With Fasino the best is united - his paces, his riding comfort and his genetics.
His sire Foundation has achieved placings in international Grand Prix competitions up to Nations Cups. He was previously placed sixth in the Burg Cup final and equally successful in the Louisdor Prize with Matthias Alexander Rath. In 2012, he was proclaimed Oldenburg main premium winner for the quality of his first foal crop. He has produced 20 licensed stallions, including the Vice World Champion of young dressage horses, Ferrari OLD/Andreas Helgstrand/DEN. His first offspring, including Nadine Husenbeth's horse Faviola, are internationally victorious at advanced level.
His dam is St. Pr. St. Fasine OLD, Oldenburg Champion Mare, German Champion, P.S.I. auction record top price and victorious at advanced (S) level competitions. Her daughter, A la Fasine (by Apache), produced the licensed stallion HP Valentino (by Vitalis). Fasine is the full sister of For Romance I, Oldenburg Champion Stallion, Main Premium winner, Burg-Cup finalist and successful in Grand Prix, of For Romance II, premium stallion standing at our stud and of the licensed stallion Fürst Donnerhall PS. Fasine is also the half-sister of our Champion Stallion Feinrich and the Oldenburg Champion Mare Fürstin Gesine (both by Fürst Heinrich), who is the dam of the licensed stallion Visino PS (by Vitalis), of Don Romance PS (by Dante Weltino), who also stands at our stud and who was Reserve Champion of his stallion performance test and third at the Regional Championships, of the licensed stallion Desino (by De Niro) as well as of Mount St. John Best of All (by Bordeaux), British Dressage Champion and placed up to Small Tour level and who is also the dam of Best of Mount St. John OLD (by Fürst Romancier), Vice Regional Champion and placed fifth at the German Championships.
Dam-sire Fürst Romancier was fourth at the World Championships for young dressage horses and at the German championships. Amongst his 34 licensed sons, the Burg Cup winner First Romance/Dorothee Schneider stands out. His son, Fürst Levantino, won team silver at the Junior European Championships and bronze at the Junior German Championships in 2018, after a high placing in the final of the Burg Cup in 2017.
Grand-dam Gesine also produced the 1st Reserve Champion Vivaldi’s Schufro (by Vivaldi).
Sir Donnerhall I, who appears in third generation, has already earned the status of "trademark stallion". Himself second Reserve champion of his licensing, Regional Champion, record winner of his stallion performance test, Vice World Champion of young dressage horses, German Champion and winner of the main premium, he can refer to almost 100 licensed sons.
In the fourth generation is Don Schufro, Danish Champion and team bronze medallist at the Olympic Games in Hong Kong/HKG in 2008 with Andreas Helgstrand.
Voltaire also descends from the same dam line.