Here is a true son of the supersire Weltmeyer and probably the best so far. He was vice champion of the stallion licensing at Verden 1992. He was also champion riding horse in 1993 in Mannheim and winner of his performance test in 1993. He is already showing outstanding ability for dressage. He has faultless character and extraordinary willingness to perform. His trot is extremely powerful and his canter is supple and loose and strong.
Wolkenstein 11 has tremendous presence and well muscled conformation. He jumps well too. He would make an exceptionally good eventing horse sire. His jumping is not high, but he is bold and fast. His specialty however, remains with dressage and Germany has high hopes for this stallion’s future. Wolkenstein 11's performance records, character, ability and pedigree are all impeccable. Wolkenstein 11's dam line is also notable. Wolke produced the approved stallion Bao Bao and the advanced dressage horse Believe It (both by Bolero) as well as the approved stallion Wolkenstein 1. Descendants of this dam line are Brentano 1 and Brentano 11.
He had his first breeding in 1994. Wolkenstein 11 passes on his outstanding talent for dressage and his tremendous presence to his offspring. In 1997 six sons out of his first crop were licensed in Verden, his son Welser became Reserve Champion. In 1998 his son Waterford became Champion stallion at the licensing in Verden. In 1999 he was also the impressive winner of the stallion performance test in Adelheidsdorf. In the same year another son of Wolkenstein 11, Wildest Dream, won the 3 yo riding horse classification at the Federal Championships of German Riding Horses in Warendorf, and federal vice-champion in 2001. His daughter Wie Platine came third in the Federal Riding Horse Championship of 2001.
He has 46 licensed sons, 157 state premium mares, 489 main stud book mares, and 127 auction horses. His breeding value for dressage iis quite outstanding but his improvement on riding type and conformation is even higher. Winning sum of progeny Euro 328,239.00.
HLP 1993: 139,60/1/41; DI 138,89/2; SI 124,90/7