The sire Ehrentusch, bred in the Rhineland and winner of the Warendorf stallion performance test in 1987, was one of the most popular stallions in recent breeding history in North Rhine-Westphalia. His versatile inheritance at the highest level was always to be emphasized.
The dam Florence is currently one of the most influential mares in Westphalian breeding. She produced six licensed sons alone, besides Estobar NRW also his full brothers Ehrendorf (Ldb. Warendorf) and Eichendorff / Victoria Max-Theurer (AUT), as well as Discover, Molière and Triple Crown. Granddam Florabelle is also a stallion dam.
Via Ferragamo and Florestan I, the diverse inheritance is also strongly secured in the dam line. The dam line 218 / Addi von Preußisch Ströhen (by Abgott-Amoroso-Admirer-Amandus) is one of the absolute "classics" of Westphalian performance breeding with countless peaks in breeding and sport alike. Historically, this family is inextricably linked with the Spreen-Segelhorst kennel (Prussian Ströhen) and has so far produced 30 licensed stallions, including Ailton (internat. SPR re. M. Markus Brinkmann), Bertuli W (PB Westf.), Djambo, dramaturge, Ehrendorf, Frühlingstraum I and II, Montmartre and speaker (all Ldb. Warendorf), also Equitaris I and II, Eichendorff (internat. DRE re. m. Victoria Max-Theurer / AUT), Your Excellency (PB Westf.), Pilotdino (PB SUI), Prinz Segelhorst (PB Westf.), Rock'n Roll (PB DK) and the internationally successful ones Sport horses Amaretto 50 / Isabell Werth and Barilla W / Brigitte Wittig in dressage and Dina 170 / Hans-Dieter Dreher and Minister 4 / Norbert Koof in jumping.