Born 2014
Colour Bay
171 cm



Price: 1600 GST incl 1 ins
Stud: Helgstrand Dressage – Denmark


Krack C
Vivaldi Renate-Utopia
Sire: Vitalis
Tolivia D-Day
Ampere Lavivola
Dam: Amicella
First Fina First Final







Winner of the Westphalian Championships three years in a row!

Westphalien Champion in 2018, 2019, 2020

Finalist at the World Championship for 5-year-old dressage horses in 2019

Won silver at the Bundeschampionate for 4-year-old stallions in 2018

Champion stallion in Westfalen 2016

 Sire of the dressage horse Bundeschampion Happy Days Di Fonteabeti

Valverde was champion stallion, fourth at the World Championships for Young Dressage Horses, Bundeschampion and three-time Westphalian Champion. Under Yara Reichert, he placed at the World Championships for seven-year-old dressage horses in Verden in 2021 and recorded his first international victories in Inter A and B the following year. In 2023, he finished fourth in the Louisdor Prize Final for the best young Grand Prix horses. At the beginning of 2024, the pair secured victory in the Small Final of the Derby Stars von Morgen Tour in Münster.

Ten of his sons were licensed, including the second reserve winner Valverdos, the premium stallion Value and Vitamin B, who was successful in tests for young dressage horses. In 2023, his daughter Happy Days Di Fonteabeti/Maxi Kira von Platen won the Bundeschampionat (5yo) after coming eighth at the World Championships for Young Dressage Horses. At the German Elite Mare Championships in Lienen, the Hanoverian Herwart von der Decken show final ring mare Versailles took bronze. Vidalita came ninth.

His sire, Vitalis, is one of the world’s best dressage sires. He is the youngest stallion in the current WBFSH ranking in 16th place. He owes this to his Grand Prix-successful offspring, including the European Championship team bronze winner Vayron/Daniel Bachmann Andersen/DEN, the team World Champion, two-time individual Vice World Champion and World Cup runner-up Vamos Amigos/Cathrine Laudrup-Dufour/DEN, the WEG and European Championship participant First-Step Valentin/Larissa Pauluis/BEL, the Louisdor Prize final runner-up and Aachen runner-up Valencia AS as well as the Aachen winner and Otto Lörke Prize winner Valesco/both under Fabienne Müller-Lütkemeier and the Salzburg winner and Nations’ Cup winner Valparaiso/Laura Strobel. The latter, together with our two-time dressage horse Vice World Champion, Bundeschampion and Hanoverian Champion Vitalos and our Bundeschampionat bronze winner and second HLP reserve winner Viva Vitalis, is one of over 70 licensed sons of Vitalis. Vitalis himself was colt winner in the Netherlands in 2007, reserve winner of the NRW licensing in 2009, HLP dressage index winner in 2010, placed at the World Championships for Young Dressage Horses and in the Pavo Cup Final in 2012, champion in the USA in 2013 and qualified for the World Championships for Young Dressage Horses again with a record number of points and won the international small tour at the age of seven in 2014. Back in Germany in 2016, Vitalis won the Nuremberg Burg Pokal Final in Frankfurt under Isabel Freese/NOR and the Stallion of the Year competition at Inter I level at the World Championships in Ermelo/NED.

The dam, Amicella, placed internationally under Andrew Gould/GBR in the Small Tour (PSG/Inter I) and nationally the pair is victorious up to Grand Prix level.

The dam’s sire, Ampère, himself a KWPN Champion Stallion and HLP winner, produced the successful Grand Prix stallions Abegglen FH NRW/Victoria Max-Theurer/AUT, Attraktiv/Ivan Nieto Sanchez/ESP, Amandori/Simone Pearce/AUS and the Olympic participant All at Once/Yessin Rahmouni/MAR. Also competing in Tokyo/JPN in 2021: Flambeau/Larissa Pauluis/BEL. His award-winning daughters are led by the Westphalian Champion Mare Anky.

The granddam, First Fina (by First Final), was successful in sport under Nele de Pauw/BEL and produced the licensed stallion Mister Diamond (by Sir Donnerhall I).

The great-granddam, Laomie, produced the Grand Prix dressage horse Enrico (by Ehrentusch)/Oksana Gusarova/UKR. Enrico took part in the European Championships in 2017 and 2019.
Laomie is a half-sister to the Grand Prix winner Artemis (by Florestan I), who took part in the 2012 Olympic Games in London/GBR with Richard Davison/GBR. In 2011 and 2012, Artemis placed in the World Cup Final and as a five-year-old he took tenth place at the World Championships for Young Dressage Horses.

From the Westphalian line of Grandel also the stallion Dario Fo (by Donnergott) as well as the dressage horses Adschy (by Artwig), Valencio NRW (by Viva Westfalia)/Florine Kienbaum, Sir Sir Sirius Black P (by Sir Bedo) or the show jumpers Cornet’s Prinzess (by Cornet’s Prinz), Mc Flurry (by Monte Cain).

The Louisdor Prize fourth

Valverde is approved in DWB, OLD, HANN, WESTPH, Süddt. Verbände, Mecklenburg, Rheinland.

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