- Height: 167 cm
- Stud fee: 1,000 Euro + VAT
- Located in: Germany
- By: Helium - Couracius
- Born: 2018
- Won bronze at the 2021 Bundeschampionate
- Trakehner Champion of the three-year-olds
- Champion stallion of the Trakehner licensing in 2020
Not without a medal - Rheinglanz, who continues to be gently prepared by Eva Möller for higher levels, used his only two starts in 2022 to win another medal - silver at the Trakehner Championships for four-year-olds. The Trakehner Champion Stallion, Champion of three-year-old riding horses and bronze medallist at the German Championships also received uniformly high scores for his paces, rideability and overall impression (total 8.6). At his stallion performance test in Schlieckau, he was convincing from start to finish. With scores between and 8.0 and 9.0 and an overall score of 8.38 (8.75 for rideability), he was placed sixth in the strong field of 39 candidates.
Rheinglanz passes on to his foals his wonderful charisma, his elastic movement, his clear four-beat walk, his uphill canter and his impressive trot.
The sire Helium, already proclaimed Elite Stallion in 2022 at the age of nine, is a great-grandson of the great elite stallion Gribaldi through his sire Millennium and closely related to the stallions Henkel (advanced (S) level show jumping), the dressage champion Hertug and the Reserve Champion Herakles, via his Danish dam line. He was Champion of his stallion performance test in Schlieckau in 2016 and made his victorious debut in young horse competitions. This was followed by a rideability victory in his sport test and his first successes up to Prix St. Georges level from the age of seven. From his first two crops of foals, Helium produced the Trakehner Champion Stallion in 2019 with Ferrari Forever and in 2020 with Rheinglanz. His son Dameron was also awarded. His daughters, the full sisters Helene and Salvana's Helena, became Champion Mares in 2020 and 2021 and won the Trakehner Riding Horse Championships in their age classes. Her Majesty was Champion Mare at the Franz-Strahl-Schäfer Mare Show in Baden-Württemberg (3y.o.) and Gräfin India was Champion Mare in the breeding district of Lower Saxony North-West.
His dam St.Pr.u.Pr.St. Rheinhilde, a half sister of the elite stallion Rheinklang (by Gribaldi), was Reserve Champion of the central mare registration in Rhineland in 2009 and won the Ic class prize at the Rhineland regional show.
His dam's sire Couracius was Reserve Champion of his licensing and came third at his stallion performance test. He produced four Reserve Champion Mares, including Shannon Queen, ninth at the World Championships for young eventing horses and participant in the European Young Riders Championships.
The grand-dam Rheinnau, herself a daughter of the son of Arogno, Partout, who was internationally successful in Grand Prix with Anky van Grunsven, was awarded as State Premium, Premium and Elite Mare.
The great-grand-dam St.Pr. Rheinsonne, who is by Itaxerxes, Trakehner Champion Stallion and successful at advanced (S) level, is a half sister of the mare Rheinmöve (by Iglesias), who produced the licensed stallion Raventes (by Buddenbrock).
The Trakehner Champion Redecker as well as the dressage horses Risky Business/Edward Gal/NED, Rebell, Rufulus, Renoir L and Remus and the show jumping horses Renoir and Romanze also descend from the traditional dynasty of Regatta.
From the traditional dynasty of Regatta
Rheinglanz is licensed in Holstein Global, Hanover, Mecklenburg, Oldenburg, Rhineland, Southern German Stud Book, Trakehner, Westphalia
Rheinglanz is stationed at Helgstrand Germany