Renowned and sought after!
*1991 | black | 168cmsemen order
Trakehner, Hanover, Oldenburg, Rhineland, Westphalia, Saxony-Anhalt, Sweden, France, Switzerland.
Harry Bartsch, Göttingen
frozen semen 800 Euros per dose
St.Pr.u.E.St. Helena XIV
St.Pr.St. Capri VI
Pr.St. Harpune II
Prince Rouge xx
- In 2012, the Trakehner Champion Mare is by Le Rouge out of a Hohenstein mare.
- In 2010, Hohenstein as dam sire of champion stallion Imhotep (sold for 300,000 Euros) impressively confirmed his dominance in breeding.
- In 2009, Hohenstein's son Insterburg TSF won with his rider Carola Koppelmann the Grand Prix and the Grand Prix Freestyle at the indoor tournament in Hanover.
- In 2008, he was dam sire of winning Trakehner stallion Iskander. Thea-Felicitas Müller won with Hohenstein’s son Highway the Team Gold Medal at the European Championships of Young Riders in Portugal.
- In 2007, Hohenstein provided two premium stallions at the licensing in Neumünster. His son Hohenstaufen became European and German Champion of the Young Riders with Kristin Schütte.
- In 2006, three premium stallions of the Trakehner licensing carried the blood of Hohenstein.
- In 2005, Hohenstein’s son Insterburg was placed third at the World Championships for Young Dressage Horses in Verden.
- In 2002, Hohenstein was stallion of the year and his son His Highness became champion of the licensing in Verden.
- In 1999, Hohenstein was proclaimed elite stallion.
- In 1998, Hohenstein started winning dressage competitions at S level.
- In 1997, Hohenstein’s first year of foals included champion stallion Münchhausen, sold for 350,000 DM.
- In 1995, Hohenstein was champion of the Trakehner breed and was ranked third in the German Young Horses Championships.
- In 1994, he finished his stallion performance test in Adelheidsdorf as vice champion with a total score of 134,05 points. He became rideability champion with 148,29 points.
- In 1993, highlighted as premium stallion, Hohenstein started his brilliant career as top stallion.