Future; with great sporting performances at Grand Prix level and a phenomenal breeding power, this millennium stallion has now lived up to the expectations that were set in him when he was named Westphalian champion stallion 2000. “A stallion with a wonderful body, a good foundation and a special interior, who knows to stand out for his looseness, support and for his pure use of the foreleg and hindleg, Marahrens was already 2.5 years old.
In 2008, Future made his debut in the Dutch and international Light Tour under Marlies van Baalen and he managed to end every race in the upper regions. In addition to his exclusive sport career, Future has also established himself as a stallion stallion in breeding; in addition to his 3 approved sons, For Fortune, Future's Dream and Volare, he produced the Staatspremie mare Fiorette in Westphalia and in 2008 he delivered the Dutch as well as Limburg dressage champion with the mare Vilona.
Future's offspring are also extremely popular at the various auctions and he guaranteed a top match at the 2008 Equine Elite auction with his daughter Wednesday, who was sold for 160,000 Euros. During the 2007 edition, it was his children Valetta (110,000 Euros) and Weerman (50,000 Euros) that caused a lot of sensation.
This exclusivity is not so surprising given that his father, Florestan I, may bear the title of "stamp stallion". In addition to the beloved blood of Florestan I, Future brings the desired blood supply to Apart-Angelo xx, which ensures the relationship with the Olympiad winner Rembrandt, Ahlerich, Amon and the star progenitor Rubinstein. Future's dam, too, has made a major contribution to German breeding, with no fewer than 2 approved sons and five "State Premium" daughters. Future: this is how it should be!