Shown with rider Ingrid Klimke.
He is a son of the brilliant competition stallion, DRESEMANN (Daidalos - Wolkenstein II). (Dresemann was 3 y.o. Bundeschampion in 2002, receiving the highest scores ever to date with two 10s from guest riders).
Through Daidalos (dressage breeding value 152) and Dream of Glory (winner of S level dressage competitions in Germany), DRESDEN MANN carries the blood of the legendary Donnerhall. His Dam Floh is a daughter of the important Warendorf sire FLORESTAN I.
Sire of dam Elmshorn (ex Lorvado) by Lord won the stallion performance test in Warendorf in 1989 (total index 135.29). The dam Loretta competed successfully in jumping competitions. Further on in the dam’s pedigree, the Trakehner Doruto and the thoroughbred Abendfrieden appear who produced the outstanding sires Manometer xx, Perser xx, Pik As xx and Pindar xx, all of which played a role in different warmblood studbooks.
His rider, Ingrid Klimke, has this to say :
"Dresden Mann is a beautiful black stallion, a brilliant uphill horse, with a great gallop and dynamic movement. In training he is always motivated and ready to learn, so that the daily work is always a pleasure.
After his breeding season at the NRW Landgestuet he came to my stable in mid-September 2008. With his sweet personality and wonderful manners he quickly became a favorite in the barn.
At his first competition with me he convincingly won the Dressage Horse "A" class with a mark of 8.8, far ahead the rest of the horses. In December 2008 he already had success at the "L" division, easily winning his first class at that level."
At 165 cm (16.1) he is another "refiner" that I have been looking for. He brings interesting Blood, lovely type, excellent temperament and great willingness to work.
courtesy of Yancey-Farms in