Finest has proven his value to the U.S. mare base, to produce a consistent quality foal, of lovely type and the best of characters. The quality and fertility of his frozen semen is outstanding, and the resulting foals are charming. He has gone on to produce many licensed sons and countless capable riding horses.
“Finest” was acclaimed Hanoverian Premium Stallion in 2013. He is by the young sire Furstenball out of a mare by Wie Weltmeyer – Prince Thatch xx – Servus.
This is just an exceedingly interesting stallion, one of Furstenball’s first. He shows a bit more leg and elegance than even his sire Furstenball. From Wie Weltmeyer (Olympic mount of Emma Hindle), he has power in his engine. He shows very good elevation in his gaits, much freedom in the walk, charming, charming face and expression; swing through the loin, with freedom of the shoulders and front legs that reach up and out. His neck is very well placed, coming up and out cleanly from the chest. He is athletic and knows where his feet are at all times.
His dam is also the dam of St. Moritz Jr. This son of Wie Princess shows even more beauty, charm and movement than his older half brother. Take a good look at this exciting young stallion.
*update for 2019:
Finest has a sensational breeding value of 157 points. Thus, Finest also starts in the FN breeding value estimation and immediately ranks among the top 1% of dressage stallions.
Finest has no red factor and so cannot produce chestnut color.