Remember Me
FillyColor:ChestnutBreed:Rheinland Pfalz-Saar
Birthdate:4/19/2015Height:16.3 hhLife Nr:

Reign Dancer
Hannoverian
840 023 039359208
Royal PrinceRohdiamant
Piri-Piri
DiotimaDonnerschlag
Melody
Zitrone
Canadian Warmblood
ON-724-95 G
ZornChagall
Zenta
PinataPajas
Wolke

Remember Me is a filly with very powerful movement.

She scored a bold 8 all around, for her lovely type & unbelievable movement at the "Rheinland-Pfalz-Saar International" (RPSI) inspection, earning her Gold Premium.


Her sire REIGN DANCER is a compact young stallion with absolutely breathtaking movement.His sire ROYAL PRINCE had been approved in the fall of 2001 by the Hanoverian Verband and was a finalist in the 2002 Bundeschampionat. As a 4-year old, ROYAL PRINCE was Reserve Champion at his 30-day and 70-day Performance Tests, earning 10’s for his rideability and walk, 9’s for trot, canter, and willingness to work. He was again a finalist at the Bundeschampionat that same year. ROYAL PRINCE made sweeping wins of all his classes at the 2004 East Coast Selection Trials for the FEI World Championships for Young Horses and earned an unprecedented score of 9.82. At the Championships in Verden, Germany, ROYAL PRINCE made a bit of American history when he earned an overall score of 8.84 and a final standing of 4th place in the world! No American entry to date has placed so successfully in this international event. ROYAL PRINCE finished the 2004 season by winning the US National Championships for Five-Year-Olds with an overall score of 9.14. ROYAL PRINCE repeated his East Coast Selection Trials win in 2005 and returned to the World Breeding Championships to represent the US. He consistently earned 9’s and 10’s for his walk, 8’s and 9’s for his trot, canter, and submissiveness over these two years. Beginning in 2007 Royal Prince was partnered with Michael Bragdell. Together they have earned Michael’s USDF Bronze Medal, Third and Fourth Level Reserve Championships at the BLM Finals, and a Reserve Championship at Fourth Level at the USDF Region 1 Finals. 2010 marked ROYAL PRINCE’S Prix St. Georges debut under Christopher Hickey. Earning scores in the high 60s and into the 70s, ROYAL PRINCE clearly enjoyed the new demands of the FEI. His pirouettes are especially easy and he shows an excellent ability to sit for the collected work. Rideability, elegance, and international quality gaits are highlights of ROYAL PRINCE and of his ancestors. ROYAL PRINCE’S, sire ROHDIAMANT, was a highly successful Grand Prix dressage competitor who was short-listed for the US Olympic Team with Lisa Wilcox. Standing at the prestigious Gestut Vorwerk, ROHDIAMANT has had an enormous influence in both Hanoverian and Oldenburg breeding programs. He currently has an FN Dressage Index of 150 points and his offspring are sought out by both riders and breeders. Grandsire RUBINSTEIN has been one of the most influential dressage sires in recent history. He also competed internationally at the Grand Prix level and is known for the excellent rideability of his offspring. ROYAL PRINCE’s dam PIRI PIRI is by the influential Thoroughbred stallion PRINCE THATCH xx. This Celle stallion has been ranked #9 on the VhW’s listing for production of dressage horses – a rare honor for a thoroughbred. PICCOLINO, by PRINCE THATCH, was among the top ranked horses on the German Dressage team and in 2003 helped secure the Team Gold for Germany at the European Dressage Championships and placed 6th individually. PIRI PIRI’s dam WINZERIN is by WENZEL I, the 1980 Champion of Hannover and winner of his stallion performance test in Adelheidsdorf in 1979. WENZEL I’s influence lives on in many top dressage horses like his internationally successful sons WALK ON TOP, WANNINGER, and WELDON SURPRSE.REIGN DANCER’s dam DIOTIMAS was Reserve Grand Champion of the MAHB show and 3rd at Dressage at Devon (80.7%); great Mare Performance Test scores from Verden, Germany. His dam DIOTIMAS sire is DONNERSCHLAG who was the top sire of Gestut St. Ludwig's stud in Germany, where he left a distinctive mark on an era of breeding. His sire, DONNERHALL, was a stallion of legendary proportion. PIROLA, his dam, was a full sister to the famous PIK BUBE I. DONNERSCHLAG has produced numerous approved sons, including DREAM OF HEIDELBERG, DONNERWIND, DONNERLUCK, DONNERFURST, DIAMOND DANCER and DONNERGOLD. DONNERSCHLAG was imported in 2000 and strands at Fairwind Farm in Santa Rosa, California. In the United States, he is approved by the North American division of the Oldenburg Verband and by the American Hanoverian Society. DONNERSCHLAG’S sire DONNERHALL is the most successful dressage horse in the world and looks back on an exemplary career. He managed, like no other sire of his generation to combine success in breeding and in sport alike. In 1986 DONNERHALL was the German DLG Champion in Hanover. After many wins in Grand Prix, Grand Prix Special and freestyle classes at International level he became German champion in Mannheim with his constant rider Karin Rehbein in 1994, team world champion and individual bronze medal winner in The Hague. This was followed by another climax in 1997: Team gold and individual bronze at the European Dressage Championships in Verden. In 1998 he was once more included in the German world championship team and with Karin Rehbein was a member of the gold medal team in Rome, where he attained fourth place in the individual results. DONNERHALL won the World Cup European League, as well as being the Oldenburg dressage stallion of the year in 1997 and 1998 respectively. At the end of 1998 he farewelled himself from competition sport. “fresh as a daisy” at seventeen years of age and was frenetically applauded at all stages of his farewell tour. It is nearly impossible to provide a complete survey of DONNERHALL’s breeding record here, as it would necessitate the writing of a separate book. In Germany alone he has produced over 50 approved stallion sons and more than 35 State Premium Mares. His son DAVIGNON I was the Federal Riding Horse Champion of 1992. His daughter PRIMAVERA was the champion mare of the Oldenburg elite mare show in 1992 and in the same year she was champion riding horse and also third in the federal championships. His daughter HALLO won the elite mare show in Rastede in 1994. DEUTSCHE EINHEIT was second in the Federal Championships in Verden in 1992 and in the same year she was top-priced lot of all the German Breed Societies auctions reaching DM420,000 (£147,000). Her full brother DUNTROON was vice-champion stallion of the Oldenburg approvals in 1993 and in 1994 he won the stallion performance test in Adelheidsdorf. Another top-priced lot of the Vechta sales was the approved stallion DONNERSCHWEE. The approved stallion DON PRIMERO and the mare HIGH NOON 15 made their careers as outstanding dressage horses. HIGH NOON 15 is a full sister to the elite mare HALLO. In 1996 DONNERHALL presented Germany’s highest priced auction horse DONATELLO. For years now DONNERHALL has been at the very top of the FN (German) breeding value rating for dressage. His latest highlight was in 1998 where he presented the most expensive foal of all the breed association auctions: DEINHARD was sold to The Netherlands for DM 155,000 (£54,500) at the Vechta foal auction.

ZITRONE is a born performance horse with excellent dressage bloodlines. True to her breeding, she won the first dressage show she entered, kept on winning and never looked back. This mare has exceptional movement and a brilliant mind. Her sire is the World Cup dressage horse ZORN by CHAGALL, who is also the sire of such horses as the Olympic bronze medalist GAUGUIN DE LULLY ridden by Christine Schtueckelberger and also the Olympic gold medalist PIAFF, ridden by Liselott Linsenhoff. Her dam PINATA is an old type, heavy boned, large framed mare, with ground covering strides and incredible scope over fences. PIK KÖNIG produced the two famous stallions PIK BUBE I and the Celle owned PIK BUBE II. Both are sires of excellent dressage as well as jumping progeny. PIK BUBE I was a Prix St George horse with Herbert Rehbein, his daughter PIKANTJE became the German National Riding Horse Champion and her son PICASSO was exported to Denmark where he stands at stud.
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