Dark bay Trakehner Stallion
born 1965
stickmeasure: 166 cm

Flaneur by Maharadscha, Foto: Archiv
Maharadscha* Famulus Fetysz ox
Marke Marktvogt
J. Feldrose
Flocke IV Gabriel Gigant
Flora Go-Go xx

Flaneur was Reserve Champion of the 1967 Körung at Neumünster, and was approved with the comments: "Exemplary model with much significance in the whole appearance. Typey head; good neck; well-positioned, broad, and well-muscled shoulder; good and uniformily conditioned body. Strong and correct in the foundation with good, straight movement. The stallion has proven himself to be a predictable, above-average sire." Performance tested at Westercelle 1968, Flaneur was highly scored and described as follows: "Quiet, very balanced temperament, playful but good in character. Constitution tight and firm. Good rideability, balanced, uncomplicated and comfortable to ride. Better than average jumping ability; good overall performance ability; good ground-covering walk, swinging and correct trot, well-balanced loose canter. A stallion with many possibilities." His impact on the Trakehner breed is great, having sired 15 graded stallions in Germany (the most important generally considered to be Arogno) and 106 Stud Book daughters, including the States Premium Mare Maharani II (dam of Elite Stallion Mackensen and full brothers Mahagoni and Marlon) and Elite Mares Kanconette and Karawane II. His descendents are sought after for competition, and his son Troubadour was Christine Stückelberger's reserve mount for the Seoul Olympics. Flaneur died in 1988.

Flaneur, Foto: Archiv


Flaneur, Foto: Archiv