His sire Weltmeyer, himself winner of the Bundeschampionat in 1987, champion of the stallion inspection and performance test, is currently one of the most well-known dressage producers. Six sons from the combination Weltmeyer and Welt Hit II’s dam Cileste (by Hill Hawk xx) are approved. The following stallions are all out of Welt Hit II’s dam’s bloodline: Wolgatraum (by Woronesch), who is performing very well in the dressage sport, Granilli S (by Grannus) was premium stallion in Oldenburg in 1994 and Herannus (by Grannus) is approved by the KWPN. This dam-line originates from an East Friesian foundation with unmistakeable Arab elements. It is not without reason that Welt Hit II is still in the top 10 of the best-producing stallions in Hanover.
Welt Hit II was the dressage talent par excellence. With his fantastic paces this dark bay beauty stole the show time after time. In 1994 he was reserve champion at the Oldenburg stallion inspection. In 1995 he scored 141.74 points for dressage (Leistungsklasse I) during the inspection in Medingen. In 1996 he was reserve champion during the Hauptpramiekörung at the Oldenburg stallion inspection. In 1997 and 1998 he became ‘The Coming Stallion’ during the Zwolse Paardendagen. In 1998 he was sixth in the 6-year-old dressage horses class, during the Bundeschampionat in Warendorf. In 2001 Welt Hit II won the bronze medal in the Small Tour during the Dutch Championship.
Welt Hit II has since passed away but frozen semen is available on request.
Welt Hit II received the keur predicate from the KWPN in 2007. The results of his offspring are outstanding. More than 50 of his offspring are already competing at Z-level dressage but even at national and international level Welt Hit II’s progeny are performing above average such as: the mare Riondine (dam’s sire Ferro) competing at Grand Prix level, Joyce Lenaets’s Ubique attracts attention time and again in the ZZ-light and Ilse Cranenbroek is very successful in the Prix St. George with her Valentino. Lauren Sammis won the individual silver medal at the PanAm Games in Rio de Janeiro with Sagacious and the stallion Wup (dam’s sire Wolfgan) was approved by the NRPS. Weltino (dam’s sire Sion) is very successful at Grand Prix-level with Ludwig Zierer. His son Weltissimo was very successful during the World Championships for Young Horses in Verden in 2002 and already has a number of wins to his name at Grand Prix level. In 2004 he was crowned VTV-dressage stallion of the year. There are no fewer than 3 Welt Hit II offspring amongst the current most successful dressage horses in Oldenburg.
From the moment he showed his first crop of foals in 1996 his offspring have been very popular with breeders and trainers. Many were sold for vast sums of money at the auction in Vechta in Oldenburg. Pedigree, appearance and movement are the key characteristics of these progeny. Welt Hit II now has more than 20 approved sons. In 2001 no fewer than two of Welt Hit II’s daughters were amongst the top 10 at the national mare inspection in Ermelo.
Welt Hit II is approved by the KWPN, Oldenburg, Hanover and Westfalia.