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One of the successful sons of the legendary sire Weltmeyer is the chestnut stallion Wolkentanz. He became Champion Stallion at the Verden licensing in 1993. One year later in 1994 he won the three-year-old stallions classification at the Federal Championships of German Riding Horses, and was runner-up in the stallion performance test, scoring a convincing 140.53 points in the dressage category. In 1995 Wolkentanz was honored as the best stallion of his age-group. Like his father, Wolkentanz has excellent movements, very good rideability and great talent for dressage. Last year was a very good one for this promising young sire who thrills audiences with his breathtaking trot as a member of the Celle Dressage Quadrille. His offspring turned head with their fantastic movements, wherever they competed or were inspected. In 2001 he produce both the champion colt and filly of the German Foal Championships--with both scoring perfect 10's on their gaits! Thus, Wolkentanz appears to be Weltmeyer's best producing son so far.In 2005, Wolkentanz received a Breeding Value Index of 157 points, with an assurance of 97% heritability, from the German Equestrian Federation.  

Weltmeyer World Cup I Woermann
SPS Anka Absatz
SPS Lovely Ludendorff Lugano I
SPS Artige Aristides

1991 chestnut 16.1-hand Hanoverian

Approved for: Hanoverian

Stallion Performance Test 199,4, Adelheidsdorf

Overall score 133.78 / 2nd of 35 

Dressage score 140.53 / 2nd 

Jumping score 109.56 / 9th 

Winner of the stallion licensing in Verden 1993 

Winner of the three-year-old stallions classification at the Federal Championships of German Riding Horses 1994 

Best stallion of his age-group 1995 

Progeny results in competition

Breeding value dressage: 124 ++ 

Breeding information progeny

Number of licensed sons: 9 

Number of registered broodmares: 41 

Number of state premium mares and candidates: 18 

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