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CL Furstenwelt is by Furst Grandios (Furst Heinrich/Argentinus) out of CL Welt’s Sierra (HHP Welt’s Emperor/Speed Queen xx).

Combining the potent genetics of Florestan, Donnerhall, Argentinus, Weltmeyer, Salute and the refinement of Mercury xx, CL Furstenwelt is our superstar in the making.
RECENT NEWS: Supreme Warmblood exhibit at Queensland Royal Show 2013!
Now started under saddle and going well.

CL Furstenwelt now has progeny on the ground, check our News and Progeny pages for more details.


Outside Stallions Used

Highhaven Park Excalibur (Valuta/Salute)

Excalibur is by the Australian Warmblood foundation sire, Valuta (who was long listed for the Seoul Olympic Games), and is out of Salute’s Ecstasy (Salute) (Oldenburger) who has created Royal Show history with her incredible progeny.

Excalibur was chosen and ridden by Australia’s leading World Cup Showjumping rider of the 2004 season, Billy Raymont as his potential International mount. Excalibur shows outstanding showjumping scope, scoring 9 from a German GP Showjump classifier. He has excellent paces, German classified 8.5, 8.5, 8 and the rare trainability to consistently put together tests from 70-76%. He was classified with 79% for conformation.

Excalibur has won Highpoint ANSA Showjumper of the Year. Billy and Jamie Raymont rode him to B Grade, winning major awards such as Queensland Foxhunter of the Year. Peta Fenton rode him successfully to be graded Elementary in dressage. She placed 2nd at the Royal Sydney & Royal Toowoomba Warmblood under Saddle classes. He was Royal QLD Reserve Champion Warmblood stallion at 3 yrs and has many Ag Show Supreme All Breeds Stallion Awards. His progeny are successful in Royal Show led classes, Dressage competition, Showing, Showjumping and Eventing.

For stallion enquiries please email Peta via the contact page.


Highhaven Park Welt’s Emperor (Weltmeyer/Salute)

Highhaven Park Welt’s Emperor is by Weltmeyer: World’s current No.1 sire of Olympic and International Grand Prix Dressage Horses eg: Weltall, Vincent, Wie Weltmeyer, Wallstreet, Wurrum Nicht.

Dam’s Sire: Salute (imp). World’s Elite sire of International Performance horses in all 3 Olympic Disciplines, including current No 1 Ranked Eventing Stallion in the World, Staccatto (Aus), 2009 Australian Dressage Champion Grand Prix, Victory Salute also Paralympic double Bronze and Olympic Shortlist Showjumping, Shakespeare (USA).

Owned by Michelle Fenton of Highhaven Park Warmblood Stud.

Stallion Enquiries – Contact Michelle on: 07 4696 2500 or email Peta via the contact page.



Negro (Olympic Ferro/Variant)

KWPN, Black, Born 1995, 170cm


An honest, reliable stallion, very willing to go forwards who expresses large, powerful movements with a lot of elevation.
His sire is the black superman “Olympic Ferro” who is not only an established sire but was, for many years also a fixed member of the Dutch dressage “A” team. Negro’s dam comes out of a superb mare line. The international stallion Variant (who produces very powerful use of the hindhand) is followed by Gondelier (keur). The mare line is rich with predicates, Fewrie (keur IBOP AA92), Mewrie (keur, preferent, prestatie, Sport) and Geerie (ster preferent, prestatie) which stands as a guarantee for sporting qualities, type, power and quality.
In 1999, Negro showed a uniform collection of foals with a spacious walk, an elevated powerful trot with self-carriage and a good silhouette, the canter was very scopey, balanced and supple. At the latest stallion selections 4 sons were sent through to the second selection phase, Troy (Negro x Glendale) was approved and stood in 5th place in the championship, Tyson (Negro x Belisar) (3rd selection phase), was one of the most outstanding dressage horses in the K.S.S. auction and was sold to England for 34,000 euros. Sugonda (Negro x Carthago) was the top mare at the Central Keuring in Zeeland 2002 additionally Negro produced both the champion filly foal and the champion colt foal. His son Spargo (Negro x Damocles) is approved by the A.E.S. and was pronounced the dressage champion of the new stallions in both the years 2002 and 2003.


Negro was the winner of the stallion competition in the year 2000 and also 2001. He was unparalleled in both the finals in Den Bosch and really stood in a class of his own. He showed not only his superb quality in the three basic gaits but also showed that he stocked all the abilities for the more difficult exercises required at the top of the sport. Negro very convincingly won the title “Younster Stallion” at Zwolle in 2001. The world cup in Verden 2001 was Negro’s first outside competition where he achieved a super fourth place on the final day and became the best KWPN 6 year old. Meanwhile Negro is successfully making his light-tour debut. From his four starts he has won three times.


Furst Grandios (Furst Heinrich/Argentinus)

Oldenburg , Dark Bay, Born 2002 17.1 hands

Always impressively performing with a downright likeable expression; flashy correct conformation, elastic and especially efficient movement in all three basic gaits, superior jumping. This highly attractive stallion was Reserve Champion at the 2004 NRW licensing and Champion of his 30 day test in Prussendorf with top scores for basic gaits and rideability (9.13), but also very good scores in jumping (8.25). After several first places in tests for young horses and in the qualifier for the 2006 Bundeschampionat, he finished in third place in a field of strong competitors the 70 day test in Schlieckau where he excelled with a dressage index of 132.58 (rideability test 9.25!).

The breeding of Fürst Grandios meets the highest expectations. In his first crop he produced numerous Champion foals and highly priced Elite Auction candidates and in 2008, the 1st Reserve Champion Colt at the German Foal Championships in Lienen. Several state premium mares came from his first crop including the Champion Mare of Bavaria and Vice Champion in Austria – as well as winners in tests for young horses. According to FN’s estimated breeding value statistics he has entered the top group with 145 points!

He is from the first crop of the famous Florestan son, Fürst Heinrich, who was World Champion of young dressage horses in Verden in 2003 and according to FN’s estimated breeding value statistics established himself as a top German dressage sire with 150 points.

It’s an ideal mating with the sire legend Argentinus, who produced both jumping (e.g Anka/M.Ehning or Arko III/N. Skelton) and dressage (e.g. Albano/H. Kemmer) horses for international championships.

The thoroughbred influence of the very sport-proven dam line through the dressage sire Barsoi xx is especially valuable. Two full brothers of the granddam are Condor Boccerini, successful up to Grand Prix Special, as well as the private stallion Bajazzo.

Licensed for Westphalian, Hanoverian, Rhineland, and Southern Germany