approved for : German Riding Pony
FS Don’t Worry is one of Germany’s most outstanding pony stallions. He was reserve champion of the riding pony koering in Aachen in 1998, the same year he won the NRW riding pony Championship for the first time, and which he repeated in 1999. Don’t Worry won the Bundeschampionat for riding ponies in 1998 and 1999, receiving six perfect 10’s! He won his stallion test in Muenster-Handorf, and has multiple wins in dressage in M and S classes, Intermediar I and Prix St. George. Don’t Worry won a bronze medal in the Rhein championships and was fifth in the German junior championship under Miriam Licinio.
FS Don’t Worry -> Dacapo Doro / Golden Dancer / Black Magic
His sire, Dacapo Doro, won at Hickstead and grandsire Derano Gold was European champion. Dam, Golden Sunlight, is a Bundeschampion.
Not only does this dual Bundeschampionat winner and FEI level dressage champion have an endless list of national and international wins and placements in competition himself, but the achievements of his progeny are truly quite extraordinary. He has sired no less than 11 Bundeschampions and a great many Reserve Bundeschampions, had five top placed sons at the 2002 German Riding Pony Stallion Approvals, and a daughter who sold for the record price of 70,000 euros at auction. In the year 1998, FS Don’t Worry was named Reserve Champion of the German Riding Pony Approvals, held at Aachen, 3yo Champion of the NRW Riding Pony Championship, and 3yo Bundeschampion. In 1999, he won his Stallion Performance Test at Muenster Handorf, was 4yo Champion of the NRW Riding Pony Championship, and 4yo Bundeschampion, this time receiving an incredible six scores of 10.0. FS Don’t Worry has ammassed a multitude of wins and championships in the national and international dressage arena, where he competed with enormous success to Intermediare I level. He won a bronze medal in the Rhein Championships, and took 5th place in the German Junior National Championships, ridden by Miriam Licinio.
By the young age of 13 FS Don’t Worry had already produced over 30 Licensed Stallions and 35 State Premium mares.