| According to the FN breeding evaluation, Wie Weltmeyer is one of the top stallions of German dressage horse breeding just like his father. He is currently registered with the same dressage index (148) as Weltmeyer himself. |
Wie Weltmeyer was short listed for the British team at the 2000 Olympic Games in Sydney with Emma Hindle. At the 2003 European Dressage Championships in Hickstead, Wie Weltmeyer and Emma Hindle contributed to the British team winning the bronze medal, and were eighth individually. In 2004, the pair took part in the Olympic Games in Athens.
Through numerous successes in dressage, Wie Weltmeyer has achieved a winning total of 40,190 euros. At the same time, he has also established himself as a sire whose offspring have also been successful up to Grand Prix.
The British rider, Fiona Bigwood, and her Hanovarian gelding, Wie Atlantico (Wie Weltmeyer- Rondo), claimed many victories and placings internationally including a team silver and 12th place individually representing Great Britian at the World Equestrian Games in Kentucky.
|Weltmeyer ||World Cup I ||Woermann |
|St.Pr.St. Sendernixe |
|St.Pr.St. Anka ||Absatz |
|St.Pr.St. Adelsbuch |
|St.Pr.St. Daisy ||Dynamo ||Don Carlos |
|Danja ||Dagobert |
1990 chestnut 16.2 hand Hanoverian
Approved for: Hanoverian, Oldenburg, Rheinland-Pfalz-Saar, South German Societies, Westphalian, Rheinland, British Warmblood
Stallion Performance Test, Medingen 1993: Overall: 135.36 1st/44, Dressage: 138.65 2nd, Jumping: 115.60 11th
FN Breeding Value Index, 2012: Dressage: 148/91%, Jumping: 94/78%
Hanoverian Breeding Values, 2012: Dressage: 132/82%, Jumping: 85/82%, Type: 100/81%, Fundament: 123/81%
Breeder: Volker Bachmann
Owner: Brookhouse Stud