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Worldly is by the legend in his own time, the super sire Weltmeyer who is a prolific sire of licensed sons and state premium daughters and seems to cross well with all sorts of mares. He is a tremendous improver in dressage ability in his horses. See information on Weltmeyer for further information.
Damsire Brentano 11 has made is name as a producer of top dressage horses. He was winner of his licensing in 1985 and performance test and he has style and ability. He presents himself with great masculine presence and good conformation. He, like his father Bolero, is a highly esteemed hereditary transmitter of rideability and rhythmic movement. His daughter Baccarole won the mare show in 1994, his son Bandito was sold for an amazing DM 200.000 and one of Brentano’s successful dressage offspring is the mare Brentina who convincingly won the individual and team gold medal at the Panamerican Games in 1999. The dam Boleisa had ealier produced the approved son Walchensee from the same mating combination and he is stationed in Russia as a sire. The black coloured Ludendorff in the third generation made a name for himself in the Emsland and East Friesland regions as a purveyor of easy to ride dressage horses and show jumpers. Worldly is bred from the very successful crossing of Weltmeyer and Brentano 11, a tried a true formula for dressage excellence.
Worldly gained first place in the dressage section at his performance test in 2000, with a remarkable score of 143.20, and was overall Reserve Champion. He received 8’s for character and conformation and 9’s for temperament and willingness to perform. He gained an outstanding 10 for rideability and trot, 8 for walk and 9.33 for gallop. He moreover won the Champion’s Prize of the Riding Horses at the indoor tournament in Bremen in 2001. He was a highly placed finalist at the World Championship of six-year-old dressage horses in Verden in 2003, after winning numerous conformation show classes and dressage horse tests. This was followed by placements in starts in the intermediate (M/A) and advanced (S) classes in 2004. Great improver in dressage ability and conformation.
He has 12 licensed sons, 52 state premium mares, 203 main stud book mares, and 115 auction horses.
HLP 2000: 136.92/2/37; DI 143.20/1; SI 105.23/15
Breeding Values:Dressage Young horse (127) Competition (114) Jumping Young horse (76) Competition (86)
Riding Type (93) Conformation (122) Dressage (119) Jumping (72)