Damsire, Friedensfurst, was a very special stallion. Sired by Rondo out of Frieda III (Gelria x Altrek xx). He was the first Trakehner ever to be approved by the Hanoverian before his licensing with the Trakehner Verband. He completed his Stallion Performance Test in Adelheidsdorf with a total of 126.99 points, finishing 5th overall. His dressage score was 132 points, which ranked him third.
Stabled at the prestigious Gestut Vorwerk in Cappeln, Germany, Friendensfurst got assigned a new rider, Nicole Uphoff. In 1999 Uphoff showed the chestnut in the German Nurnberger Burgpokal competition (PSG circuit) finishing second in the finals. Mid 2000, Uphoff decided to leave Gestut Vorwerk and American Lisa Wilcox took over the training. At the 2001 Zwolle International Stallion Show, Friedensfurst made his last international appearance. He finished second in the Essent Best Stallion Grand Prix class behind stable mate Relevant (by Rubinstein). He died in 2001, cutting short his career.
Friedensfurst was an exceptional stallion, praised for his beautiful conformation he passed on to his descendants. His walk and trot were elastic and rhythmic.