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AbendtanzExceptionally valuable for breeding and sports!
16.1 ½ hands
Trakehner, Rhineland, Westphalia
Heinrich Behr, Buchholz
900 Euros / frozen semen 550 Euros per dose
St.Pr.St. Astrid II
An especially charming, harmonious premium stallion with exceptional double talent. Abendtanz features three superior basic gaits and sensational jumping abilities, with optimal technique and bascule. In 2010, his sire Hirtentanz was the first Trakehner in 40 years to be licensed by the Holstein association. Grand Prix-stallion Axis was successful at the European Championships in Rotterdam with his rider Terhi Stegars. His mother, Elite Mare Herzlani, completed her mare test first class with the overall score of 8.74. She is a prominent representative of Schöning's “Herzchen” family. Amazing, three times awarded mother (mare test 8.70) of Abendtanz, was a successful show jumper up to M/A level. Amazing as well as Herzlani stem from Kostolany, crowned Stallion of the Year in 2009. As grandfather of cherished World Champion Totilas, Kostolany celebrates great achievements in breeding.
In 2016, Lebenstraum and Ziethen two further sons of Abendtanz were licensed.
In 2015, Abentanz celebrates first successes in advanced level jumping tests.
In 2014, he participated for the first time in advanced show jumping tests. His son Donauabend was licensed in Neumünster, who will be stationed at the state stud in Marbach.
In 2013, Abendtanz repeatedly won medium level jumping horse tests and became Trakehner champion. His son Gorbatschow was licensed in Neumünster.
In 2012, Abendtanz was victorious in elementary show jumping tests. Abendtanz was represented by several top foals at foal shows and provided the champion colt at the main Klosterhof foal show.
In 2011, Abendtanz was repeatedly successful in A level show jumping.
In 2010, Abendtanz passed his 70-Day-Test with a jumping score of 123,56 points and an overall score of 114,02 points.