Date Champ – Sport ponies

Dressurpferd Fusaro
German Riding Pony
1,47 m
Date Champ is a beautiful, licensed pony stallion with top pedigree and first successes in tests for young dressage horses


Licensed, beautiful, strong-moving, successful in competitions, outstanding genetics, rideable and well-behaved - this young pony stallion really has everything he needs to triumph in sport and breeding. Date Champ is very well trained for his age and achieved his first placings in novice class dressage tests as a 4-year-old. He learns very quickly and is always motivated, so that the stallion, who moves with elasticity and grounde coverage, can already perform counter canter and lateral movements quite confidently. He is uncomplicated in handling and under saddle and is not stubborn. This is a dressage pony for ambitious children who are looking for a pony with quality for international pony sport.


Dating AT's pedigree is peppered with the who's who of dressage pony breeding: Sire Dating AT (by double Bundeschampion Dimension AT) was Champion Stallion, Westphalian Champion, 4th at the Bundeschampionat and is now a medium (M) level winner.
Dam's sire FS Champion de Luxe is one of the most famous stallions in riding pony breeding. The three-time federal premium stallion has over 100 licensed sons and offspring at all national and international championships. The third generation includes the outstanding Dornik B, a multiple European Champion, four-time Bundeschampion and top sire.

Suitable for

The riding pony stallion Date Champion is a highly interesting option for pony dressage sport, especially for youngsters with ambitions in FEI pony sport, as well as for dressage pony breeding. The first goal for 2024 is to take part in the Bundeschampionat!



LevelYoung horse dressage classes
LocationNordrhein Westfalia


Dating AT NRW
Grand SireDimension AT
Grand damx Genesis B
DamBig Corvette
Grand SireFS Champion de Luxe
Grand Damx Dornik B

Price category

60.000 - 100.000 €


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