BLOOMFIELD FÜRST LOVE SONG
colour: Dark Brown
breed: Australian Warmblood
breeding: Fürst Love - Sir Donnerhall I- Davidor
stud: Stonehaven Sport Horses
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Bloomfield Fürst Love Song
- A Concentrated Pedigree of Europe's Best Bloodlines
Fürst Love Song boasts the who’s who of modern dressage, with a star-studded line of Sir Donnerhall, Fürst Heinrich, Sandro Hit, Donnerhall, Rubinstein and Davignon. Fürst Love Song is elegant and refined with free-moving paces and natural ability, paired with an amazing temperament – all these traits shine through in his progeny.
Bloomfield Furst Love Song (Australian Warmblood, ACE Registered) is a modern young stallion, line bred to bring to the fore the combined best dressage bloodlines in the world. His pedigree is full of top stallions, top dam lines, World Champions and Olympic competitor and medal producers.
Bloomfield Fürst Love Song features Donnerhall strength (twice in the fourth generation and once in the fifth), including the successful Pik Bube/Donnerhall cross in the stallion Davignon I. There is a double cross of Sandro Hit in the 3rd generation dam and sire line, Pik Bube once each in the 5th and 6th generations and Ramiro Z and Romadour II who both present double crosses in the sixth generation.
Bloomfield Love Furst Song is ideally outcrossed in the next generation, and for this he is well suited for the warmblood, thoroughbred and anglo-arabian mare base developed in New Zealand. He will also cross well with many Trakehner and KWPN lines.
A good example can be seen with the pedigree of the stallion Furst William by the Gestut Sprehe stallion Furst Wilhem who is very similarly bred, also being by Furst Heinrich out of a Sandro Hit/ Love Story mare line cross.
SIRE - Furst Sandstein (Furst Love)
Furst Sandstein (Furst Heinrich x Sanrubina) is a licensed and approved Oldenburg stallion imported into Australia by Bloomfield Stud and re-named Furst Love. Furst Sandstein was Licensed by the Oldenburg Verband in Vechta in 2008 and completed his 30 day HLP testing at Schieklau in Germany in 2009 scoring a very good score of 8.34 in dressage. Furst Sandstein and the Gestut Sprehe stallion Furst Wilhelm are both Furst Heinrich / Sandro Hit cross sons out of the famous Love Story mare family. (Furst Love's grand-dam EI.St. Lady's Rubin is Furst Wilhelm's great grand-dam).
PEDIGREE SIRE LINES
DONNERHALL: Donnerhall was Oldenburg Stallion of the Year 1998, and a winning Grand Prix Dressage competitor. In 1994 he was the individual bronze medallist (and team gold medallist) at the 1994 World Championships at The Hague. He twice won the European World Cup Freestyle League final standings (1997 and 1998). He sired over 50 licensed stallions, including De Niro, and Dark Fire, and top broodmares including Primavera (Oldenburg Champion Mare Rastede 1992 out of Paola, full sister to Pik Bube 1 & 11), and Hallo (Oldenburg Champion Mare Rastede 1994), many Grand Prix and Olympic Dressage horses, including Don Schufro and Damon Hill. (Note: the stallion Bergamon by Baryshnikov is also out Paola. Baryshnikov is also the sire of Banja Luka, great grand-dam of Bloomfield Furst Love Song). Over 30 percent of horses at the Rio Olympics had Donnerhall in their pedigree with the team gold and individual silver medallist a Donnerhall/Pik Bube combination grand-daughter via Don Schufro.
SANDRO HIT: Sandro Hit was German National Champion, World Champion of six-year-old dressage horses and trained up to Grand Prix. He has sired many stallions, broodmares, Grand Prix Dressage Horses and Olympic Horses. At Rio, the Sandro Hit/Rotspon Showtime FRH was a team gold medallist, and grand daughter Weihe Gold was a double medallist carrying the Donnerhall/Pik Bube cross with Sandro Hit.
DAVIGNON I. A Donnerhall/Pik Bube cross Davignon I was 2nd in his stallion licensing 100 day test with a dressage score of 146.9 and won the 1992 4 year old stallion class at the Bundeschampionate. A successful sire of stallions, mares and competition horses, his son Davidor features in Bloomfield Fürst Love Song's pedigree.
PIK BUBE: Pik Bube stood at the same stud as Donnerhall and himself produced top stallions, mares and competition horses. Pikantje was Federal German riding horse champion of 1981, and Pik Bube's Girl won the 1990 Federal Mare Show in Verden. Many offspring were successful in advanced dressage, but he cross of Pik Bube with Donnerhall produced now legendary dressage horses and stallions, including Don Schufro, Davignon, Don Primero, Don Schufro, Donatelli, Donnerbube, Dream of Glory, Duntroon
SIR DONNERHALL: Second reserve champion at his licensing, stallion performance test winner, la main premium sire in 2005 and in 2006 Bundeschampion as well as vice World Champion of five year old dressage horses. His full brother Sir Donnerhall II is at Grand Prix in 2016.
RUBINSTEIN: Had 40 wins at Grand Prix level himself, was a member of the 1996 Olympic team, sired 89 state premium mares and 66 approved stallions. He was the sire of many top auction horses and Grand Prix winners. Rubinstein sired many stallion sons including Rohdiamant, Royal Diamond, Ratino H and Rubioso N and Rotspon. At Rio, 20% of horses carried Rubinstein genetics in their pedigree.
FURST HEINRICH: Grandsire of Bloomfield Furst Love Song was the 2003 five year old World Champion Young Dressage horse and Champion of his Stallion 30 day test 2001. Whilst he died young in 2005 he sired a legacy in stallions Furstenball, Furst Wilhelm, Furst Jupp and many others.
FLORESTAN: Sire of Furst Heinrich was the winner of his Licensing in 1988, and Stallion test winner ay Warendorf 1989. An Important Westphalian dressage sire.
WARKANT: 2002 Hanoverian Stallion of the Year, stallion and broodmare producer. From the Woermann sire line that produced stallion Weltmeyer.
EIGER I: 1999 Hanoverian Stallion of the Year. 35 State premium Mars and seven stallions,
crossed particularly well with the Hanoverian "W" line producing for example, Windsor Queen dam
DAM — Suzie
Dam of Bloomfield Furst Love Song, Suzie, comes from the Hanoverian Naomi line mare EDIKT - whose descendants produced Isabell Werths Grand Prix Horse Anthony FRH, and Stallions Blu Hors Don Caruso, De Niros, Delation and Heinrich Heine.
PEDIGREE DAM LINES
LOVE STORY: The Love Story dam line of breeder Josef Wernke is one of the most successful in Oldenburg, producing the Champion Mares at Rastede Love Story II and Love Story V and more than 30 licensed stallions, including sire of Bloomfield Furst Love Song, Furst Sandstein (Furst Love). This family has produced countless Champions, Premium Stallions, Elite and State Premium mares, and successful high level dressage horses. Progeny of note include Dreamcatcher (who sold for 406,000 Euro), stallions Furst Wilhelm, Decamerone (half brother to Furst Love, sold for 380,000 Euro), Lady Devinja, St.Pr.St. Lady's Flavia, St.Pr./EI St. Lady's Nice, EI.St. Lady Die, St.Pr/EI.St. Lady Diva, Verb.Pr.St. Lady's Donna, Verb.Pr.St. Lady's Dame, St.Pr.St. Etoile and more.
LORETTA: Loretta has produced top genetics in three licensed and important breeding sires, Sandro Hit, Diamond Hit and Royal Hit.
DODONA: The Dodona mare line of Herbert de Baey produced Rubenstein's dam, Antine, who was a full sister to three-time Olympic competitor, Amon, and two-time Olympic champion, Ahlerich (rider: Reiner Klimke).
CONTENANCE: Contenance D produced for breeder Maik Kanitzky the stallions Sir Donnerhall I and Sir Donnerhall II.
NAGATE: The 1884 Oldenburg mare line of Donnerhalls dam Ninette.