World Champion, Bundeschampion, State Champion. With his current dressage index of 137 points, French Kiss is among the 5% best progenitors of Germany. His offspring have been very successful in the young horse dressage tests. This was exemplified the best by his sons, First Kiss and Fair Play who were selected for the Bundeschampionate in 2006. First Kiss was also the Reserve State Champion of Baden-Würtemberg two years in a row.
Out of his first two breeding years, French Kiss already has 6 approved sons in several German studbooks. One of these approved sons was the champion of the 2005 Licensing in Baden Württemberg, Ferrero Kiss. In the fall of 2006, Fire Kiss was licensed as a premium stallion in Zweibrücken.
Highlights of French Kiss
2001: Winner 30 day performance test Neustadt-Dosse• State Champion Baden-Würtemberg, final score 8,8• Finalist Bundeschampionate
2002: Landeschampion Baden-Württemberg• Bundeschampion, final score 9,1
2003: Bronze medalist at the World Championships for the Five y.o. Dressage Horses in Verden• Fourth place at the Bundeschampionate Dressage
2004: World Champion of the Six y.o. Dressage Horses in Verden, final score 9,16 (trot 9,0 – canter 8,8 – walk 9,7 – rideability 9,0 – overall impression 9,3)
2006: Dressage FN Breeding Index of 137 points which ranks French Kiss in the top 5% of dressage sires of Germany.
Bloodline F x D is not only the secret of French Kiss. This combination led to several world class horses. His sire, Florestan I, has an FN Dressage Breeding Index of 146 points and has already produced 75 approved stallions. 42 offspring perform at S Level in dressage. His damsire, Donnerhall, has an even higher Dressage Index of 153 points. He is the dressage progenitor of Germany at this moment. He has already produced 115 approved sons worldwide.
The dam line of French Kiss is the absolute top in Germany. His dam, Donnerfee, represented Baden-Würtemberg with grace during the National Mare Show in Warendorf. Her daughter, Rozenstolz out of Ragazzo (a half sister to French Kiss) presented the Bundeschampion of 2006, Mozes. Rozenstolz herself became the Reserve State Champion in Baden-Württemberg, won a bronze medal at the Southern German Championship, and was fifth at the 2002 National Mare Show in Neustadt-Dosse. From this Hannovarian dam line descend the stallions Feinsinn, Don Jonson, Agram, Edelmeister, Lommelhof, Granit, Matrox, Watzmann, and the Bundeschampionesse and S-dressage winner Bini Bo.
- 16.2 hands
- Approved For
- Westphalian, Rheinlander, Baden-Wuertemberg
- 30 Day Performance Test 2001 Neustadt-Dosse: Dressage: 8.28, Jumping: 8.18
FN Breeding Index: Dressage 137/92%, Jumping 93/76%
French Kiss : PEDIGREE
|Florestan I||Fidelio||Furioso II|
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