One of the major warmblood breeds of all German breedings is the Hanoverian. Its origin goes back to the founding of the State Stud Celle in Lower Saxony in 1735. As a basis of breeding, Holstein horses were used but also the Thoroughbred was of great importance because they gave the Hanoverian hard ... More about the horse breed Hanoverian
Beautiful both inside and out this stunning bay gelding has great presence. Born May 2020 he's by Danone I x Bergamon x Don Carlos.
This rangey gelding is likely to make 16.3hh and is a pleasure to handle and be around. With his ground covering paces he holds all the potential to excel within the dressage arena.
A sad recent loss of the sire Danone I, but he needs little introduction, competed at the highest levels in Germany. He was finalist of WCYH in 2006, in 2009 his son Dante Weltino sold for 130,000 euros and was the vice champion of the stallion licensing in Vechta. In 2012, Danone and Theresa Wahler were victorious at Grand Prix level. In 2019, his son Damaschino became German National Young Horse Champion of the three year old stallions.
Duke's dam line has also produced great sport horses, competing at GP and Intermediate eventing.