FifthAvenue HW, bay Westphalian gelding, by Florenciano (Florencio/Davidoff) x Weinzauber, born 2008, standing approximately 168 cm or 16.2 hands.

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 FifthAvenue HW is an exquisite young star. Florenciano's sire Florencio I, became the 2003 Vice Bundeschampion of four year old stallions after winning the Westphalian Champion title in Münster-Handorf. In 2004, after winning the Dutch Pavo Cup under Hans-Peter Minderhoud/NED, he took the title World Champion of five year old dressage horses in Verden with a record score: overall 9.8, with a 10.0 for his canter. In 2005 they repeated this feat at the same venue in the class for six year olds with a total score of 9.5. Florencio I was the sire of numerous top priced auction foals and the champion colt at the German Foal Championships in Lienen. In 2004 the Oldenburg Verband awarded Florencio the main premium with emphasis on dressage. Along with Florenciano, five other sons from his first crop were also licensed in Oldenburg and Westphalia. The dam line has its origins in the Netherlands . The dam, St.Pr.St. Lundi T, won eight M-level dressage tests and was awarded dressage performance mare status. The dam's sire, Havidoff, who is by the Grand Prix stallion, Clavecimbel, received the Dutch "keur" status. Many of his off-spring have been successful up to Grand Prix level such as his licensed son, Paganini. The granddam, Anuska, produced several off-spring that were successful in dressage rings. This dam line also produced the licensed stallion, Zoöloog (by Gondolier), who placed in international dressage, the world class jumper, Mister Spoon (by Zadoc)/Candice King/USA and Nietje (by Ziehim), who won gold at the 2006 WEG in Aachen in the carriage and four class with the Dutch team, as well as numerous State premium mares and auction horses.

Performance record: 2010 - a year for sport In addition to wins in dressage competitions of class M ** qualified Florenciano at Hermannsburg in May 2010 for the German Federal Championships of the six year old dressage horses in Warendorf. In addition to the sporting success Florenciano has thus all the conditions associated with the breed recognition complies with flying colors. Genetic sit up he was again. With many auction foal auction on German courts and the winning colt of the mare and foal show in Ratingen, he made repeated attention. 2009 - a year for breeding Because of a very good first crop which consequently increased demand from breeders, Florenciano was made available to breeders for the entire breeding season and only competed in sport occasionally. He was highly successful in these few shows, winning and placing up front in novice (A) and elementary (L) level tests for young dressage horses. 2008 - Florenciano won the Optimum! In the year 2008, Florenciano enhanced his record in sport. With his permanent rider and trainer, the Olympic Game winner Ingrid Klimke in the saddle, he sovereignly won his first novice (A) level test for young dressage horses with a score of 9.0! This victory was immediately followed by another; Florenciano and Ingrid Klimke won the prestigious Optimum, Westphalian's traditional benchmark test for four-year old German riding horses with a total score of 9.0! 2007 - Florenciano puts on a great performance! Florencio finished his 30-day test in Münster-Handorf as the best in the class: His exceptional rideability was rewarded the highest score, a 9.75. But in the other areas as well, this strong type stallion received top scores above 9.0: Character 9.25, trot 9.13, canter 9.19. With a score of 8.13 in jumping, Florenciano proved his over-average talent in this area as well and his walk was given a 7.63. These scores put him at the head of the class.

Breeding record: Florenciano's first foal crop was even better than we had dared to dream. At the 19th NRW Pedigree Auction, his colt, Four Season, was the most expensive dressage foal.

Four Season Two youngsters qualified for the German Foal Championships. Even Klaus Balkenhol, the Olympic winning rider, bought a little dream mover by Florenciano. "The quality of all of his crops is impressive. The uniformity of the traits Florenciano passes on, his wonderful looks as well as his highly elastic movements, is worthy of special mention." (RuP 08/08 Dr. F. Marahrens, Manager and Breeding Director of the Westphalian Pferdestammbuch)

Florenciano with Ingrid Klimke

FifthAvenue HW's dam sire is Weinzauber. Weinzauber's name was chosen carefully. The handsome brown stallion, who unfortunately couldn't show his full potential at his approval due to acute injury still got befitting attention. The elasticity and ground coverage of his movements as a result of his perfect skeletal construction are placing expectations for his further education on a high level. WEINZAUBERS father Weinberg gained considerable appreciation during the last years. Good stallions and precious mares are filling his breeding account. In sport Goldstern - most successful dressage horse of the world in 1993 with Klaus Balkenhol - and Wum with Kurt Gravemeier are exponents. WEINZAUBERS mother Parea is a very elegant daughter of the Pluchino xx - son Plutos who was a successfull breeding stallion in Lippe. The second mother Antea out of Absatz - Lateran was strongly affected by the influence of her Trakehner ancestors. The family of Parea is located in the Verden / Aller - area. These horses are usually very noble and mostly stamped by the stallions of the State stud Celle.

FifthAvenue HW is showing successfully, with gait scores of 8, winning against a huge field of horses at 3rd level and currently working at 4th level.

FifthAvenue HW is a real charmer. He is an elegant and modern riding horse with a super pretty face. His exterior and interior will fulfill all your dreams and hopes. He has enormous gaits and lots and lots of air and hangtime. For him, it's easy to stay in the air and you can barely hear him touch the ground. He has the perfect shoulder and even as a young horse, he already opens his shoulders up and gives us the maximum reach with his front leg. His canter is not from this world, impressive, round and uphill, effortless movement with a clear walk with good rhythm and overstride.

He already shows talent for piaffe and passage and work at 3rd/4th level comes easy to him, he will be able to pull off PSG rather soon.

FifthAvenue HW has superb bloodlines, the famous F-blood is firm in his genes and very visible all around with this young gentleman. He will go all the way in dressage. This horse will just blow the judges and onlookers away with his pony face and his lofty gaits with fantastic rhythm.

He'd be perfect for the Young Horse Classes, you'd be sure to get noticed. He is a future FEI horse, no doubt about it. With his build, attitude and gaits, there is no limit for his future success. This is a true dream horse, rare to find and perfect for competitions. He presents himself solidly trained and with a super ride ability. He is willing to learn and gives his best every day. He is intelligent and works with his rider, FifthAvenue HW has fun showing off what he knows and his riders love him.

He’s suitable for the Adult Amateur, Young Rider and the Professional, looking for a fancy horse with great brains/temperament and breathtaking gaits.

He gives the feeling to ride on clouds, effortless, easy on the bit and soft to sit as he swings naturally through his back. He is used to the hot walker, solarium, he bathes, travels and stands for the farrier. He loves his treats and greets his people with a cute neigh to get the attention he deserves. He has a super pretty head with a huge forelock and people can't pass by his stall without to stop and to talk to him - which he greatly appreciates!

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