Color: dark bay
Height: 170cm – 16.3 hands
Approved for: Hanover, Oldenburg, Westphalia, Mecklenburg, Rhineland, Southern German Stud Books, Sweden
An eponymous hero of a special class: Fürsten-Look possesses a high amount of charisma, his exceptionally delicate features embody a certain nobility, which is even more prominent under saddle. The three paces are of extreme quality, his rideability marks are exquisite. His 30-day-test could not have confirmed it better: With a dressage final score of 9.41, something that has never been achieved before, he was clearly the champion of his discipline with the maximum mark (10.0) for his character, temperament, willingness to perform, walk and rideability. He was champion stallion of the third Oldenburg under-saddle licensing in Vechta in 2014 and in 2015, Hanoverian champion and after evaluation of his first crop of foals, main premium winner in Vechta. In 2016, he qualified for the national championships. Fürsten-Look is walking in the footsteps of his father Fürstenball, who was, at an early age, champion of his licensing, winner of his stallion performance test, regional champion, German national champion, winner of S level dressage classes and 2013 VTV stallion of the year in Vechta. His dam, St. Pr. St. Lady Diamond, when bred to San Amour I, produced the licensed and tested son San Severo and with Sandro Hit, the German national championship participant Sardera S/Andreas Müller. Lady Diamond is a full sister to La Perla/Holga Finken, winner at the German national championships, dam of Feretti and half-sister to the licensed stallion Du Moulin (NL).
His dam-sire Londonderry was licensing champion, German national champion and is considered to be one of the most influential sport horse sire of present times, a constant producer for national championships and elite auctions. In 2013, he was especially honoured as “Hanoverian stallion of the year”. Weltmeyer in the third generation was German national champion, winner of his licensing and stallion performance test as well as DLG champion and is, with over 100 licensed sons, one of the most influential stallions of the last 20 years. In 1998, he was “Hanoverian stallion of the year”. Fürsten-Look results from the Westphalian mare family 404/Hanny (by Halt I-Neck-Nektar-Jubé-Meteor II), that also produced the licensed stallions Dacapo (Ldb./stud Warendorf), Levator, Pilot’s Treffer (privately owned Bav.), Sonnenkönig, Whitford (privately owned Han.) and the successful dressage horse Gollywogg/Marion Henkel.