Grand-grand dam Boa herself won riding tests and produced Devido by Don Romantic, who was also highly successful in riding tests with scores of up to 8.5 before being sold to Israel. The grand-grand-grand dam also produced the international Grand Prix winner Rohdium with Celine Michaud, who both joined the longlist for the World Equestrian Games. Other horses successful in equestrian sports include twelve-time winner of riding and dressage tests Ravelin, who later found success in the US, and licensed stallion Rothschild-Le Baron. The damline produced several successful advanced sport horses, such as the dressage horses Rosenborg and Decimus, and plenty of internationally successful jumpers including Winnipeg, Lord Grannus and licensed stallion Couleur Lamour.
Licensed stallions from this line include Couleur Lamour by Couleur Rubin und Rothschild-Le Baron by Rubinstein I.
The line also produced successful sport horses, included Rohdiam by Rohdiamant (Grand Prix dressage), Rosenborg by Rubinstein I (PSG/intermediate I), Winnipeg by Indorado (1.60 m show-jumping), Detroit by Cardento (1.55 m show-jumping), S & L Chubby Checker by Cardento (1.50 m show-jumping) Uzora by Indoctro (1.50 m show-jumping) Coverboy by Veron (1.50 m show-jumping), Lord Grannus by Lord Pezi (1.45 m show-jumping), Rocky Rockyson by Rocky Lee (1.45 m show-jumping), Chalande du Meugon by Chalan (1.45 m show-jumping), Cora by Vermont (1.40 m show-jumping), Borakora by Empire (1.40 m show-jumping) and Air Force One by Arpeggio (1.40 m show-jumping).
For Dance has been impressing people far and wide since he was licensed. Named a premium stallion, he is fulfilling all of the hopes invested in him. He qualified for the German Championships at age four, five and six, making great rounds. As a result of his exceptional offspring, he was crowned runner-up grand champion by the Oldenburger Verband.
As the damsire and one of Vivaldi’s most impressive sons, Dream Boy plays a key role in the pedigree and has already been successful to Grand Prix level. His progeny have already found great success at the Dutch equivalent of the German Championships.
Don Romantic was active in Denmark and sired several licensed stallions. Many of his descendants are successful to the advanced dressage level.