Not only is the 2002 stallion (Dressage Royal-Ria Grande, Ritual) one of the top Hanoverian sires in the world, Damsey FRH has earned multiple CDI Grand Prix wins with Helen Langehanenberg. The pair are currently ranked in the top 10 of the FEI World Dressage Ranking List. Their CDI Grand Prix personal best is 78.044 percent and their Grand Prix Freestyle personal best is 83.880 percent.
The 2000 gelding (De Niro-EM Wibranda, Wolkenstein II) has many CDI Grand Prix wins in his resume with Diane Creech. In 2005, they won the Canadian FEI 5-Year-Old Championship title and in 2006, the duo represented Canada at the World Championships for Young Horses in Verden, Germany. Devon is now the U25 Grand Prix mount for Vanessa Creech-Terauds and they were undefeated in the division at the 2018 Dressage at Devon.
The 2003 Oldenburg gelding (Rubin Royal-Rolling Home) has competed extensively with Diane Creech, earning top placings in the CDI small tour division in Canada and the United States. The pair were the reserves for the Canadian team for the Pan American Games in Toronto.
The 2003 gelding (Chrevis Cavallo - Chrevis La VI, Matador) is an up and coming Grand Prix star with Diane Creech. The pair have multiple small tour CDI wins and in 2016, they swept the CDI Grand Prix and Grand Prix Special in Saugerties, New York. In 2018, he earned top scores in multiple CDI Grand Prixs at AGDF and helped Canada win a team silver medal in the CDIO3* Nations Cup.
The 2004 gelding (His Highness-Wolkenfee, Wolkenstein II) is under the training of Sue Blinks. The pair rode down centerline for the first time together in the summer of 2016. They earned high scores in the 70s in the small tour in Tryon, North Carolina, and he made a successful Grand Prix debut in 2018.
The 2004 gelding (His Highness-SPS Lapislazuly, Lancier) has competed in the CDI small tour with Diane Creech and they have won many classes across the United States and Canada. The pair moved up to Grand Prix in 2016 and in 2018 he won the CDI3* Grand Prix Special at Dressage at Devon.
The 2004 gelding (Conteur-Ramira, Rotspon) captured the 2015 Fourth Level Open Championship at the US Dressage Finals with Mike Suchanek. They also have continued up the levels and are currently competing in Prix St. Georges.
The 2006 gelding (Rubin Royal-SPS Glory Dream, Glorieux) has won many junior and young rider CDI divisions with Vanessa Creech-Terauds, and has qualified for the North American Junior & Young Rider Championships.
The 2007 mare (Damsey FRH-Belinda, Brentano II) is a talented Grand Prix mount who has competed up the levels with Diane Creech and they made their Grand Prix debut in spring 2016. In 2018, the pair were named the reserves for the FEI World Equestrian Games Canadian Team.
The 2007 gelding (His Highness-Waterlily L, Wolkenstein II) has had standout success with Mike Suchanek. In 2016, he was the Region 4 Prix St. Georges and Intermediate 1 Champion, as well as claiming the US Dressage Final Intermediate 1 Open Championship and earning reserve championship in the US Dressage Finals Prix St. Georges Open Championship.
Fleur de Lis L
The 2009 mare (First Dance-EM De La Rosa, De Niro) won the Second Level Open Championship at the 2015 U.S. Dressage Finals after taking the Training Level Open Reserve Championship the year before with Mike Suchanek. Vanessa Creech-Terauds and Fleur de Lis L captured double silver medals in the Junior Individual and Junior Freestyle competitions at the 2016 Adequan®/FEI North American Junior & Young Rider Championships. In 2017, they were the FEI Young Rider Champions at the Florida International Youth Dressage Championships.
Fighting Chance L
The 2009 gelding (First Dance-EM Helia, Hohenstein) placed fifth in the 6-year-old division at the 2015 Markel/USEF Young Horse Dressage National Championships with Mike Suchanek. In 2016, the pair won the Region 4 Second Level Open Championship and was the First Level Open Reserve Champion. He also placed third in the 2016 US Dressage Finals Second Level Open Championships.
The 2010 gelding (EH Herzensdieb- Pia Colada, Pik L) won the US Dressage Finals Second Level Open Championship in 2016 with Mike Suchanek. He also placed second in the nation for the Adequan/USDF Second Level Dressage Horse of the Year with a median score of 74.086 percent and he came away with the win as the highest placing horse for the Second Level Open All-Breed Award for the American Hanoverian Society.
The 2011 mare (Damsey-Weltbekanna L, Weltbekannt) placed seventh in the nation for the Adequan/USDF Training Level Dressage Horse of the Year with a median score of 76.364 percent. In the Training Level Open All-Breed Award for the American Hanoverian Society, the five-year-old mare placed third in the nation.
The 2011 mare (Damsey-De La Rosa, De Niro) won the 2016 Adequan/USDF First Level Dressage Horse of the Year with a median score of 77.794 percent. She also won the First Level Open All-Breed Award for the American Hanoverian Society and earned the First Level Open reserve championship at the US Dressage Finals.
The 2006 gelding (His Highness–MS Eileen, Espri) is competing in the FEI Young Rider division with Vanessa Creech-Terauds. In 2018, the duo represented Ontario well at the Adequan/FEI North American Youth Championships. They also swept the CDI Young Rider division at Dressage at Devon.
The 2011 gelding (Damsey-EM Wibranda, Wolkenstein II) won the Region 4 First Level Open Championship and earned the Training Level Open Reserve Championship in 2015 with Mike Suchanek. He then coasted to top 10 finishes in both of his championship classes at Training and First Level at the US Dressage Finals.