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Damiana [ photo gallery ]


Damiana was one of our first pure bred Trakehner foals on the ranch and is a very athletic, powerful horse with a bright future ahead. We are very excited about her - she combines outstanding performance blood in her unique pedigree and while the sire stands more for dressage, her dam and her own abilities hint towards a career in eventing or jumping. She is progressing very nicely under saddle now.


EH Hohenstein
EH Caprimond
Karon by EH Arogno
ESt Capri VI by EH Mackensen
ESt Helena XIV
Matador by Donauwind *E*
Harpune II by Grimsel
Donamia
Amiego *Ps*E*
Händel by Carajan
ESt Abiza *E* by Maharadscha
Donauwiese
Merkur by Schwalbenflug
Donauperle by Tannenberg *E*

born 2005, American Trakehner

Mare family of A3A2a1 Donauperle


The sire EH Hohenstein has a long list of achievements, of which only the highlights are mentioned here. He was a premium stallion at his approval in Neumünster 1993, won the rideability index of his 100 day test in Adelheitsdorf, won bronze at the Bundeschampionat in Warendorf, and won his first S level dressage by the age of 7. Out of his first foal crop, he presented the 1997 Neumünster Champion stallion EH Münchhausen TSF and since then, has sired over 30 approved sons in almost all warmblood breeds, but especially the Trakehner and Hanoverian stud books. His son His Highness was the undisputed champion in Hanover at the approvas in Verden 2002. EH Hohenstein has a unique amount of premium stallions among his get, and is a widely accepted sire of tremendous rideability, beauty and athleticism. His offspring win at international Grand Prix dressage and are equally successful as Young Rider and Junior mounts - especially the nick with Weltmeyer and Donnerhall blood in Hanover has produced a string of outstanding competition horses and brood mares alike.

More about Damiana's dam Donamia can be found on her own page.

EH Hohenstein has his own page on our website: EH Hohenstein.


All images copyright by Jutta Bauernschmitt. No reproduction allowed!

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