Dam Line of Stallions & Very Successful Dressage Horses

2008 Louisa Lüttgen (GER) and DMJ DREAMY won the "Prize of the Best" Championships, Gold and Silver at the European Championships and Bronze at the German Junior Championships.

  

DMJ DREAMY by Donnerhall

 

OLDENBURG CHESTNUT MARE - BORN MARCH 22, 2000 - 165 CM (16.1 h.h.)

   

State Premium Mare DREAMY DMJ (FN: DREAMY OLD) - scores of her mare performance test: basic paces 8.17 and test rider 8.0 - selected for the Elite Auction in Vechta and continued her career with the German Dressage Pony Champion 2005 and European Pony Champion 2007 Louisa Lüttgen (GER). 

 

Louisa Lüttgen (GER) and DMJ DREAMY won the "Prize of the Best" Championships in Warendorf, Gold and Silver at the European Championships in Portugal and Bronze at the German Junior Championhips in Hannover. Please see below.

 

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The dam of DMJ DREAMY, WEDGEWOOD LADY, is a full sister of three licensed stallions:

 

HARMONY'S WEISSMULLER - under Holga Finken highly placed at the Federal Championship Final of the three-year-old stallions in Warendorf 2000. Qualified for the Federal Championships 2001 and in the meantime he is successfully competing in the United States up to Intermediaire-level under Susan Jaccoma.

 

WEDGWOOD - one of the 10 premium stallions of the Verden Stallion Licensing in 1994 and successfully competing up to advanced dressage level.

 

WEIZENJUNGE - promising dressage prospect successfully competing up to medium level.

 

  

Pedigree

 

 

 

DMJ DREAMY - March 2009

 

Louisa Lüttgen and Dreamy win their first

advanced level dressage test

 

March 9, 2009: At the beginning of March, the Bayer Leverkusen rider’s club gave the starting signal for the show season 2009. Outstanding dressage riders presented their brilliant horses in three advanced level classes.

Besides many experienced and well-known riders like Nicole Glaser-Käppeler and Anna-Katharina Lüttgen from the Rhineland L-team, there were also lots of younger riders like Annabel Frenzen, Louisa Lüttgen, Thea Felicitas Müller, Ann-Kathrin Platzer and Tara Schneider from the D-team gathering on the equestrian grounds in Leverkusen.

In this ambience the successful junior rider Louisa Lüttgen (GER) and our home-bred nine-year-old Donnerhall-daughter DREAMY (out of WEDGEWOOD LADY) completed their first advanced level dressage class, and they won the competition right away.

In 2009, Louisa Lüttgen aims to concentrate on the junior division, but it was her intention to participate at one advanced level class in preparation for the show season. And her decision was crowned by success, congratulations from our side.

 


Louisa Lüttgen (GER) and DMJ DREAMY.

DMJ DREAMY - August 2008

 

Louisa Lüttgen and Dreamy earn the bronze medal

at the German Junior Championships

 

August 18, 2008: The horse country of Lower Saxony has always been a popular address for equestrian fans. And it was the same from August 15 to 17, when the rider’s stadium in Hanover hosted the German Junior Championships. All participants are the best ones of their individual age groups, and the winner’s lists of the last two decades show: Those who win a medal in this competition will compete for the National Team at national and international shows in the future.

Louisa Lüttgen and her European Championship horse DRAMY out of our breed were among the 42 junior participants. With final scores of 70.333%, 70.667% and 74.900% at the three qualifiers, the successful junior rider earned the bronze medal at this year’s Junior Dressage Championships.

All results and video clips of the second and third qualifier can be found below. Witness the performances of all participants or move the timebar on the time axis to the time indicated below and enjoy the excellent and fascinating presentations of Louisa Lüttgen and DREAMY.

 

The results of the three qualifiers:

First test - Second test - Third test /freestyle - Final results 


Videos:

Second test (time 104:20) - Third test /freestyle (time 46:00)

 

 

DMJ DREAMY - bronze at the German Junior Championships

Louisa Lüttgen (GER) and DMJ DREAMY earn the bronze medal

  

DMJ DREAMY - July 2008

 

Louisa Lüttgen and Dreamy win Gold and Silver

at the European Championships in Portugal

 

July 21, 2008: The German junior riders won the gold medal at the European Dressage Championships in Portugal. Prize of the Best-champion Louisa Lüttgen on DREAMY and Sanneke Rothenberger on PASO DOBLE contributed considerably to this victory.

It was a neck-and-neck-race between both German riders attemperatures around 105°F. With a final score of 73.65%, the best result of the day, Sanneke Rothenberger pipped her team colleague Louisa Lüttgen who achieved 73.55%.

The two German junior riders Louisa Lüttgen and Sanneke Rothenberger continued their exciting duel from the team test in the individual test for the European Championships.

Finally Louisa Lüttgen and the eight-year-old Donnerhall-daughter DREAMY earned the silver medal with a final score of 74.3%, again only just beaten by the duo Rothenberger and the 13-year-old gelding PASO DOBLE with 74.85%.

The final canter change was the decisive factor as LouisaLüttgen and DREAMY failed to accomplish this move. To see all the results and reports from Eurodressage, please click below.


Results - Team Test - Individual Test - Freestyle (Photo)

 

 


DMJ DREAMY - European Championship 2008

Louisa Lüttgen (GER) and DMJ DREAMY win Gold and Silver at the European Championship 2008.

 

 

Louisa Lüttgen (GER) and DMJ DREAMY win Gold and Silver at the European Championship 2008.

 

 

DMJ DREAMY - July 2009

 

Press release – Pferdeforum 07/2008 reports:

"Oldenburg Sport Horse in July"

 

02.07.2008: Victory at the qualifier with 70.45%, victory at the freestyle final with 73.75% - DREAMY and Louisa Lüttgen made a clean sweep at the Warendorf Prize of the Best-event – despite torrential rain. Now the duo is shortlisted for the European Junior Dressage Championships. “It was perfect right from the very beginning,” Uwe Heckmann remembers, when the only 12-year-old Louisa Lüttgen from Kerpen and the Oldenburg liver chestnut mare met the first time in 2003 at the Oldenburg auction training. The now eight-year-old Dreamy is fondly called “Hilde” at Gut Mödrath in Kerpen, and together with Louisa Lüttgen who already successfully competed at pony classes, both made their successful debut at junior level this year. At the opening competitions for the Prize of the Best, they were already the measure of all things.

Dreamy’s real name is “Dreamy DMJ”, and in 2003, she was awarded state premium candidate.

Two more dressage horses descend from Dreamy’s dam Wedgewood Lady. One of them was also sold at the Vechta auction, the other one is the Oldenburg premium mare Cherry DMJ (by Blue Hors Cavan). Wedgewood Lady is full sister of the three approved stallions Weissmüller, Wedgwood (both advanced dressage level) and Weizenjunge (elementary dressage level), as well as half sister of the medium show jumping horses Gina and Glenburnie (both by Goldfasan). 

To the right: Dreamy and Louisa Lüttge. Foto: Reumann

 


Louisa Lüttgen (GER) and DMJ DREAMY

  

 

DMJ DREAMY - June 2008

 

Louisa Lüttgen and Dreamy nominated

for the European Championship 2008

 

16.06.2008: Four weeks after the Prize of the Best-event, Germany’s best young dressage riders met again in Warendorf. 11 young riders and 10 junior riders competed to secure the tickets for the European Championships in Azeitao/Portugal.

The selection consisted of two partial tests. The young riders had to complete a S*-level Prix St. Georg dressage test and a S*-level freestyle, the junior riders a dressage class and freestyle at M**-level.

Following two convincing victories at both partial tests, junior rider Louisa Lüttgen (GER) and our homebred, eight-year-old Donnerhall-daughter DREAMY qualified for the European Dressage Champion-ships from July 14 to 20, 2008, in Portugal. For more photos and information, please see below...

Results first partial test    –    Results second partial test

 

DMJ DREAMY - Nominated for the Championship

Louisa Lüttgen (GER) and DMJ DREAMY nominated for the European Championship 2008.

 

 

DMJ DREAMY - May 2008


Louisa Lüttgen and Dreamy win the

“Prize of the Best” Championships

 

The “Prize of the Best” competition in Warendorf is one of Germany’s most important tournament for young riders. Every year at the end of May, the top-class young German riders meet in Warendorf to compare their performances and to compete at the first selection for this year’s European Championships.

On Saturday, Louisa Lüttgen and our homebred DREAMY by Donnerhall (out of WEDGEWOOD LADY) ranked first at the dressage qualifier for junior riders. With a final score of 70.45 points, Louisa Lüttgen was the only one to hit the score of 70% although she only just recently changed from pony sport.

On Sunday, the eight-year-old DREAMY had her freestyle debut. To the music of the Rocky-films, both achieved 73.75% and earned not only another champion’s ribbon, but also an award Louisa did not achieve during her successful pony career, the black-red-golden rosette for the Prize of the Best. For more photos and information, please see below...

 

Saturday's result - Sunday's result - Overall result

 

 

 

DMJ DREAMY - Wins the Prize of the Best 2008

Louisa Lüttgen (GER) and DMJ DREAMY win the PRIZE OF THE BEST 2008 in Warendorf (GER).

 

 

DMJ DREAMY - April 2008

 

Louisa Lüttgen and Dreamy successful in Kronberg 

 

Louisa Lüttgen (GER) and DREAMY by Donnerhall out of WEDGEWOOD LADY successfully completed another tournament. At the selection contest on Schafhof in Kronberg (Germany), a qualifier for the “Prize of the Best” Championships in Warendorf, both were in top form.

With 71.8%, both ranked second at the opening competition, only five points behind the favourite pair Sanneke Rothenberger (GER) and Deveraux.

On the next day the second qualifier was even better. They achieved a convincing victory with 72.8% (24 points in advance!). In this respect, Louisa Lüttgen praised “the fantastic character of DREAMY”. Read more and see the pictures below...

 

 

 

 

DMJ DREAMY - 2008 Kronberg (GER)

Louisa Lüttgen (GER) and DMJ DREAMY in Kronberg (GER) - April 2008.

 

 

DMJ DREAMY - March 2008

 

Louisa Lüttgenand Dreamy victorious in Austria  

 

Top-class horses and countless international dressage stars from more than 20 nations are competing at the 8th International ***CDI/CDIYJ Dressage Horse Show in Stadl-Paura (Austria). Among them are Olympic champion Ulla Salzgeber (GER) and the exceptional, already 61-year-old Swiss dressage grand dame Christine Stückelberger.

39 competitors from 11 nations participated at the FEI Young Riders’ Dressage Team Test. The young guests from Germany presented outstanding performances in the arena and at the end, they celebrated their fourfold victory.

Especially Louisa Lüttgen (GER) impressed the jury with two fantastic rides. The young rider celebrated a double win with her horses Habitus 10 (72.333%) and on our own bred, only eight-year-old DREAMY 6 (70.50%) by Donnerhall out of WEDGEWOOD LADY.

Although Louisa Lüttgen and DREAMY were scared about a falling flower pot while entering the arena as first duo of the test, both achieved an impressive third place at this first individual class.

 

 


DMJ DREAMY - October 2007

Louisa Lüttgen (GER) and DMJ DREAMY at the age of seven (October 2007).

DMJ DREAMY - October 2007

Louisa Lüttgen (GER) and DMJ DREAMY at the age of seven (October 2007).

DMJ DREAMY - October 2007

DMJ DREAMY at the age of seven (October 2007).

  

DMJ DREAMY - August 2007


Louisa Lüttgen and DMJ Dreamy (FN: Dreamy 6) 

 

Germany’s Louisa Lüttgen and DORNIK B won the 2007 European Pony Dressage Championships with the record-breaking, highest ever result of 77.35% (the previous record was 76.97%).

This is not the only outstanding success of the only sixteen-year old, extremely promising young rider. She also was on the winning team in 2005 and 2006 and is today celebrating her third gold medal.

It is the last year for Louisa Lüttgen on the pony circuit; next year she will start at junior level. But she already made her first experiences this year when she won a third level dressage test with the seven-year-old Donnerhall-daughter DREAMY out of WEDGEWOOD LADY by Weltmeyer out of our breeding stock.

 


 

 

DMJ DREAMY - 2003 State Premium Mare

DMJ DREAMY at the age of three (June 2003).

DMJ DREAMY - 2003 Elite Show in Rastede

DMJ DREAMY at the age of three (June 2003).

DMJ DREAMY - Summer 2001

DMJ DREAMY at the age of one (Summer 2001).

DMJ DREAMY - March 2000

DMJ DREAMY at the age of seven days (March 2000).

DMJ DREAMY - March 2000

DMJ DEAMY at the age of four days (March 2000).