This filly descends from the Hanoverian Jamaika line.
This family of mares, which hails from Allwörden in Kehdingen, is characterised by its ability to bequeath its offspring with a wide range of desirable performance traits. This has been proven by 95 sport horses to date, placing in the highest levels of the disciplines of show-jumping, dressage, eventing and combined driving, with total prize money of € 94,134. Of particular note are the horses San Royal 3, who successfully completed at Grand Prix level with Kathleen Keller and Connor 33, who impressed the judges from a young age in Aachen as part of the Youngster Tour and who now competes at the advanced three-star level in show-jumping with Johanna Zander-Keil. On the breeding side, this comparatively small line has produced 11 state premium mares and five licensed stallions.
The licensed stallions are Witzbold, Wicking, Erlkönig, Weltlöwe, San Francesco Royal and Ascot.
Successful sport horses are San Royal 3 (Grand Prix dressage), Connor 33 (1.40 m), San Francesco (Intermediaire II) and Feline VIII (1.60 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.
Damsire Desperados FRH was the premium stallion in his licensing. He was Hanoverian Champion in 2004 and won the double bronze at the German Championships in Warendorf in 2004 and 2005. Under Kristina Bröring-Sprehe, he has matured into one of the most successful German dressage horses in recent years. He has won and placed at numerous Grand Prix tests. In 2016, he won team gold and individual bronze at the Olympics in Rio. He was also the undisputed number one in the WBFSH global rankings for dressage in 2016.
Golfclub II sired several licensed stallions and successful dressage horses.