Fürstenreich is the ultimate text book example of type. He is blessed with all attributes that will make him a "King of the Ring": correct conformation, three exceptional basic gaits, willingness to work and very easy to ride.
Fürstenreich completed his 30-day test in 2001 with outstanding results. He was a winner of numerous Riding Horse tests and Dressage Horse tests from L to M-level. In 2003 and 2004 he qualified for the Bundeschampionate with high notes. Furthermore, he was a finalist at the 2004 World Championships for Young Dressage Horses in Verden. Meanwhile, he has become a highly successful international Prix St Georges horse.
His first crop of foals amazed. He is the sire of several Champion Foals at regional and provincial breed shows and championships. They all dazzled with their outstanding type and excellent movements. On several occasions, his offspring where sold at foal auctions in North Germany, achieving top knock down prices. A Fürstenreich filly became British National Champion in the 3-year old mare division.
His sire Florestan I, the most wanted foundation stallion for the NRW Breed, produced countless licensed sons, numerous State Premium Mares and several Bundeschampionate participants. His ride able offspring sell like hot cakes at NRW- Riding Horse Auctions in Münster-Handorf. They are all proof of Florestan’s exceptional heritability. Dam sire Matador, who is the exemplary model of post-war Trakehner breeding, was the DLG-Champion in Munich. Westfalian performance sires Apart and Damhirsch are in the third and fourth generation of Fürstenreich’s pedigree. The Warendorf state stallion Dante also descends from this dam line of Jutta (by Julmond/T).