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Chestnut Hannoverian, 166 cm, born 1990


WIE WELTMEYER had an outstanding record under saddle from the very beginning and his successes include:

  • 1993: champion of his performance test at Medingen in 1993 with marks of 138.65 for usability (dressage), 115.6 for jumping and an average of 135.36
  • 1996: 3rd in the German National Riding Horse Championships
  • 1997: numerous 1st places at Advanced level in Germany at 7 years of age
  • 1998: many good placings in initial season in Grand Prix at 8 years old
  • 1999: first season of international competition
  • 2000: Many international successes including:
  • Grand Prix Specials: 2nd Poland, 3rd Sunshine Tour, 3rd Zwolle
  • Grand Prix: 3rd Austria, 3rd Zwolle
  • Grand Prix Kur: 3rd Zwolle (w71.6%)
  • short-listing for inclusion in the British team for the Sydney Olympics in his first season with his new English owner rider Emma Hindle

Wie Weltmeyer’s sire WELTMEYER is one of the very best sires of dressage horses in the world, having produced 88 graded sons to date, many of them such as Wall Street, Welt Hit I, II, III, IV and V, Welton, Werbellin, Broadstone West Country, Wolkenstein and Wolkenkranz already well-known and successful as sires and dressage horses in their own right. His outstanding progeny record also includes progeny winnings to date of over £160,000, a superb BLUP for dressage of 188 and a growing reputation as a sire of reliable showjumpers, resulting in an average index of 141, giving him top position amongst sires of his age in Germany.

Wie Weltmeyer

Weltmeyer’s own sire, the performance test champion WORLD CUP I has sired 15 other graded sons as well as Weltmeyer and these include the popular Walt Disney and Warkant and the international dressage stallions Welcome and Worldstar. These sons and his many other representatives in the international dressage arenas representatives such as Without A Doubt, Walzerkonig, Wiener Classic 2 and Westerworld, plus progeny winnings of over £300,000 to date, gained him a superb position of 3rd overall in the 1999 WBFSH rankings for sires of international dressage horses world-wide and a dressage BLUP of 138.

Further dressage talent on the sire’s side of Wie Weltmeyer’s pedigree come through Absatz whose 34 graded sons include the top dressage sires Admiral (sire of the international dressage horses Amadeus and Lady Adrienne), Aktuell (sire of Akanzie, Antar and Al Martino), Akzent I (Angelo), Akzent II (Aczidos, Amazonas and Atachi W) and Allegro (Alouette Macohl, Don Carlos, Daimond and Baron B) to name just four of the most well-known.

Wie Weltmeyr’s dam StPrSt Daisy is by DYNAMO, a top class dual-purpose stallion best known as the sire of the fabulous showjumping mare Dollar Girl and Broadstone Stud’s top dressage stallion Demonstrator, whose full brothers Display and Don Diego are also fully graded stallions. Currently helping him to a rank of 17th in the world as a sire of showjumpers, Dynamo’s progeny have won a total of over £700,000 to date and his average index of 110 indicates his true ability as an all-round producer of top horses for both showjumping and dressage. St Pr St Daisy also carries the blood of DAGOBERT (by DUNKEL) as dam sire, and with this top producer of broodmares also appearing in the same position in the dam’s pedigree of many other top young stallions such as Graf Dagobert and Regazzoni this adds even more to the outstanding background that Wie Weltmeyer has a top sports horse sire for every breeder.


Although graded as a stallion in 1992, Wie Weltmeyer been used almost exclusively for sport since then, but even so he has already proved his superb value as a sire from on a very few coverings through such progeny as:

· Weltdiet a stallion candidate son in 1998

· Wunsch Dir record-breaking auction foal in 1999

Wie Weltmeyer

For further details contact Caroline Thomas at New Priory Stud who will be able to provide information on where and when Wie Weltmeyer can be seen in competition in the

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