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Lorentina from Lorentin I - 628B

Lorentina from Lorentin I - 628B

Holstein horse breeding mare by stallion Lorentin I
Born: 01-04-2001
Tribe: 628B
Stick measurement: 170cm

Ancestry:
Lorentin I / Corleone / Ladykiller XX
Foals at Heel by:
Carried by:
Connor

Holsteiner horse breeding farm Eibens - Harald Andresen
Horse mare by stallion Lorentin I

Lorentina from Lorentin I - 628B

by stallion Lorentin I
Born: 01-04-2001 - Holsteiner mareline 628B - stm.170cm
Color: Brown - In foal by: Connor - Foal at foot by:

 

 

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Holstein mare: Pedigree

Pedigree: Lorentina by Lorentin I - 628B

Born: 01-04-2001 - Holsteiner mare line 628B - stm.170cm - brown

 

FarneseVeronaSailing Light xxLone Beech xx

Lorentine I Loutano Landgrave I Ladykiller xx
Warthburg
Troy Calypso I
Madame
Wiena Latino Ladykiller xx
Imela II
Nairobi
 
Horse Corleone Horse Horse
Horse
Horse Horse
Horse
Horse Ladykiller XX
Horse Martell
Horse
Farnese

 

Holsteiner foals

Holstein foal by the broodmare Lorentina by Lorentin I - 628B

 

Holstein strain: 628B

Holstein stallion: Lorentin I

Holstein stallion: Lorentin I

 

With Lorentin I, Loutano produced a son at the 1994 licensing that impressed with his outstanding movements and thus underlined Loutano's special sire qualities.

Due to his good basic gaits, Lorentin I came to the dressage stable of the Holstein Verband and was trained by Wolfgang Schade in addition to his breeding activities. He achieved successes with him up to victories in Grand Prix. During their joint career, the pair competed successfully in international Grand Prix competitions in Hamburg, Oslo and Rotterdam. In 2006 Lorentin I had to end his sporting career due to a meniscus injury.

Lorentin's dam, the mare Wiena, comes from line 260. Besides Lorentin's sire Loutano, who carries the Ladykiller-xx-blood twice, there is also Ladykillerxx-blood through his grandfather Latino. On the maternal side follow the sires Farnese and Anblick xx - two stallions known for their strong movements. All Wiena's offspring found their way into sport. Besides Lorentin I, his brother is also successfully used in dressage.

His full brother, born in 1995, is internationally successful in advanced (S) level show jumping competitions in Denmark with Erik Bigler.

Lorentin's offspring are especially characterized by excellent dressage disposition and movement quality. At the 1999 licensing, two of his sons were outstanding: Lusello was the outstanding Champion Stallion, and with the premium stallion Lindberg, Lorentin I produced an offspring that was sold to Sweden at the stallion auction for DM 280,000. In total, nine of his stallions have been licensed so far, in addition to the two mentioned, Lento and Limoncello I and II in Holstein, Laurentin in Westphalia, Lavari in Rhineland-Palatinate and Loreto for Mecklenburg.

The most successful offspring at the moment is the former auction horse Liebling, who competed as a member of the English dressage team under Carl Hester at the European Championships in Windsor in 2009 and contributed significantly to winning the team silver medal. Lento and Hans Peter Mohr also achieved good results with many placings in Grand Prix competitions, as did Loverboy and Verena Lang - they came second in the Intermédiare I Freestyle at the German Masters in Stuttgart as well as Lydianus, who, under his rider Charlotte Haid-Bondergaard (SWE), was 6th in the World Cup Dressage in Stockholm.

In the meantime Lorentin is known as a sire of typey, strong moving and rideable offspring that can be marketed very well. His breeding value in show jumping, which is considerably above the average, is an indication of his offspring's success in show jumping; in Germany he currently has 13 S-successful offspring in show jumping. For example, the Lorentin son Loriot K under Carsten-Otto Nagel won the "Holsteiner Masters Future Prize" at the indoor tournament in Kiel 2008, the highest prize money show jumping competition for 6-year-olds in the world. In 2009, this pair also achieved successes in the advanced (S) level.

 

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