Dinken’s foal crops have been really impressive, with excellent type, loads of energy and wonderful movement. At 127, his foal evaluation-based breeding value is in the top range.
A three-year-old first-crop Dinken daughter out of a Casall-Calando I dam was sold to Italy at 42,000 euros through the Neumünster elite riding horse auction.
Two first-crop sons have been stallion-graded, Danken out of a Caretino-Coronado dam in Holstein and a Brandenburg- Anhalt-licensed Dinken son out of a Caretino-Corrado I dam. In 2017, he also had a son stallion-graded at Neumünster, Diago by Dinken-Casall. Desmond, a non-approved Dinken offspring, performed impressively at Neumünster and was sold to Hungary at 43,000 euros. In 2018, Diemo was stallion graded at Neumünster. Another typey Dinken son was stallion graded at Neumünster in 2019: Dubliner will be available to the Holsteiner breeders through the Holsteiner Verband stallion keeping GmbH at Elmshorn.
By now, the first Dinken offspring have been shown in competition. His licensed son Denver was noted over the past season with Hannes Ahlmann by winning young horse jumping classes through M level. Another Dinken offspring, Dollar-KL (Filip Dolezal/CZE) attracted attention at the Lanaken World five-year-old Jumping Championship. Two Dinken offspring placed in the final of the Elmshorn State Championship, one of them the Dinken-Carpaccion daughter Donatella under Antonia Brinkop and the other Dalido by Dinken-Calido I with Jonte Hansen.