Dormello to Stand at Stud Again

Sat, 01/07/2012 - 13:25
Oldenburg Breeding News

The Oldenburg licensed dressage stallion Dormello will be available again for breeding as of 2012. The liver chestnut stallion sold to Simone Schutt and will be standing at stud at the Landgestut Marbach.

Dormello was born in 1997 and bred by Oldenburg breeding director Dr. Wolfgang Schulze-Schleppinghoff and his wife Bettina. He is by Dream of Heidelberg I out of Freie Liebe (by Freiherr x Louvre).

Dormello was the champion of the 1999 Oldenburg Stallion Licensing and was acquired by Ludwig Kathmann. He stood the stallion at stud until 2005. In 2006 the beautiful stallion sold to German based French Grand Prix rider Jacques Albeck from Berlin. Dormello competed up to small tour level under Hartwig Burfeind.

Dormello has six licensed sons and 120 registered sport horses of which 5 are competing at S-level dressage and one evening S-level carriage driving. His most renowned son is Isabell Werth's Der Stern OLD and the Oldenburg licensed colt Don Bon Jovi, which is young horse champion in New Zealand.

Dormello has been stamping his daughters. Twelve of them are State Premium mares and four have the elite title. Dormello is the dam sire of the 2012 Oldenburg reserve licensing champion Floricello (by Florencio x Dormello).

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