Maya is a prime example for the
F-line breeding, with her sire being the famous Fürstenreich.
He is the ultimate text book example of type. He is blessed with all attributes
that will make him a "King of the Ring": correct conformation, three
exceptional basic gaits, willingness to work and very easy to ride. Fürstenreich
completed his 30-day test in 2001 with outstanding results. He was a winner of
numerous Riding Horse tests and Dressage Horse tests from L to M-level. In 2003
and 2004 he qualified for the Bundeschampionate with high notes. Furthermore, he
was a finalist at the 2004 World Championships for Young Dressage Horses in
Verden. Meanwhile, he has become a highly successful international Prix St
Georges horse.His first crop of foals amazed. He is the sire of several Champion
Foals at regional and provincial breed shows and championships. They all dazzled
with their outstanding type and excellent movements. On several occasions, his
offspring where sold at foal auctions in
His sire Florestan I, the most wanted foundation
stallion for the NRW Breed, produced countless licensed sons, numerous State
Premium Mares and several Bundeschampionate participants. His ride able
offspring sell like hot cakes at NRW- Riding Horse Auctions in Münster-Handorf.
They are all proof of Florestan’s exceptional heritability. Dam sire Matador,
who is the exemplary model of post-war Trakehner breeding, was the DLG-Champion
On the dam line, Fürstin
Maya goes back to the
That is were Brentano II
met suitable mares. The chestnut stallion is the sire of 68 state premium mares
and 15 licensed stallions. In 2000, his daughter Bona Dea II left the
Ratje-Niebuhr-Show as the winning mare. Together with her full sister Bona Dea,
she won the Ratje-Niebuhr-Prize. Brentano II supplied totally 19 horses for
elite auctions, among them the first-class horses Brentina (under Debbie
McDonald - http://brentina.com
), Brasseur P, Bandito and Bon Jovi.
Maya was already shown and placed successful at Second Level at 2nd and 3rd
place and won First Level, she also placed at 3rd level. Her flying changes are
confirmed and she is a star at the horse shows. She is very impressive, willing
and has a good hindleg and a super fancy front leg as well as a free shoulder.
She is forward but not hot and loves attention and enjoys learning new things.
She is good to sit and has a great mechanism in her movement, she is uphill and
well balanced. She will be a great horse for all disciplines and could either be
later or now via embryo transfer also be a valuable broodmare. She has the
talent for piaffe and passage and collects easy in the canter. She is cuddly and
comes with great ground manners at home as well at the show grounds. She was
always successful at every show. She is in training with her rider in the video
as well as with a young woman whom really enjoys riding her as well. She is not
the spooky type and neither does she look at new things, she is a well rounded
dressage horse, suitable for the amateur and superb enough for the professional
alike. She loads easy and even stays alone on the trailer. She was at horse
shows with another horse together and made no problems being loaded and unloaded
and left in the trailer while the other horse was shown.
If you are searching
a special mare with the potential to go up the levels, you just found her. She
will impress the judges and the audience and she may be a great addition to a
show barn looking for their next FEI star. This girl is special and waiting for
her match to take her out and get some show mileage under her belt. Her
temperament is really nice, suitable for amateurs as well as for professionals
and she will make you proud with her attitude, movement and looks. Don’t miss
out, she could be your dream girl!
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