The 2003 stallion (Tambour-Herzensfreude, Tivano) was licensing champion at the 2005 Trakehner licensing in Neumünster, Germany. He was honored with the Elite Hengst title (E.H.) in 2013 by the Trakehner Verband, and is in the top 10 percent of German dressage sires.
The 2004 Hanoverian stallion (Florestan I-SPS Dorina, Donnerhall) made a great impression on the licensing commission in Verden, Germany. He finished his 30-Day Test with flying colors, receiving a score of 9.0 for the walk, an 8.75 for rideability.
The 2007 Oldenburg (Flemmingh-SPS Identify, Inselfurst) was the undisputed Champion of the 2009 Oldenburg Stallion Licensing in Vechta, Germany. He has produced expressive progeny with long lines, beautiful heads, and outstanding movement for dressage and jumping.
The 2004 Hanoverian (His Highness-SPS Red Chili, Rospon) has placed within the top 10 percent of German dressage sires for two consecutive years. He was reserve champion at his 3-year-old stallion test, won many prestigious young horse classes and competed successfully up to Intermediate 1.
The 2002 Hanoverian (Dressage Royal-Ria Grande, Ritual) was a premium stallion at the Hanoverian licensing, finishing his 30-day-test with the rideability top score of 9.25. He has earned top placings in CDI Grand Prix around Europe and has produced many exceptional offspring.
The 2009 Hanoverian (Belissimo M-SPS Heavenly, Hohenstein) earned impressive rideability scores of 10.0 from both of his test riders in his 30-Day-Test in Schlieckau, Germany. He has won multiple young horse class, claimed the 2012 Young Horse Championship in Bärnau and qualified for the Bundeschampionat.
The 2000 stallion (Hohenstein I-SPS Darieen, Donnerhall) was the undisputed Hanoverian licensing champion in 2002. He was champion at his stallion performance test in 2003, and was awarded a dressage index the highest in his class. Owners of his offspring compliment their sweet temperaments, beautiful top lines, and unbelievable movement.