Rubinstein I




World Cup I



Rosalie became dam of the licensed stallion Fürstentanz (by Fidertanz), who was successful up to Inter I level. In 2011, her daughter Feine Rosa (by Florenciano) won her SLP in the Rhineland with top scores and stood right in front at the Rhineland Elite Mare Show in Wickrath and the German Elite Mare Championships in Lienen. In 2012 she also won the NRW Breeding Show at the CHIO Aachen. Under Hermann Burger she won tests for young riding horses and subsequently placed in novice and elementary class dressage tests for young horses. Emily Rose (by Estobar NRW) completed her mare performance test in Münster-Handorf with the best score of the year, 8.79, and went on to place in the final ring at the Westphalian Elite Mare Show and the German Elite Mare Championships. Under Danica Duen she placed in tests for young riding horses and took part in the Bundeschampionat.

Rosalie brought us:- 2015 a colt by Escolar. In the meantime, Especial has won numerous championships for young horses in Spain.

– 2017 a colt by Vainqueur

-2019 a filly by Estobar NRW

– 2021 bearing from Estobar NRW


The sire Riccione himself celebrated successes in the big arena up to seventh place at the Junior Team European Championships 2010 in Kronberg. He has 22 licensed sons, 45 State Premium mares and more than 30 S-successful offspring.

The dam Weltdame is the dam of the licensed stallion Donnerlück (by Donnerschlag) and Redwood (by Rubinstein) who was successful up to Inter I.

The dam’s sire is the stamp stallion Weltmeyer. 111 of his sons were licensed, more than 450 of his daughters received the State Premium and his more than 200 successful offspring in advanced dressage include championship horses such as Warum Nicht FRH/Isabell Werth and Weltall/Martin Schaudt.

The granddam Ballerina still produced the medium (M) level dressage horse Double Mint (by Don Primero).

In the third and fourth generation, with Bolero and Grande, there are further sire heroes in Rosalie’s pedigree.

Rosalie comes from one of the most powerful mare families in Hanover: the Alferate line (Max Schulz from Stellenfleth), out of which Beltain I and II, Garibaldi I and II, Wolkenstein I, II and III as well as Beatriz Ferrer-Salat’s Olympic and World Championship medallist Beauvalais and the Grand Prix dressage horses Little Big Man under Falk Rosenbauer, Amazonas under Jean Bemelmans and many more.