High Colour (IMP) – Hochadel x Weltmeyer
Date of birth: May 2009
Dam sire: Weltmeyer
Imported Main Studbook Hannoverian mare by Hochadel out of a weltmeyer mare. She was purchased at the 2009 Mare and foal Auction in Verden.
High Colour is a beautiful black mare with exceptional paces and consistently produces exceptional dressage foals.
Hochadel (Hanoverian) - After a series of wins and high placings in the young horse tests, Hochadel won the 2003 Stallion Performance Test in Adelheidsdorf earning a perfect score of 10 for rideability. In 2004, he won the Hadelm Riding Horse Prize, and he has since become highly regarded as a sire having produced the licensed sons Hohenzollern, High Crusador, and Hochstern along with the 2010 Bundeschampionate bronze medalist of the 5 yr. old Dressage Horses, Horatio, ridden by Dorothee Schneider. Dorothee and Horatio placed fifth at the 2011 World Championships for the 6 yr. old Dressage Horses, and they recently placed a close third at the 2012 CDI4* Peterhof Dressur Gala in the Prix St. Georges Special scoring a 72.04%. Added to this, Hochadel can boast 75 State Premium Hanoverian daughters
What am I (Hanoverian) - Dam Sire Weltmeyer was already a legend at 13 years of age! The most admired stallion Weltmeyer was the winner of the stallion testing at Adelheidsdorf 1987. He was Champion of the 3 y.o. riding horses at the national championship at Vechta in 1987 and champion of the DLG 1989 in Frankfurt. Also in 1989 he was Stallion Conformation class Champion in Hanover. His outstanding gaits and his rideability make him to be most qualified to produce dressage horses with very good type. Weltmeyer has cadenced movements and beautiful suspension and elevation. He jumps well too! He is schooled up to advanced level and joined the world-famous ‘Celle chestnuts’ for shows all over the world. Weltmeyer is a most impressive stallion. On his sire’s side is World Cup by Woermann, on his dam’s side is Absatz. Offspring of Woermann fetch very high prices, and Absatz is a producer of leading sires. World Cup 1 was already an outstanding sire: performance test winner, double DLG reserve champion stallion, sire of top stallions and a DLG champion mare.