|For Romance||Fürst Romancier||Fürst Heinrich||Florestan I|
|Gesina||Sir Donnerhall I||Sandro Hit|
|St.Pr./EM Contenance D|
|St.Pr.M. Reverie||Rubiloh||Rubinstein I||Rosenkavalier|
|St.Pr.M. Canberra||Calypso II|
The Hanoverian premium stallion For Dance was awarded reserve Main Premium Winner of the Oldenburg breeding association after his great first foals in 2017.
In sport, his fourth place at the Bundeschampionat for the four-year-old riding stallions was the highlight of his very successful season, in which he won riding and young horse dressage classes.
For Dance completed his stallion sport test in Verden 2017. He received a final dressage score of 8.22, his rideability (8.7) impressed the judges and he was placed second, behind only his barn mate, Devonport.
He finished his 14-days-test in Schlieckau at the end of the breeding season with a final score of 8.2 in 2016. His canter was marked 9.0, his trot 8.0 and his character/temperament received the top mark of 10.0.
For Dance was the celebrated premium stallion of the Hanoverian licensing in 2015. Dr. Werner Schade said about him: "The number 76, the Rhenish son of For Romance - Rubiloh, thrilled every day with his charm and an extraordinary elasticity. Heike Kemmer told me, that is was very important to have this in the dressage horse breeding. The horse itself and his genetically valuable background make him a great prospect for dressage riders, but foremost for stallion stations."
We are happy that we have won the bid for For Dance. We think that not only his movements and type are outstanding, but also his character. Furthermore, his elastic gaits with great rhythm at any time and his ability for collection are extraordinairy.
For Dance qualified for the Bundeschampionat at his first show in 2018.
For Dance is from the first year of breeding of the Inter I-successful For Romance. He was the celebrated winner of the Oldenburg licensing in 2011 and winner of the main premium award in 2013. His foals have been premium priced and several stallions from his first years of breeding have not only been licensed, but were also awarded premium stallions.
For Romance' full-sister Fasine OLD was "Bundeschampion" of the 6-year-old dressage horses and is now successful at St. George.
For Dance' dam, state premium mare Reverie, was second best at her mare performance test and is the dam of Flanagan by Fidertanz, winner of the Westphalian stallion licensing, successful up to Grand Prix. His full-sister First Famous became 4th at Para Olympics in Rio in 2016 with the Australian rider Lisa Martin, and won many CDI.
Reverie also brought Francine B (runner-up mare champion) and For Silence (winner of the mare performance test), both by Fidertanz.
The originally Westphalian dam line has, with the sires Rubinstein and Ehrentusch, some interesting bloodlines for our stallion collection. Many great dressage horses come from this dam line.
Some of the Grand Prix successful horses are for example Tannenhof’s Donauwalzer by Donnerschlag, FB Flatley by Fürst Piccolo with Isabell Werth, Memphis by Larone, Lancelott by Lord Sinclair, as well as Gershwin and Goldino B by Goethe. Ronin by Ricardos, Lafayette Lord by Lord Loxley with Ingrid Klimke and Rubio by Ragazzo are successful at Inter I level.
Furthermore, there are a lot of horses from this dam line that collect wins and placings in international competitions of jumping and dressage.
Hanover, Oldenburg, southern German associations, other breeding associations on demand
For Dance at the 1st selection for the World Breeding Championships for Young Dressage Horses
For Dance became vice main premium winner 2017. The noble sire convinces with his outstanding first foals and his great sport performance this year.
For Dance' first foals are born. They impress with their outstanding movements, the correct foundation and very appealing faces.
The colt by For Dance - Stedinger from Harm Oncken's breeding won the 9th Lemwerder foal championship in 2017. For Dance also convinced at the big foal show. The Oldenburg breeding director Dr. Wolfgang Schulze-Schleppinghoff was happy about many foals, that gave a good overview of his heredity: "The stallion convinced completely with his very felicitous first crop. All were very good types with very good movements, long-legged, with very good eyes and walk."