Donnerschwee

The Donnerhall son, Donnerschwee, is a stallion of the very highest quality, who is also a very high quality sire. He was the top lot of the 1992 Vechta elite auction at DM 220,000. His dam, SPS Weltwunder, was the champion mare in Aix la Chapelle in 1986. Donnerschwee's first crop of nine foals, resulted in the premium stallion D-Day, who was tested in performance class I, and the SPS mares Doubleple, Fariola and Weissera. The latter won the 1996 Oldenburg State Riding Horse Championship and was third of the four year olds at the Federal Championship in Warendorf. She is meanwhile successful at advanced level. In 1999, the Donnerschwee daughter Geisha was the runner-up of the Oldenburg elite mare show in Rastede, before she was sold to the USA. In 2000, Donnerschwee made the headlines once more. His daughter Grace Kelly was awarded the state premium Diamond Ring, and became state vice-champion, ambassador of the Oldenburg Association at the state championship and one of the top auction lots at the Vechta autumn auction, where she was sold to the USA for DM 200,000. Donnerschwee's second son Don Rubin was also approved and landed in the premium lot of the Oldenburg stallion approval, where he changed hands as the record-priced horse of the 2000 age group, for the sum of DM. 380,000. Donnerschwee himself celebrated triumphs in the dressage arena, with high placements at state and federal championships. He continued his sports career with ease, winning intermediate and advanced dressage competitions as well as Intermediaire I and being in the forefront at Grand Prix events.

 

 

 

Donnerhall Donnerwetter Disput
Meli
Ninette Markus
Negola
Weltwunder Freiherr Furioso II
Almentanne
Wenke Adrian
Wenka

1988 liver chestnut 16.2-hand Oldenburg

Stallion Performance Test 1993, Adelheidsdorf  

Overall score 115.10 / 13th of 53

Dressage score 121.66 / 8th

Jumping score 97.46

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

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