Va Bene

Veneno x Belissimo M

First-class popular figure in a wonderful chocolate fox jacket, from our own breeding and rearing.

Discipline Dressage
Breed: Warmblood
Stud Book: German sport horses, Hanover, Westphalia and Oldenburg, DWB, KWPN
Height: 174cm
Colour: Liver Chestnut
Health Status: WFFS Negative
Year of Birth: 2016
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Va Bene
Diamond lady
Belissimo M
Diamond hit



Always relaxed and always in a great pose, Va Bene has the highest level of balance in all basic gaits, which he implements in an exemplary manner under the rider. He seems to have a natural talent for gathering lessons From the very beginning, Va Bene had considerable sporting success! Excellent 50 day test in Schlieckau with 8.59. Victorious in riding horse competitions with grades up to 9.0. 5yr. qualification for the Federal Championships and nomination for the 2nd World Cup screening. 6yr. Victory in the qualification for the Federal Championships with 8.7 and the nomination and participation in the World Championships for young dressage horses in Ermelo for the German team. Under Johanna Wadenspanner, Va Bene, a 7-year-old, won two S dressage classes with 75% each with very convincing performances. He documents his outstanding suitability for dressage and clearly recognizable Grand Prix horse perspective. Almost even more important for his importance as a breeding stallion is Va Bene's extraordinary heredity! Already from his first, still small, number of years, there were several licensed stallions and premium stallions. Auction tops and numerous winning foals at foal championships nationwide make Va Bene one of the most sought-after and most frequented dressage stallions! The offspring are characterized by above-average trotting mechanics, a lot of swing and balance as well as an incredible amount of presence and good character. Sire Veneno was a finalist in the 2015 Federal Championships for German Riding Horses, successful under Kristy Oatley S*** and, with her daughter Rose Oatley, European Junior Team Champion in Hartpury in 2022! Va Bene's dam Passion is a full sister to Preziosa, the 2009 Federal Champion of four-year-old German riding horses. Her father Belissimo M was also Federal Champion of the German Riding Horse, fifth in the World Championships, Vice Federal Champion of Dressage Horses and internationally successful in the Grand Prix arena for Australia. Belissimo is now the father of several federal champions, 61 licensed sons and around 100 successful S level dressage horses. In 2018 he was Hanoverian Stallion of the Year. Grandfather Piaster wrote Bavarian breeding history from the Wadenspanner breeding farm. He produced a number of approved sons and 30 horses with advanced level successes in dressage and jumping. In 2002 he was “Stallion of the Year” in Bavaria. Spring and Shield of Honor represent strong performers in the fourth and fifth generations. This Westphalian line 239/Almfee (by Almprinz-Sonnenfleck-Andres), which has been at home at the Wadenspanner breeding farm for decades, also produces the sires Apartos (PB Westf., SUI), Avocado (Ldb. Warendorf), Ayers Rock (Ldb. Marbach), the internationally successful full brothers Cristallo I and II (PB Westf.), Disney (PB USA), Papageno (Ldb. Schwaiganger), Parlando I and II, Pastell (PB Bay.), Pocalino (PB Westf.) and Valdiviani (PB Rhld.). Image credit: Courtesy of Zuchthof Wadenspanner

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