In the course of years Fritz Stahlecker has trained quite a number of horses.
Miro was the first horse which Fritz Stahlecker trained with his HSH-methode up to Grand-Prix-level. With Stahlecker’s daugther Ulrike Stadelmeyer the Hannoverian gelding was winner of many S-dressage competitions and could even perform airs above the ground like courbette and levade.
Dürer, a very promising stallion, had just turned 6 when he started in his first M-dressage and became the winner. Unfortunately his career had to be stopped because of a sever injury. After some years he again became 4 th in the Belgian Dressage Championships.
Weyden is the most successful horse trained by Fritz Stahlecker. With the eight year old stallion his daughter Ulrike Stadelmeyer became winner of the Baden-Württemberg dressage Championship. At the Olympic Games in Atlanta Weyden was member of the dressage equipe under his new rider Sven Rothenberger. They becam winner of the bronce medal .
Dix, a young horse schooled by Fritz Stahlecker, was several times successful in S-dressage competitions with his 13-year-old rider Alexandra Stadelmeyer, grand-daugther of Fritz Stahlecker.
He ended up with her second at one of the competitions für the Baden-Wuerttemberg Championships for Juniors.
Under her new owner the mare Dali participated in several dressage competitions at the highest leveling and was winner also in Grand Prix Spezial.
At the dressage championship für juniors in Baden-Württemberg Gris and her young rider became master.
With the Trakehner Bonnard Ulrike Stadelmeyer started successfully in competitions up to Grand Prix.
Last news: Under his new rider Beatrice Maria Zambaiti Bonnard was part of the Italian dressage equipe of young riders, who won the third place at the European Dressage Championship for young riders.
Marées and Matisse are geldings trained by Fritz Stahlecker which have been successful in S-competitions and Intermediaire I.