Our mare herd

Rheinshelley is a daughter of Rheinsonne and therefore also a member of the family of Regatta by Pregel, a family branch of the big original family of Rieta by Draufgînger. Rieta, out of a family with some proven arabian genes, made the trek with her breeder Mack-Althof, who kept a stud on high quality standard; mostly mares with arabian bloodlines. More foundation mares of his stud: Feodora (Falke Fabian, Fabius), Mascotte (Magnet), Massliebchen (Mohammed, Mahon), Traumbild (Traumdeuter, Tanzmeister I and II). Rieta was foundation mare in the Trakehner Verband's stud Hunnesr½ck; her daughter Regina by Altan was responsible for the big influence this family has today. Regatta, her granddaughter,was one of the foundation mares of the stud Bñnninghardt. There is a long list of State premium and Premium mares in her dam's family: dam Rheinsonne by Itaxerxes, 2nd dam Rheinaue by Mozart and Rheinperle by Patron, Regatta's daughter. Rheinsonne is also the dam of Rheinnau by Partout, premium in 1999. Stallions out of this family: Rubin by Flaneur, Resort by Consul (reservechampion of the grading), reflex by Matador, Raubritter by Ibikus. Rheinshelley’s son Rheinzauber qualified for the trakehner stallion approval in 2009. Another son Rilke by Gribaldi is an approved stallion in France.    Pedigree

(with special thanks to Erhard Schulte for pedigree information)

Priesterin her sire is Elite stallion Herzzauber who was himself champion stallion in 1990. He left Germany and stands at stud now in Meadowview, Canada. He has 2 approved sons in Germany. Herzzauber is a son of Marduc, a famous dressage sire who has 6 approved sons and numerous performing offspring.Priesterin her dam is the famous mare Pillkallen, winner of the Trakehner national mare show and also dam of Perkallen by Friedensfürst who is a broodmare at Gestuet Sommerlade and one of the highest graded mares in trakehner history. The damline of Priesterin is that of the very famous Pelargonie, the mare family that also produced the GP dressage horses Partout and Peron. Priesterin's sonn Pontifex Maximus qualified for the trakehner stallion approval in 2003. Pedigree


Priesterin der vesta

Rheinrose is a daughter of EH Münnchhausen, approved in 1997. His career took off by winning the reserve champion title at his stallion performance test (dressage index: 149.30 (champion), overall index: 128.87), winning the National Trakehner Riding Horse Championships in Cologne as a 4 year old, and winning his first 3rd level tests as a 5 year old. He qualified for the Bundeschampionships three times, and was the FEI Reserve World Champion Young Dressage horse in Verden as a 6 year old. He qualified for the Nürnberg Burgpokal finals, Germany's most prestigious event for young dressage horses before their first season at Grand Prix. In 2004, EH Münchhausen debuted at international Grand Prix shows and immediately won with scores in the 70s. In 2004, he and his rider, Fie Skasoe, were named to the Danish Olympic Team longlist. In 2005, the pair was part of the Danish Bronze Medal Team at the European Dressage Championships. EH Münchhausen is the sire of several approved stallions, including our own Bel Baron. Rheinrose’s dam is our Rheinshelley (see above). Rheinrose herself was champion foal at the trakehner foal inspection in Belgium. Pedigree


Fehriye has an exceptional pedigree. She is a daughter of the jumping stallion Heops, trakehner Stallion of the Year 2005. Bred in Russia out of original Trakehner ancestors, his dam line goes back to the Main Stud family of Fatma ox which produced several internationally successful show jumpers. His sire, Herson, bred in Kirow, was a member of the Russian show jumping team at the Olympic Games in Seoul. Under his permanent rider, Isabell Heckmann, Heops won the advanced (S) level show jumping competition for licensed stallions held at the Equitana, took seventh place in the German Championships for lady riders, won the Grand Prix of Rhineland - Pfalz and took the Vice Champion title in the Weser-Ems Championships. In 2008 he also placed several times in advanced (S) level show jumping, e.g. the Grand Prix of Rastede (3rd place). In 2009, Heops' son, Come close (stationed at Klosterhof Medingen) was the best jumper stallion of his year at the Trakehner licensing where he received a score of 10.0. Fehriye’s dam Fellah was a daughter of Abrek. This chestnut stallion was discovered by international show jumping rider and horse dealer Juri Hanulay from Bratislava (Slovakia). He bought Abrek in 1992 in Russia and brought him to his stable to ride in competitions. They were very successful up to 1.50 m courses and won the Grand Prix of Bratislava in 1992. Abrek also had three first and three third places, as well as many other placements in competitions of "S" class. Then Abrek 17 was resold to Austria. His new owner and rider Barbara Beinwachs (Katzelsdorf) was likewise very prosperous with Abrek in Grand Prix competitions between 1994 and 1998. "I have ridden many different horses, but my absolute favorite is still Abrek. He is very compact, clever like a Thoroughbred horse, but you can ride him like a German horse. Abrek possesses high rideability, superb willingness for work and shows constant performance every time, but besides all these Abrek always remains clear in his head", says Barbara. Abrek alternated from sport to breeding in 1999 and was approved for Trakehner and Austrian Warmblood breeds. Abrek pedigree connects him with several international tophorses like  Biotop, Almox Prints, Waitaki, Aktiv and Rhytmical.


Maravillosa GF

Our future broodmare, a palomino trakehner filly by the thoroughbred stallion Glitter of Gold out of a trakehner mare by RFF The Alchimist XX, mare family O360 Maxi.

Bella-Tetti, a very promising KWPN mare by Lord Loxley, out of Pandy-Tetti by Kennedy (pedigree). Her dam line is the famous Tetti line that produced more then 35 approved stallions, including the Grand Prix dressage stallion Darwin and numerous top sporthorses.
Bella is ridden by Evi Verstrepen and she is in foal to Bel Baron.