Fürst Heinrich / Risiko (Relevant / Lord Liberty)
Frederica has produced three Foals of Distinction, including a Stallion Prospect, and three additional Premium Foals. She is a deep bodied, well boned mare. She has a terrific temperament and is a joy to work with.
Her sire Fürst Heinrich was a Westphalian bred stallion by Florestan I out of Dawina (by Donnerhall x Weinberg). As a two-year old, Fürst Heinrich was presented at the 2000 Westfalian stallion licensing and became a premium stallion. In 2001, Fürst Heinrich won the 30-day Stallion Test at Munster/Handorf. In 2003, he became World Young Horse Champion. Within just a few years he became an absolutely extraordinary sire with more than 30 licensed stallions and more than 50 state premium as well as Verband premium mares. In addition, he presented two Oldenburg Champion Stallions: Van the Man and Fürstenball.
Her dam Risiko is an imported Oldenburg GOV mare and one of our foundation mares. Damsire Relevant (Rubinstein) was the highest placed breeding sire in the 2002 WBFSH World Breeding Ranking for Sport Horses. He competed successfully with Lisa Wilcox earning a team silver and 5th place individually at the World Equestrian Games in Jerez, winning the German Masters in Stuttgart, silver medal at the European Championships in Hickstead, and a team bronze at the 2004 Olympics in Athens.