St. Pr. St. Priscilla


Prince Thatch xx Thatch xx Forli xx
Thong xx
Petroleuse xx Stupendous xx
Partisane xx
St. Pr. St. Samantha Saloniki Sender
St. Pr. St. Winzerprinzes
St. Pr. St. Androne Akzent I
St. Pr. St. Contessa
Priscilla's Foals
Street Dance L.H.
His Majesty L.H.
Sonnenschein L.H.
Race Hanovrienne
Robe Noir pangaré
Né en 1992
Taille 1.72m
Pleine de  
Morph Allures Trot Pas Impress
Tête Encolure Pos’n
Cadre Antérieurs Postérieurs TOTALE
  8 8 7 8 8 7 8 8 8 8 7 7 8.0
          MPT: Sous la
Pas Trot Galop Saut: Technique Potentiel TOTALE
            7.5 8 7 7   6 7 7.11

In 1995, Priscilla was winner of the Sudweyhe Mare Show where two years earlier her mare family had taken the family prize. Her 1996 colt was sold to a professional dressage rider. Priscilla’s second foal, Winterlight, became a fully licensed stallion in Germany in 2001; in February 2003, he was sold to the US. Winterlight was named Reserve Stallion Champion at the VADA/NOVA Breed Show in the US in early June 2003. Daughter Wremy was sold to the US as a weanling; she earned her Elite Mare status in 2003.


Priscilla’s sire, Prince Thatch xx was the first modern ‘dressage specialist’ Thoroughbred sire of the Hanoverian studbook. Bred in Germany, he raced for four seasons before undertaking the performance test at Adelheidsdorf in 1989. He scored the third best rank in the test with 132.04 for dressage and 103.22 for jumping. Prince Thatch whose pedigree goes back to Hyperion xx and twice includes Nasrullah xx, has continued to demonstrate his value as an improvement sire, achieving a breeding Index for Dressage of 176! During his time at the State Stud he sired 993 horses that were registered with the Hanoverian Verband, including 65 State Premium mares. He also sired eight licensed sons including Paris (sold to the United Kingdom), Princeton and Prince Noir, who stands in Australia.
His most successful competition horse was Piccolino, who competed at the 2002 WEG for Germany. He produced 196 dressage competition horses, and 43 jumpers for total competition earnings of 325,541 Euro.

His offspring turned Prince Thatch into one of the most important Thoroughbred sires. The wonderful qualities, which he had shown during the performance test, have been generally passed on to his offspring. Most obvious, all his sons and daughters inherited his excellent walk. Furthermore, he passed on his above average rideability.

Priscilla’s dam, Samantha, is also dam of Dolani (by Drosselklang II), a successful performance gelding competing at S-level under Holga Finken. The grandam, Androne, is mother of the well known stallion Sherlock Holmes.