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Farewell III

Farewell III

Year of birth: 
2008
Color: 
Dark Brown
Height: 
170
Level: 
Grote Tour
Sex: 
Stallion
Studbook: 
Westfahler
Father: 
Mother: 
Category: 
Stallions
Group: 
Other

Premium Stallion

Vice Champion Bundeschampionat 2003

4th Bundeschampionat 2004

Bundeschampion 2006

Licensed for Oldenburg, Hannover, Westphalia, Rhineland, all Southern German Verbands, Belgium, KWPN and Sweden.

Farewell III was Premiumed at the 2002 North Rhine-Westphalian Approval. At his 30 day test in Vechta he was in the leading group of the test lot, gaining top scores in all parts of the index. At the 2003 Federal Championship of three-year-old stallions, he became vice-champion under Sandra Kötter. In 2004 Farewell III won the qualification of the four-year-old stallions, and came fourth in the finals. In 2006 Farewell III became the 6yr old Dressage Bundeschampion.

When Farewell III turned seven, he and Sandra Kötter won several advanced (S) level to Prix St. Georg tests.

 Farewell III comes from one of the best mare families in Westphalia, a family that has been producing licensed stallions, champion mares, Bundeschampionat participants, top auction horses and successful sport horses for decades.

Through Rosenkavalier-Apart, the dam is bred similarly to Rubinstein and Farewell III is inbred over the legendary Romadour II. A high degree of rideability, an outstanding walk and great moments of movement are his distinguishing characteristics as a sire.

 His sire Fidermark, Bundeschampion and trained to Grand Prix, is deemed the most significant representative of the Florestan line. There has never been a Bundeschampionat without spectacular horses from this line. It is already apparent that Farewell III's off-spring will be rushing off to the big dressage rings.

A Farewell III colt from his first foal crop took third place at the 2004 German Foal Championship.