Sir Donnerhall x Apache x Fürst Heinrich
Radetzky is a dressage foal par excellence. He decends from a mare line with auction toppers, Grand Prix horses and approved stallions. And with Sir Donnerhall as his sire he is a dressage talent in the making.
Dam is de Ster, IBOP mare Iris S (s. Apache). As a foal she won silver at the National Foal Inspection, thanks to her beautiful model and suppleness. Her daughter Otharin S (s. Sir Donnerhall) was one of the auction toppers of the Excellent Dressage Sales in 2019. She changed owners for € 28,000!
Grandmother is the Ster mare Zietharin S (s. Fürst Heinrich). She already produced three offspring that were sold for record amounts at the Elite Veiling Borculo and the Sell Veulenveiling. She is also at the cradle of the 2nd viewing and ZZL classified stallion Graphit-S (s. Sir Donnerhall).
Great-grandmother is the Keur, preferent Cietharin (s. Ulft) is the half-sister of the international Grand Prix horse Bon Aparte (s. Sultan).
Sire Sir Donnerhall is one of the world's best stallions – number 14 in the WBFSH ranking.
Sir Donnerhall I breaks record after record with his inheritance. In addition to Special Diva OLD and Smirnoff, his full brothers and sisters Cindy OLD, Sir Heinrich, Candy OLD, Caty OLD and Casey OLD won the gold medal at the Bundeschampionat. Candy OLD and Casey OLD were also Oldenburg champion mares, leading the list of more than 369 primed Sir Donnerhall I daughters. Candy OLD also won the bronze medal at the World Championships for young dressage horses. Sa Coeur twice won the title during the World Championship for young dressage horses, was the absolute P.S.I. auction topper with 2.31 million euros and is now very successful in the international Grand Prix.
Sir Donnerhall I's internationally successful Grand Prix offspring, including Sai Baba Plus, Semper Fidelis, Sir Heinrich M, Sir Deauville, Sunshine Tour, Syriana, Sir Fashion, secured him a place in the Top 15 of the WBFSH ranking of ' the world's best dressage progenitors. Sir Donnerhall I also produced 101 approved sons, including many champions and premium stallions as well as the bronze medal winner Sir Olli at the World Championships for young dressage horses.