|Dam||Sweet Briar Too|
|Forego Handicap (1996)|
Vosburgh Stakes (1996)
Carter Handicap (1997)
Metropolitan Handicap (1997)
|Canadian Champion Sprint Horse (1996)|
|Canadian Horse Racing Hall of Fame (2004)|
Owned and bred by noted German-born Canadian horseman Gus Schickedanz, he was named for Langfuhr the former German name for one of the boroughs of the Northern Polish city of Danzig. Langfuhr's sire Danzig was named after that city.
In 1996, Langfuhr's wins included the American Grade II Forego Handicap at Saratoga Race Course and the Grade I Vosburgh Stakes at Belmont Park. His performances that year earned him Canadian Champion Sprint Horse honors.
Retired to stud duty at Lane's End Farm in Versailles, Kentucky, Langfuhr was the 2005 leading sire in North America by number of winners and as of September 8, 2007 has sired 49 stakes winners including:
- Wando - 2003 Canadian Triple Crown Champion and Canadian Horse of the Year
- Mobil - 2004 Canadian Champion Older Horse
- Kimchi - 2006 Canadian Champion Three-Year-Old Filly
- Imperial Gesture – 2002 winner of the Grade 1 Beldame Stakes and Gazelle Handicap
- Lawyer Ron - won 2006 Arkansas Derby, 2007 Whitney Handicap and Woodward Stakes
- Jambalaya - winner of the 2007 Grade I Gulfstream Park Breeders' Cup Turf Stakes and the Arlington Million.
- Apollo Kentucky - 2016 winner of the Grade 1 Tokyo Daishōten