Fürstin Adora EH

Mare,  born: May 31th 2010, Height: 1.70m

furstin adora

Fürst Romancier Fürst Heinrich Florestan I
Ronja Romancier
Int I dress
Vidora EH  elite pref sport (dr)
Z2 dress
Jazz pref
GP dress
Cocktail keur
GP dress
Charmante keur
Nivaldora sport (dr)
Z2 dress
May Sherif
PSG dress
Rolanda keur pref prest

Video of Fürstin Adora as a 2.5 year old, clipped and starting with saddle training:  VIDEO 2.5 yo

Video of Fürstin Adora as a 3 year old, free moving: VIDEO 3 yo

With international top dressage stallions like Jazz, May Sherif, Fürst Heinrich, Florestan, Rosenkavalier in her pedigree, Fürstin Adora has all that it takes for a dressage horse.

This dam line originates from KWPN breeding family 1633.
With a dressage index of 165 (KWPN table 2013), her dam Vidora is in the top 200 of best KWPN mares in her category. Fürstin Adora's great granddam Rolanda gave the small tour dressage horse Flying Dutchman (by Zevenster), and also the Grand Prix dressage horse Privaldi (by Gribaldi), which holds the 236th position on the WBFSH-list of dressage horses (2012). A full sister of Rolanda's dam Joliza gave the international GP show jumping mare Ferina (by Ramiro).
Fürstin Adora's dam's sire Jazz has sucessfully shown Grand Prix with two different riders, and more and more of his offspring reach the highest levels in international Grand Prix, like Parzival with Adelinde Cornelissen and many more. From her dam's side she also carries the world famous Doruto blood in the 4th generation.

Fürstin Adora's sire
Fürst Romancier is a combination of one of the best Oldenburger dam lines the Edosta-line, and the wellknown Dodona-line (through Romancier). The Edosta-line has given more than 10 approved stallions in Germany, and also several international dressage horses, among which Petit Prince (Olympic competitor with Ellen Bontje), and Grand Prix winner Avignon.
The Dodona-line has given several world famous international Grand Prix horses, among which Rembrandt (2 x Olympic Champion with Nicole Uphoff), Ahlerich (2 x Olympic Champion with Dr. Reiner Klimke) and Amon (Olympic competitor with Annemarie Keizer). The Dodona-line is being seen as worlds best breeding line for dressage horses.
Fürst Romancier was selected for the World Championships of young dressage prospects in 2009 at Verden, where he won the Opening show of the 5 year olds, and gained an overall 4th place.
The bay sire became the Haupt Premien Champion at the 2009 Oldenburg Stallion Licensing. He has moved to the stables of Matthias Alexander Rath, who will train and show him. Fürst Romancier's sire Fürst Heinrich won the World Championships of young dressage horses in Verden in 2003 as a 5 year old.
Fürst Romancier sired the most expensive foal at the Vechta Elite auction 2009 (€ 45,000), and the most expensive dressage foal at the Ankum AOS auction in 2008. He also sired the 2 year old champion of the Oldenburger stallion licensing in Vechta in 2011, For Romance, he was sold in the auction for 750,000 euro's.

Fürstin Adora's full sister Elphidora was sold to Sweden as a yearling. In may 2012 she impressed the judges in the ASVH test for 3 year olds, with a 10 for her trot and a 9 for her canter! She ended up in the top 5 of 1150 youngsters, got the predicate "Diplom" and was invited for the Nationals in Flyinge in October 2012. For the test results of her test location: see list.


Fürstin Adora three weeks old:

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Fürstin Adora three years old:

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