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Sire Wolkenstein 11 was vice-champion of the 1992 Verden approvals, federal champion German riding horse in Mannheim in 1993 and winner of the stallion performance test in Adelheidsdorf in 1993. He presented eight sons from his first crop for approval at the Verden stallion approvals in 1997. Numerous Wolkenstein 11 progeny have already been successful in riding horse competitions. The damsire Lanthan has the reputation of being one of the most versatile sires of Hanoverian breeding and has lately seen to the dissemination of the valuable genotype of his paternal line through numerous sons and daughters. The maternal line goes back via the sires Wendekreis, Lateran and Seneka 1.
Welser was the first vice-champion of the 1997 stallion approvals in Verden. In 1998 he absolved the stallion performance test in Adelheidsdorf as once again runner-up in front of his half brother Wattenkieker. Welser came second in the partial index of rideability but also ranked above average in jumping. His maximum score of 10 for canter is noteworthy. He also scored 8 for temperament, 9 for walk, and 8 for trot.
Welser is a stallion that carries the wonderful World Cup 1 and Weltmeyer genes which give wonderful movement to their progeny, along with the trainability to make excellent dressage horses. The first offspring of Welser were born in 2000. The foals have fine heads and a good conformation (long well set up neck, long sloping shoulder, good croup, lean and correct limbs and joints).Welser has 7 licensed sons, 22 state premium mares, and 36 auction horses.
HLP 1998: 134.06/2/38; DI 138.86/2; SI 105.92/15
Breeding Values:Dressage (141) Jumping (89)
Riding type (139) Conformation (120) Dressage (125) Jumping (91)