Worenda PB is the dam of the premium stallion Sonnentanz (by Sorento), licensed in Münster-Handorf in 2014. In 2015, he placed second in the prestigious Westphalian Crest under Danica Duen, took part in the Bundeschampionat for young riding horses and recorded his first victories in tests for young dressage horses the following year.
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The sire Krack C was one of the most successful dressage horses worldwide under Anky van Grunsven/NED. Tolando, Tuschinski, Vivaldi and Zhivago stand out among his approved sons.
The dam ster prest. Korenda B also produced the licensed stallion Turbo Magic (by Cabochon), who successfully competed at the World Championships for Young Dressage Horses in 2005 and was promoted to Future Stallion in Zwolle/NED.Her son Vedet PB (by Florestan I) represents the Netherlands with Sanne Voets at international para-dressage championships. Her son Vedet PB (by Florestan I) represents the Netherlands with Sanne Voets at international Para-Dressage Championships, the pair won individual gold and silver as well as team bronze at the WEG Para-Dressage in Caen/FRA in 2014, team gold and individual silver at the European Para-Dressage in Herning/DEN in 2013 and finished fourth in the individual and fifth in the team classification at the Paralympics in London/GBR in 2012. Korenda B’s daughter keur pref. Sorenda PB (by Welt Hit II) is the dam of the stallion Gon On Top MP (by Danone I). Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)
Dam’s sire Cocktail was also victorious in international Grand Prix competitions under Anky van Grunsven/NED. One of his most influential sons is Jazz.
The grandmother sport prest. Pref. Enda herself competed up to L-level dressage and is the dam of two Grand Prix horses, Valencio D (by Gribaldi) and Paolo (by Jazz).
Through the thoroughbred Kaiserstern xx, sire of the international Grand Prix horse Flambo/Joop Gondrie and Karin Rehbein, noble blood comes into play in the third generation.
The stallions Grenadier (by Renovo) and Ulano M (by Tolano van’t Riethof) also come from this line.