approved for: Hanover, Holstein, OS, Mecklenburg, Rhineland, Westphalia
and all Southern German Verbands. Also Sweden, Italy, France, Denmark, Poland and Austria.
Goldfever I FRH and Ludger Beerbaum took Olympic team gold in Sydney 2000, EC team gold and individual silver in Donaueschingen 2003, EC team silver and individual bronze in Mannheim 2007, gold at the German Championships in Balve 2000 and Muenster 2001. In recognition of these outstanding successes, he was immortalized at the Aachen Walk of Fame in 2015. Goldfever I FRH has collected more than 2.3 million Euros in prizes until he was retired from sport at the CHIO in Aachen 2009. In 2010 he was honoured with the Hanoverian Stallion of the Year award. His dam Gundula also produced the licensed Goldfever II, who has placed in dressage up to advanced (S) level.
Goldfever I -> Grosso Z / Galvano / Damhirsch
Through his sire Grosso Z and the dam’s sire Galvano, Goldfever I FRH has two lines that go back to the line founding stallion Goldfisch II.
His dam Gundula also produced the licensed Goldfever II, who has placed in dressage up to advanced (S) level.
Because of its use in sport, Goldfever I FRH still presents a lot of horses for the international top sport, such as the European team gold and bronze winner Gotha FRH/Ludger Beerbaum and Henrik von Eckermann/SWE, the Nations Cup-successful Goldstar, the Junior EC-successful Georgia as well as the licensing and stallion performance test winner and WEG participant Goldwing.
In addition to Goldwing and the two premium stallions Golden Eye and Glendale, a further son was licensed in 2016 in Italy. Six mares have been awarded state premium, whereas Goldfeverin has scored 9.5 for free-jumping in her broodmare performance test.