaited eagerly by the Hanoverian breeders. He was licensed in Vechta in 2011 and completed his performance test in 2012 easily. The excellent marks for trot, canter and readability confirm his special dressage talent. Furstbischof combines the outstanding dressage blood of his sire Furst Romancier with the performance genes of Plaisir d’Amour. Fürstbischof is a dark coated, beautiful type. When he was presented at the Oldenburger licensing, he was expressive and demonstrated very dynamic movement. He was also impressive during his performance test in Adelheidsdorf, where he performed with a special effortlessness and commendable willingness to work. He got high marks for his rideability and gaits.
From his sire, Fürst Romancier (Fuerst Heinrich x Romancier), Fuerstbischof carries the finest dressage blood. Fürst Romancier has already produced several licensed sons and successful sporthorses. In Fürstbischof, Fürst Romancier meets with the breeding alternative of the Grand Prix horse, Plaisir d’Amour. Furthermore, this stallion goes back to the damline of Daffy-Toban. This line has produced successful dressage and show jumping horses as well as licensed stallions. Count on Me (Cornet Obolensky), Grafentstein (Grundstein I), and also the current German champion, Fransiskus (Fidertanz) arise from this line.
He gained 8 for character, 8 for ridebility, 6.67 for jumping, 8.5 for tot, 9 for canter, 7.5for walk and 7.63 for cross country at the 70 day test.
HLP 2012: Dressage 147 and Jumping 82