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Dimaggio Black is a beautiful black son of the former young horse world champion Dimaggio, who died far too early. A Dimaggio son from a towering mother who previously presented two premium stallions in Vechta, Dimaggio Black became the highest scoring five-year-old at his stallion sport test held in Muenster-Handorf in January/February 2021. He received a 9.5 for walk and canter, 9 for trot and 9.5 for rideability for a total of 9.40. 

His sire, Dimaggio was himself fourth in the 1999 Bundeschampionat, world champion in 2000 of five-year-old dressage horses in Arnhem/NED and victorious up to Intermediate I. He has sired many top horses for the modern dressage sport. Sixty-one of his descendants placed in the heavy class in Germany alone, most notably Duke of Britain (Frederic Wandres). Dimaggio produced 25 breeding stallions in Germany. From Dimaggio's first crop of foals he produced the 2002 British Warmblood Champion and the British Sport Horse Champion. He returned to Germany and from his first crop there, three sons sold at elite auctions for top prices. Son, FS Demiral, was finalist at the Bundeschampionat for young dressage horses and is now winning up to Inter I. In 2014 offspring, Half Moon Delphi, and rider under Michael Eilberg became Vice World Champion in Caen/FRA and placed fourth in the Nations Cup in Aachen for Team Britain, only after winning the team bronze medal at the European Championship in Herning/DEN in 2013. Also, Headmore Delegate is also successful in international Grand Prix. At the WC for young dressage horses the licensed stallion Auheims’s Del Magico took silver for Austria in the section of six-year old dressage horses. In the final of the Bundeschampionat for five-year old dressage horses Fuenf Sterne placed.

His dam produced two premium stallions at VechtaWith known stallion Christ, Dimaggio Black's dam Feela produced the I c-premium stallion of the 2011 Oldenburg Stallion Licensing, Cristall. With Diamond Hit, Feela produced 2015 premium stallion Diamond First and with Bailomos Biolly she produced St.Pr.St. Bailea who was in the 2014 Elite Mare show in Rastede. 

Dam sire Fuerst Heinrich was winner of the 2002 Oldenburg Award and became the celebrated World Champion of the five-year-old dressage horses in Verden in 2003. Within a few years he developed into an absolute star sire with more than 30 licensed stallions and more than 50 state and association premium mares.

Via Famos and Benedictus the pedigree brings significant genes from Holstein breeding.

Stallion Details

16.2 hands
Approved For
Oldenburg, Westphalian, Hanoverian, Rhinelander, Mecklenburg, German Sport Horse, southern Germany breeding associations

Dimaggio Black : PEDIGREE

Dimaggio Don Primero Donnerhall
Winnipeg World Cup I
Feela Fuerst Heinrich Florestan I
Varida Famos

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