approved for: Hanover, Mecklenburg, Oldenburg,
Rhineland, Southern German Stud Books, Westphalia
Premium stallion and winner of his 30-day-test
A king of the dressage ring: Large in frame and impressive and at the same time charming and elegant, the premium stallion Danciano always presents himself as a noble but also self-confident dressage talent for the highest of demands. He convinces with three equally excellent paces and an exemplary rideability. At the 30-day test, Danciano was the superior stallion of the quality candidates. He received a mark of 8.48, the highest overall mark, and a mark of 8.91 for stallions with an emphasis on dressage, the second highest mark. His trot was awarded a 10.0! In 2014, he made his debut in sport achieving wins and placings in riding horse classes, was Hanoverian Vice-Champion in Verden and was nominated for the German national championships. In 2015, in line with his age group, he won dressage horse competitions at L level and was placed at the German national championships of five-year-old dressage horses.
Danciano -> Dancier / Rotspon / Wolkenstein II
His first crop brought several premium foals. His sire Dancier was Champion Stallion at the Hanoverian licensing in Verden. In 2005, he won the stallion performance test in Adelheidsdorf and in 2006, he became Hanoverian Vice-Champion Riding Horse and Bronze Medalist of four year old stallions at the German national championships in Warendorf. He was then successful at S level and started his breeding career: From his first crops of foals, 26 of his sons were licensed, including the top prices at the Verden stallion market in 2011 and 2012.
The dam Rodney´s Girl is full sister to the licensed stallion Rood Vander who won at advanced level/S level with Martina Hannöver-Sternberg. The dam sire Rotspon was premium sire at the Verden licensing, champion of his stallion performance test and is seen as a distinctive dressage horse producer. In the third generation comes Wolkenstein II, probably the most influential son of Weltmeyer, who won the German national championships and his stallion performance test in 1993. Danciano represents the Hanoverian mare lineage 244/Dollarkunst (by Dollart-Format III etc.), which was widely represented especially in Oldenburg with stallions such as De Kuyper, De Vito and Dépardieu. Also from this lineage come the licensing champion stallion Raferty and the internationally successful dressage horse Chagall15/ Madeleine Winter-Schulze.
Danciano: top choice for sophisticated dressage breeding