Hanoverian • Black • 2010 • 172 cm
|Rodney's Girl||Rotspon||Rubinstein I|
Premium stallion and price highlight at the 2012′ Hanoverian licensing in Verden.
Danciano presents himself as a noble but also self-confident dressage prospect in a black coat, chic and charming overall impression, big-framed and with three equally excellent basic gaits. His rideability is absolutely exemplary.
The sire, Dancier, was Champion Stallion at the 2004′ Hanoverian licensing in Verden as well as the 2005′ stallion performance test winner in Adelheidsdorf. In 2006, he became Hanoverian Vice Champion of young riding horses and caught the bronze medal for four-year old stallions at the Bundeschampionat in Warendorf after winning the qualifier for the final. In 2008, he was finalist at the Bundeschampionat for six-year old dressage horses and is meanwhile successful up to advanced (S) level. The dam, Rodney’s Girl, is full sister of the licensed stallion Rood Vander, who is advanced (S) dressage class winner with Martina Hannöver-Sternberg. The dam’s sire Rotspon was Premium Stallion at the licensing in Verden in 1997, in 1998 winner of the stallion performance test and is known as striking dressage horse maker. Wolkenstein II, found in third generation, is certainly the most influential Weltmeyer son, who was the 1993′ Bundeschampion and stallion performance test winner. Danciano represents the Hanoverian mare line 244/Dollarkunst (by Dollart-Format III etc.), which has especially been spread in Oldenburg through stallions such as De Kuyper, De Vito, Dépardieu and Florion.
Sound quality is convincing and becomes the source of success!
Hanover, Mecklenburg, Oldenburg, Rhineland, Southern German Stud Books, Westphalia