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Destino Mio carries some of the best Hanoverian performance lines in his pedigree. True to that, he is a horse with a wonderful disposition, great work ethics, very good movement and an outstanding form over jumps. A true versatile athlete and we are very happy with his progress under saddle. Destino was sold in 2009 and we are very happy with the great home we found for him.


Davignon I
Donnerhall
Donnerwetter by Disput
Ninette by Markus
Piroschka
Pik Bube I by Pik König
Dunja by Diolen
Econda
Espri
Eiger I by Eisenherz I
Diplomatin by Diplomat
Wanda
Walt Disney I by World Cup I
Trudy by Trapper

born 2002, Hanoverian


The sire Davignon I belongs to the first generation of Donnerhall sons in Germany and celebrates his 22nd birthday in 2010. As a young stallion, he won the prestigious Bundeschampionat (German National Championships) in Warendorf and had a career at Grand Prix dressage for his owners.

Davignon's sire Donnerhall is considered one of the best dressage producers of all time, and has produced many international competition horses, approved sons and outstanding daughters in Oldenburg and Hanover. As a performance horse, Donnerhall with his rider Karin Rehbein, won a 1997 Team Gold Medal and individual Bronze at the European in Verden and Team Gold and 4th place individual at the 1998 World Championships in Rome. Both of his grandsires, Donnerwetter and Pik Bube, along with the full sister to Davignon's dam won many FEI level dressage competitions.

Davignon's offspring have put him ont he map as an equally impressive sire of dressage horses in Europe. Many of his offspring have qualified for the Bundeschampionat, and several have won and then moved on to careers at Grand Prix level (e.g. Duvalier). In the German FN dressage index and the index system of the Hanoverian Verband, Davignon I has stood out as a reliable producer of type, movement and overall rideability. that give him true international status.

Detailed pedigree information on Econda is available on her own site.


All images copyright by Jutta Bauernschmitt. No reproduction allowed!

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