Damsey was a premium stallion at the Hanoverian licensing, finishing his 30-day-test in Adelheidsdorf, Germany with the ridability top score of 9.25. He was also the champion at the Danish stallion licensing in Herning in 2006 and 2009. After a successful career in the young horse dressage classes, Damsey was a two-time finalist of the Bundeschampionat and he qualified for the 2006 Young Horse World Dressage Championships. Damsey FRH was also nominated for the World Breeding Dressage Championships in Verden in 2008. He is currently being shown by Helen Langehanenberg and the pair have been earning top placings in CDI Grand Prixs across Europe. 

At the Herwart-von-der-Decken-Show in 2010 Damsey FRH drew attention to himself with his first offspring crop. He sired the overall winner, Diana C. At the mare show in Elmlohe the Damsey daughter Darling, out of a Londonderry mare, was the class winner. In 2012 Damsey`s daughter Dalia, out of a Lauris Crusador xx mare, was even more successful by winning the mare show in Elmlohe. Dalia called even more attention to herself with a score of 10.00 for rideability in her mare performance test. Damsey FRH also have multiple licensed sons, including Da Dalto, Dreamer and the premium stallion Dream Maker.

Damsey FRH is approved by Hanover, Oldenburg, Sweden and Denmark with further Verbands upon request. He is located at Hengststation Jens Meyer in Dorum, Germany, when not competing with Langehanenberg. The insemination fee is €300 and gestation fee is €700. Frozen sperm stud fee is €400/portion. 

Damsey seems to float in a completely harmonious way without touching the ground. He adds power and exuberance with the temperament and work ethic to make it up the levels.
— Marcheta Shaw
When I saw Damsey, I was sold! I fell in love with Damsey’s ‘look’, plus his rideability score of 9.2 and all his success at the Bundeschampionat.
— Renate Miller

Damsey’s progeny are very smart horses that work for their riders and have a beautiful, correct walk. They are not only very special horses for only professional riders, they are horses that are for everybody as they are easy to handle.
— Susanne Meyer