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02|2011
THE HANOVERIAN
No. 2 | February 2011
Sport
Rassolini wins
“Burgpokal”
Annual Report
The plan has been
fulfilled
Stallion
New young
stallions
The plan has been fulfilled
The modernization of the Niedersachsenhalle in Verden was the main subject of discussion
at the Hanoverian Association during 2010. It stood the test at the Elite Auction and at the
stallion licensing and sales. Overall the year was filled with exciting events and challenges.
By Dr. Werner Schade
T
he demanding building project determined the
activities at and around Verden’s central office
throughout the entire past year. All events were
held as scheduled in spite of the limitations. The
plan was for the construction to be completed in
time for the fall Elite Auction and sure enough the
fall auction was held in Verden’s renovated arena.
The construction began right after the spring Elite
Auction in April 2010. The time frame between both
Elite Auctions was tight and both had to take place
in the large arena. There was no plan B – and things
happened just as planned! Not only did we stick
with the timetable but we also stayed within the
budget for the first leg of the remodeling project.
This is not guaranteed at construction sites of this
size. Some unexpected difficulties did arise, though.
It was a successful undertaking because all partici-
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pants did everything humanly possible. The building
of the stables and of a new warm-up arena will
start after April’s Elite Auction while the remodeling
inside the arena continues.
Against the trend
The number of members and mares of the Hanoverian association reflect a slight retrograde tendency
just like last year. Even though a decrease of just
under three percent in the membership and 3,7
percent in the number of registered mares is not yet
alarming we must however realize and state that
the intensity of decrease is growing slightly. The
breeding records unfortunately reflect a worrisome
development. We recorded a two-digit reduction
for the first time since the nineties. While last year’s
decrease of 6,6 percent was still moderate the
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number of mares covered over the past two years
has reduced by 20 percent. The aftermath of this
significant development will be noticed in the next
foal crop.
This has not come as a total surprise to our association. It is not just our problem but one of all horse
breeding associations in Germany as well as all
over Europe. Some are more affected than others
and not just since last year. The effects of the economic crisis on the horse market were the main
reason for the decreasing breeding numbers in
2010. Even though the economic crisis appears to
now be considered a thing of the past experience
shows that negative effects appear with a delay.
The fact is that the general horse market has been
very slow - certainly in 2009 – the foal market that
suffered the most. But the foal market plays a very
important role to many Hanoverian breeders.
Accelerated impulses
Another influential factor overlaps the influence of
the economic situation: the structural change in
horse breeding in Germany. The effects of the economic crisis will fortify this structural change. Again
not only the Hanover breeding area is affected but
the entire horse breeding industry. We must expect
a reduction in the number of sport horses because
of this. In general adjusting the supply to the demand is sensible. However due to the developmental time frame in horses with respect to pregnancy,
raising and training it does not seem useful to plan
short-term only with next year in mind. One has to
predict the market development for the next four to
five years whilst deciding on a breeding plan for
your mare in 2011.
The quality demands are high. The ability for breeding farms to raise horses in a healthy way and to
guarantee a good training program during the
youngster’s early years has become more and more
important. It is highly probable that there will be a
lack of sport horses in the future due to the continued decrease in breedings. Therefore it is advisable
to act against the trend during these times. With
this background knowledge the questions arise
whether or not the breeding of horses has a healthy
future as well as which breed association will survive. Concrete criteria prove that the Hanoverian
Association holds a strong position. A deciding factor is whether an association will be able to guarantee quality in their horses through a certain selection process or reduce its status to just being a
horse registry. The strength of an association will be
gauged by the service programs it offers to support
breeders and by the way how it deals with all organizational issues. The contribution of an association to marketing horses will play an important role.
An obvious demand is to create an environment
that allows for many horses to be sold at high prices on the international market. It is also a matter of
being able to create and develop new market places. All this requires a modern marketing center as
well as competent trainers. The personnel situation
is of utmost importance. Only a motivated and competent team will be able to navigate this ship. This
team includes not only full-time employees but also
all volunteers that serve breeding associations and
breeding clubs.
Upon checking these criteria one realizes that the
Hanoverian Association has done its homework
and is prepared for the future. Therefore it is important that our Hanoverian breeders approach the
2011 breeding season with confidence so that they
can harvest the fruits in 2015. The fact that the
number of registered mares has diminished only
insignificantly which suggests that not too many
breeders plan to give up but are waiting to see
what might happen. The number of new registrations with 2,450 mares also supports this impression.
Athletic mares at the shows
The overall mare show activities have remained stable. Even though we have registered some retrograde figures the range of variation has stayed
within justifiable limits. 1,624 mares participated in
mare shows (1,678 last year), 511 mares received
the State’s Premium award (411 last year). We do
not judge the mare shows by the number of participants only but also by the quality of participating mares which was impressive. We noticed a
positive development at the sites. The larger combined shows came out just as well as the traditional shows. There were two highlights. The breeding
clubs from Osnabrück/Emsland and East Frisia/Oldenburg organized the now called Friedrich JahnckeShow – formerly the Louis Wiegels-Show. The classes for older horses and families clearly proved how
strong the genetic basis is in this region through
Weltmeyer, Brentano II and Londonderry. One mare
was not to be beaten earning the title “Best Mare
of the Show”: St.Pr A. Doris Day by Desperados/
Brentano II (breeder: Heinrich Ramsbrock,
Menslage) was probably the most exceptional mare
of 2010. Doris Day started attracting attention
when she became the champion mare in Badbergen at a breeding club show. She also became
Champion Mare at the Herwart von der DeckenShow, qualified in Verden for the Bundeschampionate of riding horses and proved that she could also
win under saddle in Warendorf. We have not before
witnessed such a success record in a three-year old
mare which on top of her success is now also in
foal.
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The newly organized Herwart von der Decken-Show
was a huge success. It now takes place annually
with only three-year old mares. The mares were celebrated; the atmosphere was outstanding. Top
mare Doris Day found her equal in Diana by Damsey/Brentano II (breeder: Charlotte and Andreas
Grönborg, Denmark) in this competition. Two exceptional mares led the judging commission to declare both mares Champions! Brentano II who died
of colic in 2010 at the age of 27 is the dam’s sire of
both young mares. The champion mares of the
jumper class St.Pr. A. For Odessa by For Edition/Graf
Grannus (breeder: Ludwig Decker jun., Bierbergen)
and from the Halfbred-class St.Pr.A. Lisboeta by
Lauries Crusador xx/Sherwood (breeder: Ira and
Olaf Hagemann, Stade) completed the image of
athletic mares.
St.Pr. A. Doris day was one of the
most exceptional mares of 2010.
She won not only the Friedrich
Jahncke- and the Herwart von der
Decken-Show but also became
Bundeschampion in Warendorf.
Photo: Ernst
Informative, attractive and exciting mare shows invigorate the breed and offer important orientation
for the most important task to improve the mare
quality. Furthermore they present a marketplace for
mares. Demsey’s owner Doug Leatherdale from the
United States was so impressed by champion mare
Diana that he bought the mare on the day of the
show. The Herwart von der Decken-Show gave more
positive impulses to this development in 2010.
Regional differences
The number of station-tested mares stayed under a
thousand with 983 mares for the first time. Partially
a continued trend, partially a result of the current
year! The mare performance test of home-trained
mares was unable to make up for the difference. The
numbers here also reflected a decline from 920 in
2009 to 886 in 2010. Regional differences became
obvious. The training costs during the time of preparation were the main reason for the declining numbers. Also a consequence of the laboring sale situation during the past two years. The necessity to
improve the training situation in the breeders’ stables becomes evident.
The young breeders of the Hanoverian Association
are on the best way to be prepared for the demands
of the future. More than 800 young breeders participated in competitions at the local, regional and
association level. The victory of the Hanoverian
team at the German Championships in the Main
and State Stud of Baden-Württemberg, Marbach
was a special highlight. Hanoverian Young Breeders
impressively took the lead of fourteen participating
associations.
Successful auction year
Even though the market improved after 2009, especially the international market, every auction demanded utmost strength and concentration from
all team members. The total return of 17,8 million
Euro for 1,025 horses remained the same as in the
previous year even though we offered 70 horses/
foals less. This clearly constitutes a sale success. We
noticed differences while carefully reviewing the
auction types. The riding horse auctions did very
well with a return increase of almost 600,000 Euro
balancing out return decreases at the foal auctions
and the stallion sales. The reason for the declining
foal sales clearly lies in the reduced supply. The decision to reduce the number of foals in the collection for 2010 proved correct and matched the demand. The returns at the stallion licensing were
within normal deviation limits.
The May auction reflected the largest return increase with Euro 233,100 and the Alsfelder Advent
with Euro 254,500.00. This auction took place for
the second time and it was a great success. The
market honored more horses and good quality. Alsfeld has become an attractive auction location
gaining new customers from southern Germany.
We also saw a clear upward trend with the sales
week of “Experience Hanoverians”. As of 2011 the
sale of horses out of this program will be integrated
into the May auction. The training and auction center (AAZ) will take over the entire marketing program for this program. Recreational horses presented as such in exhibitions will make up the third
cadre next to dressage and jumper horses.
Advertising and contacts
The buying power from foreign countries contributed considerably to the auction successes in addition to buying-friendly customers from within Germany’s borders. Russia was remarkably strong last
year. This is a good example for how beneficial it is
to carefully explore market places, to advertise and
Number of members and registered and covered broodmares
1 970
Total members
8. 106
1 980
1 2.25 1
Active members
Registered mares
8.342
Newly registered mares
Covered mares
7 .873
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1 995
2005
2008
2009
2010
Percent
1 5. 180
15.464
15.235
15.197
14.936
–   1,70
8.87 1
10.708
10.257
10.177
10.114
9.812
–   2,99
16.808
1 5.820
1 9.7 1 5
19.469
19.980
19.695
18.962
–   3,72
2.831
2.385
2.2675
2.493
2.973
2.677
2.450
– 8,48
1 5.301
1 3.392
1 3.856
12.664*
13.436
12.599
10.719
– 14,92
*incl. 217 mares, registered with the marebook for Hessian Warmbloods
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1 990
1 3.449
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to make contacts. We opened up the Chinese market in 2010, too. Being a leading economic power
with growing wealth we expect increasing horse
sales to China in the coming years. The Hanoverian
Association has to secure market shares in this dynamic country. We have created valuable contacts
during the past year. Even though the first sales
have already taken place we consider this – as we
do with all foreign projects - a long-term project of
carefully creating a large network. The co-operation
with China makes an extensive training’s program
necessary. Horses and the riding sport have tremendously gained in popularity in China however
help is needed with training and horse management. Clients need continuous support. The horse
breeding takes place in the grassland regions of
Western China at the border to Kazakhstan. This
will become another area of co-operation with the
Hanoverian Association.
Imke Schellekens-Bartels did just that on Sunrise.
The pair had a very good and successful season.
She won team gold in dressage at the World Equestrian Games with her Dutch team. Sunrise became
the most successful Hanoverian dressage horse in
Lexington, KY. In a pursuit to catch up Ludger Beerbaum took second place on Gotha at the World
Cup-finals in Geneva.
The connection between the sale of horses and
training is relevant not only for China but more or
less for all countries and its importance increases
with the sale of young horses. The Hanoverian Riding and Driving School in Verden will take on a very
important role in the near future. The new manager
Bernd Knorr who organized the riding schools of
Hong Kong’s Jockey Club for years is an internationally experienced riding instructor. Bernd Knorr has a
lot of experience with China and other Asian countries because of his time in Hong Kong. He and the
Hanoverian Association will work on a concept this
year to make the Riding and Driving School internationally renowned as support for the auctions with
respect to advertising, customer ties and customer
care.
Riders on Hanoverian horses won all German
championship titles in jumping, dressage and
eventing. Eva Bitter won the Ladies Competition
with Stakkato in Münster. Meredith Michaels-Beerbaum won on Checkmate against the men. Isabell
Werth fetched both dressage titles with Warum
nicht FRH. Julia Mestern on FRH Schorsch earned
the championship title in eventing in Schenefeld in
an exceptional fashion.
Medals for Hanover
Three of Germany’s top competitors on Hanoverian
horses decided to have babies in 2010! Ingrid Klimke, Meredith Michaels-Beerbaum and Isabell Werth
were not only thinking about babies, they also had
their mind set on participating at the World Equestrian Games in Lexington, Kentucky. They were
quickly back in the saddle and seamlessly linked up
to their performances and successes at the top international level. Meredith Michaels-Beerbaum on
Checkmate became World Champion in the jumper
division with her first-class German team; Isabell
Werth on Warum nicht FRH earned the bronze medal with her team; Ingrid Klimke on Butts Abraxxas
had a grandiose dressage and cross-country ride
but just missed winning an individual medal because of her final stadium course. Three strong
mothers!
Dablino under Anabel Balkenhol a member of Kentucky’s bronze medal dressage team and Desperados under Falk Rosenbauer the champion of the
German Dressage Derby were considered the Dressage Shooting Stars of 2010. Eva Bitter attracted
much positive attention and good successes like
the victory at the Open Jumper Grand Prix of Hanover with the two state stud sires Satisfaction and
Perigueux. Outstanding advertisement for both
stallions from Celle!
Handicapped riders earned a number of medals at
the World Equestrian Games in Kentucky. The discipline Para-Equestrian has been newly added to the
WEG. Dr. Angelika Trabert became World Champion
with Arriva-Avanti in the freestyle. Hannelore Brenner now also is a World Champion with Woman of
the World after her Olympic victory. Lee Parson
from England won three gold medals on Gentleman. Patric Looser from Switzerland earned the
­title World Champion in individual vaulting on
The Elite Foal Auction took place in
the Hanoverian Riding and Driving
School. Photo: Ernst
Earning a bronze medal in the World Cup Final was
one of the exceptional successes at the top level.
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Annual report
Auctions
Winter
Summer
Autumn
92
74
77
86
86
91
38
Total turnover (Euro)
1.272.300
2.245.500
1.112.800
1.342.200
3.053.000
1.325.500
563.600
Average price
13.805,43
30.345
14.458
15.607
35.500
14.528
14.832
50.000
127.000
45.000
75.000
320.000
41.000
42.000
Solt horses
Highes price
Spring
May
Record RS. It was impressive to witness that many
handicapped riders counted on Hanoverian horses
in Kentucky. Eight Out of twenty horses in Kentucky
that were bred in Germany carried the Hanoverian
brand. Two carried the Hessian brand.
Many very good talents representing the Hanoverian breed earned many medals at the championships in Verden and in Warendorf. Hanover held a
strong position winning two reserve World Championship titles which went to Claudia Rüscher with
licensed stallion Lissaro in the division for five-year
olds and to Eva Möller with Soliere in the six-year
old division. It became very clear in this competition
that the international competition has steadily improved with respect to the quality of horses and the
quality of riding.
The privately owned sire Lissaro van
de Halle won the Bundeschampionate in Warendorf for three consecutive years, became Reserve World
Champion and is now in training
with Edward Gal preparing for top
international competition.
Photo: Schwöbel
November
Alsfeld
strongly in the jumper division as it was last year.
We saw very talented Hanoverians in the event division. Reserve champion Rubinja TE ridden by Elmar Lesch found a new home with Ingrid Klimke.
Mrs. Medicott under Sara Algotsson-Ostholt became World Champion of the six-year olds in Lion
d’Angers/France four weeks later. FRH Butts Avedon with Andreas Dibowski in the saddle won silver
in the seven-year old division.
Hanoverian jumper horses made a very good impression in the jumper horse championships.
Stakkato’s blood was remarkably often represented
in the placings. Stakkato as well as some of his sons
had a big impact from a breeding point of view
which the jumper collection had already confirmed
at licensing.
International Competition
The Dutch association KWPN leads the way in dressage as well as in jumping in the international competition of the horse breed associations. Hanover
takes second place behind the Dutch in the dressage rankings of the WBFSH. Changes mark the
situation in the international top sport of dressage.
These changes are not directly related to the breeding of horses. Looking at the young Hanoverian
talents currently being prepared for competition at
top dressage training facilities allows Hanover to
look forward towards a bright future at the top
again. It will be considerably harder to reach this
goal in the jumper sport as there are five associations with strong representation.
Doris Day the champion of the three-old mare division with rider Hermann Burger and Lissaro van der
Helle winning his third championship title this time
in the division for five-year old dressage horses
were the absolute super stars at the Bundeschampionate in Warendorf. Lissaro van der Helle wrote
history by winning three championship titles in
three consecutive years. This has never happened
before! Hanover was successfully represented in all
disciplines although it was not represented as
The competition is much harder. Hanover lacks the
number of horses at the top. Reviewing the excellent development of Hanoverian event horses over
the past years it is not surprising to see that Hanover
was able to take the lead in the marebook valuation
for this discipline for the first time. The marketing
benefited from this development. International interest in Hanoverian event horses has clearly risen.
This will strengthen those breeders willing to use
Thoroughbred blood in their breeding program. n
Total sales from 1998 to 2010
Number of horses
1988
2000
2008
Return in Euro
2009
2010
1990
2000
2008
2009
2010
Riding horse auctions
336
494
584
542
544
3.490.385
7.806.911
12.330.500
10.353.300
10.914.900
Foal and
broodmare auction
182
207
450
417
354
848.028
1.354.207
3.657.100
2.939.200
2.500.000
Stallion sales
103
92
2.087.750
2.630.390
3.370.000
3.811.500
3.501.500
93.200
122.900
162.750
„Experience Hanoverians“
Other sales
Total turnover
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621
91
88
84
10
13
21
25
55
35
22
286.592
150.490
944.620
590.238
719.350
818
1.190
1.095
1.025
6.426.163
12.078.100
20.395.420
17.817.138
17.831.800
Sport
A pat for the champion: Rassolini and Kathrin Meyer zu
Strohen. Photo: Frieler
K
athrin Meyer zu Strohen and Rassolini are a
well-coordinated team. The rider has been responsible for the stallion’s daily training for more
than three years. The pair qualified for the Bundeschampionate for five-year old dressage horses finishing the final in an ungrateful forth position in
2008. The pair also just missed a medal finishing
forth at the World Championships for six-year old
dressage horses in Verden in 2009. This happened
at the Bundeschampionate for six-year olds, too:
forth place!
Rassolino has had a great start this year, now being
a seven-year old: They qualified for the final of Nürnburger Burgpokal in Frankfurt at the state championships of Berlin-Brandenburg. It is viewed as the
unofficial German Championship for seven- to nineyear old dressage horses. The pair dominated this
competition highlight from the beginning. The pair’s
top performance was also awarded with the winning score in the final after the victory in the introductory test. Kathrin Meyer zu Strohen raved that
“Rassolini’s relaxedness, suppleness and his entire
trot work are his strong points. He learns very quickly. I consider him a true horse for the future.”
Christel and Horst Hofmann from Bad Nauheim
bred Rassolini by Rubioso N/Silvano. The couple has
been devoted to breeding Horses for decades. The
breeding program is based on Lorely by Jussuf and
her daughter Lorette by Thor. Lorette’s daughter
Leika by Lotse delivered Riquetta by Romadour II.
She was the dam of licensed stallion Sappalot by
Silvano, who – as a three-year old – won the Hessian Championships and later the Suisse Dressage
Championships under rider Birgit Wientzek-Pläge.
Full-sister St.Pr. mare Sweetheart is a proven broodmare. She is the dam of Rassolino as well as Dream
Girl H who won her mare performance test in Alsfeld in a surpassing fashion.
Rassolini is owned by Detlef Ruddat and stands at
stud at the Gerkenhof in Kirchlinteln. Family Meyer
zu Strohen introduced the liver chestnut to Detlef
Ruddat and breeding farm manager Marco List who
remembers, “I had already noticed the stallion at
the championships in Lohberg. He shoul have participated at the elite auction in 2006 but dropped
out due to an illness. We were convinced immediately as soon as we saw him at Family Meyer zu
Strohen!” The breeding farm manager knows
which strong points the athlete has, “His walk is
excellent and his performances has improved from
year to year.” Kathrin Meyer zu Strohen will con-
Gold for Rassolini
The Hessian Rassolini won with rider Katrin Meyer
zu Strohen the Final of Nürnberger Burgpokal
in December. This test is the unofficial german
championship for young dressage horses.
By Julia Martin
tinue training Rassolini. Breeders can be pleased as
Rassolini´s frozen semen is available this year at
Eckhard Wahlers breeding station.
The Hanoverian Wells Fargo with Matthias Alexander Rath placed second in the final of Nürnberger
Burgpokal. The now seven-year old chestnut by
Welser/Fabriano (breeder: Karl Klüber, Rheden)
changed owners at the elite auction in 2006. Matthias Alexander Rath has now been presenting him
for a year. Kathrin Meyer zu Strohen laid the training
foundation. The pair placed fifth in the final of the
World Championship for five-year old dressage
horses in Verden in 2008. She participated in the finals of the Federal Championships a few weeks later. Insa Hansen presented Wells Fargo in the World
Championships for six-year olds in Verden in 2009
before Matthias Alexander Rath took him under his
wings. Wells Fargo placed second and Rassolini
third in the Class For Champions. Unee under Jasmine Sanche-Burger won this class. This pair went
on to finish the final in third position. n
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D’Agostino wins World Cup
D’Agostino and Fabienne Lütkemeier won the World Cup for Young Riders in Frankfurt in
December. Exciting competition took place with top Hanoverian placings in the festively
decorated arenas of the indoor Christmas show circuit.
By Britta Züngel
Dressur
D’Agostino
D’Agostino by De Niro/Shogun xx (breeder:
Klaus Lahmann, Dassendorf) and rider Fabienne Lütkemeier won the freestyle final of the
World Cup for Young Riders that took place in
Frankfurt/Germany. Earlier this pair had won
the Prix St. Georges and had placed second in
the individual test.
Dr. Doolittle (VA)
The judges placed Dr. Doolittle by Donnerhall/
Lauries Crusador xx (breeder: Dr. Sönke Toba-
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ben, Eschborn) with rider Julia Funke in fifth
position in the individual test for young riders
at the CDI in Zwolle, The Netherlands.
Mr. Q.
Mr. Q by Matcho AA/Lanthan (breeder: Friedhelm Horstmann, Bad Oeynhausen) triumphed in Zwolle winning the FEI individual test
for juniors with Alexandra Barbancon from
Spain.
Sancette
Sancette from Sandro Hit/Contender (breeder: Dietrich Meyer, Bierde) recorded top placings in Australia. The nine-year old placed
third in the Grand Prix with rider Mary Hanna
and they improved to second place in the
freestyle both at the CDI in Werribee.
Winyamaro
Winyamaro by Walt Disney/Trapper (breeder:
Hans-Jürgen Bührig, Schiffdorf) finished forth
in the World Cup freestyle under Catherine
Haddad in the Olympic arena in London/Great
Britain. Earlier on the ten-year old had already
placed forth in the Grand Prix.
Springen
Ashley
Rodrigo Pessoa rode ten-year old Ashley by
Acorado/Chasseur (breeder: Helmut Siefkes,
Holtland) to victory in the World Cup jumper
class in Washington, USA.
Sport
Westorcan and Bernd Herbert won the opening
jumper class in Frankfurt. Photo: Rau
Cederick
Daniel Etter rode Cederick by Chasseur/Rabino (breeder: Breeding Farm Staats, Bahrdorf)
to victory in the puissance at the World-Cup
Show in Geneva, Switzerland. Earlier on the
pair placed second in a two-phase class and
third in a six bars competition.
Cayetana
Marjan De Wachter placed third after the
jump-off with ten-year old Cayetana by Calido/Großglockner (breeder: Mareike Peckholz,
Cappeln) at an international competition in
Mechelen/Belgium.
Codex One (VA)
Codex One by Contendro/Glückspilz (breeder:
Wilhelm Berghorn, Stolzenau) finished the
opening class placing second with a clear
round under rider Karl Brocks at the festive
indoor show in Frankfurt/Germany.
Da Silva C & M
A new name appeared on the international
result lists at the end of the year. Bert Prouve
from Belgium rode Da Silva C & M by Acord II/
Wienerwald (breeder: Horst Erxleben, Bienenbüttel) into fifth place in a difficult (S-) class in
Mechelen.
Escada
The rising generation met in Wierden/The
Netherlands on the last weekend of 2010.
Maximillian Weisshaupt had a good start placing second with Escada by Escudo/Wangenheim in the division for young riders (breeder:
Stephan by Dewitz, Bennebostel).
Albführen’s Granny Smith
Alexandra Fricker placed fifth with Granny
Smith by Grand Cru/Glockenklang at a jumper class for the Champion Cup in Frankfurt
(breeder: Hans-Volker Mehmel, Niedernwöhren).
Lantinus (VA)
The top ten riders of the Rolex-rankings lined
up for the final in Geneva. Lantinus by Landkönig/Argentinus (breeder: Henning MüllerRulfs, Ritterhude) with rider Denis Lynch
placed second with only four penalty points
after two demanding rounds winning a purse
in the amount of 50,000 Swiss Franks. Only
one week later the Irish-Hanoverian combi-
nation had again to be satisfied with a second place after an exciting jump-off in the
Grand Prix of Frankfurt.
Little Lady (VA)
Little Lady by Laptop/Grannus (breeder: Wiebke Hannken, Alfter) placed fifth with Michael
Whitaker in a jumper class with jump-off in
London, Great Britain. The nine-year old placed
forth after a faultless round in another class.
Quax (Hessian)
Quax by Quincy Jones/Donar (breeder: Ralf
Litz, Eiterfeld) entered the roster of winners in
Geneva. The ten-year old won a time class
with rider Werner Muff.
Rosanto
Thomas Brand and Rosanto by Raphael/Singular Joter (breeder: Willi Schulz-Hausbrandt,
Wittingen) earned their first international placing finishing fifth in a jumper class in Zuidbroek, The Netherlands at the beginning of
the year.
VDL Groep Wallenberg
Wallenberg by Stakkato/Libero H (breeder:
Gerhard Lyke, Uetze) placed fifth in the Speed
and Handiness Class at the CSI in London’s
Olympic arena as one of the youngest participants. Eric van der Vleuten from The Netherlands rode the seven-year stallion.
Westorcan (VA)
Westorcan by Wolkenstein II/Matcho AA
(breeder: Hermann Jarck, Himmelpforten)
performed at his best in the opening jumper
class in Frankfurt. The ten-year old won this
international class with his rider Bernd Herbert. The pair was again victorious in another
jumper class the next day. n
Little Lady and Michael Whitaker were placed
fifth in London. Photo: Frieler
Shutterfly
Shutterfly by Silvio/Forrest xx (breeder: Uwe
Dreesmann, Hesel) placed forth with his rider
Meredith Michaels-Beerbaum after an exciting jump-off at a World Cup jumper competition in Geneva.
Stardano
Stardano by Stakkato/Cardano (breeder:
Horst Amend, Gehrden) convinced with his
Russian rider Alexander Zamkovoy placing
forth in the first class for young horses at the
CSI in Leszno/Poland. The seven-year old finished third in the final.
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Breeding
The quality of the hooves has a substantial influence
on the serviceability of a horse. The evaluation of
hooves is only possible on solid ground.
Photo: Ernst
half (13) carried jumper blood at least once in the
first two generations often through the already
mentioned Hanoverian bloodlines G, F and E.
We are on the way
The Hanoverian Association published guidelines
a year ago that they had worked out in detail in
cooperation with the Breeding Book Committee.
The statements have already proven themselves.
By Ulrich Hahne
Guideline emphasized
predisposition
The breeding of sport horses
calls for an adjustment to an
aim-oriented predisposition for
dressage, jumping or eventing.
All attributes must be evaluated
during the selection process. In
the breeding of jumper horses,
jumper lines are to be used exclusively and suitable refining
sires. In the breeding of dressage
horses, dressage lines, suitable
jumper lines as well as refining
sires can be used.
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Guideline Emphasized Predisposition
Stallions with dressage talent who have a jumper
pedigree bring power and attitude into the breeding of dressage horses. These attributes become
necessary when the test questions become more
demanding at a higher level. This realization is fundamentally not new and a successful concept that
Hanover has used with the dual talented G-, F- and
E-line and which - for instance in the Netherlands
- was used until quite recently. Lately however the
use of this concept has diminished. It therefore
deemed wise to bring it up again.
There have been many examples of Hanoverian
dressage horses in all age groups that have confirmed the guideline for an emphasized predisposition during 2010. There were 23 Hanoverians in the
world’s top 150 dressage horses in the last show
season according to the WBFSH-rating. More than
Lissaro by Lissabon/Matcho AA created a stir at the
lower level on the show circuit of 2010. He was
discovered in the jumper lot on Verden’s stallion
sales in 2007. He went on to become three-time
Bundeschampion and Reserve World Champion of
dressage horses. In the near future we will see him
under Edward Gal. It was Dundee by Don Frederico/
Falkland who set the standard at the auction scene
in 2010. Again it was Hanoverian’s F-line that
brought dynamics and a fighter spirit to the breed
through Wanderer. Again and again the sire Falkland appears as dam’s sire in many highly interesting horses. The fact did not escape the view of our
competitors from the north. Our Danish neighbors
advertised with the young dressage talent Uno
Donna Unique the unchallenged World Champion
of young dressage horses in 2010. Her dam is by
Falkland.
Verden’s stallion sales of 2010 also offered dressage talented stallions with a jumper pedigree. Often they could already be found in the collection of
dressage horses like premium sire Conan by
Chequille/Landclassic. The breeding records of Edward, Lissaro, Christ, Contendros Bube or Goldfever
II from 2010 indicate that there will be Hanoverian
dressage horses with jumper genes in the future.
Guideline Identity
Dressage-talented stallions with a jumper pedigree
often go back to the proven Hanoverian bloodlines
of Goldfisch II, Feiner Kerl and Adeptus xx. With that
in mind one inevitably arrives at the second guideline the guideline identity.
Once again back to the most successful Hanoverian
dressage horses of 2010 that placed in the World’s
top 150. The bloodline of Flavius, the Hanoverian
W-blood, appears most frequently. It was difficult
for young stallions with this bloodline to settle as
breeding stallions in the past because it was so
widespread during the 90s. This is why there are
only older, established stallions available at the moment. They offer the opportunity to lend new impulses to proven Hanoverian performance lines. It is
desirable to maintain the W-blood also on the sire
side to secure his values for the Hanoverian breed
long-term.
Breeding
Looking back at the list of last year’s most successful Hanoverian jumpers we certainly wished for a
larger number in the group of the World’s best.
When Hanover was represented it was mainly with
strong Hanoverian pedigrees where for instance
Goldfever, Drosselklang II and Stakkato appeared
as sires. Verden’s stallion sales confirmed this tendency. And at the end of the collection there were
the ‘Stakkatos’.
These stallions made a positive impression. Leading
the way was premium sire Spimex by Stakkato/Calypso II. His dam is Hanoverian Mare of the Year
2010: Cecile by Calypso II/Abajo xx/Weingau/Abhang. The historical background of his pedigree is a
classical Hanoverian recipe for success: Hanoverian
performance blood in Weingau and Abhang, Thoroughbred blood through Abajo xx; the positive attributes of Holstein blood combined with a solid
Hanoverian base through Calypso II and then continued on with the Hanoverians Stakkato and Escudo I. Hanoverian dam lines are the best in the
World. Stallions that should improve the Hanoverian breed must descend out of a good dam line.
They can only pass on to their offspring what predecessors have passed on to them.
Guideline Quality
The construction of the back, a powerful yet relaxed
back, allow for dynamics. Perfect examples were
Jumping
Ratina died
Ratina Z by Ramiro/Alme died just before Christmas
at the age of 28 with her longtime rider Ludger
Beerbaum at her side. “She fell asleep peacefully
never to wake up again,” Beerbaum communicated
on his website. She was one of the most successful
jumper horses of her time with life-earnings of Euro
920,000.00.
Ratina Z had finally made a name for herself and
not only with the experts at the European Championships in 1991 in La Baule, France. She won team
gold and placed forth individually under Piet Raymakers from the Netherlands. The pair won team
gold at the Olympic Games in Barcelona and individual silver a year later. Ludger Beerbaum became
individual Olympic Champion in Barcelona with his
mount Almox Classic Touch. Ludger Beerbaum took
over Ratina Z soon after that.
The Hanoverian mare remained highly successful
with her new rider: Overall World Cup victory in
1993, team gold at the World Championships in
the champion dressage mares at the Herwart von
der Decken-Show 2010. It is not only the quality of
the movement and the overall harmony that connects state’s premium aspirant Doris Day by Desperados and elite mare candidate Diana by Damsey; it is also the dam’s sire Brentano II who is a
cornerstone of the Hanoverian dressage horse
breeding program. This example proves the relation
between the guideline quality and the guideline
quality. Doris Day confirmed her show success also
in under-saddle competitions by winning the Federal Championships for three-year old riding horses
in Warendorf. The champion is now in foal. The mare
Diana will be able to prove her athleticism in the
coming years.
The quality of hooves and foundation will once
more gain in importance; the standard of quality
will increase. We had already directed our attention
to these criteria during the selection process in
2010. A rubber mat allowed for a clear evaluation
of the hooves at the Herwart von der Decken-Show.
This system was also implemented at a few mare
shows (in Timmel and Luhmühlen). The 2010 premium stallions show that the attributes outlined in
the guideline quality were considered as selection
criteria. They are firm components of the Hanoverian
breed. These attributes combined with the ideas of
both other guidelines should be taken in serious
consideration in all breed decisions. n
Guideline Identity
The goal of the Hanoverian Association is to effectively stabilize the valuable, genetic foundation of the Hanoverian breed
through purposefully promoting
proven and newly arising Hanoverian performance lines.
Guideline Quality
The evaluation of the back construction is of special importance
in the breeding of sport horses
for all disciplines.
We strive to improve the motion
of the movement under saddle.
In the selection process we filter
out horses with an energetic
move-off which goes through a
powerful, supple back as this is a
prerequisite for a horse to best
develop carrying power under a
rider. The demands on the quality of the hooves and the foundation will also be increased again.
1994, team gold at the Olympic Games in Atlanta
in 1996, double victory at the European Championships in Mannheim.
Ratina Z was retired at the CHIO in Aachen in 1999.
“I am who I am” was the motto that illustrated her
unique equine personality. “This horse never came
towards me not even one centimeter! I always had
to approach her,” Ludger Beerbaum described the
special nature of this exceptional athlete. Breed
agreements with respect to embryo transfers were
worked out with Ratina’s breeder Leon Melchior.
Ratina Z produced five descendants. After that Ratina enjoyed her retirement at the farm of Beerbaum.
Ratina Z belonged to the top Hanoverian jumper
horses which were recruited for the World Breed
ranking seven times, three of which as number
one! Her pedigree reflects first-class European
performance genes from the Netherlands, France
and Hanover. The small share of Hanoverian blood
comes from the famous granddam Heureka who
had won Aachen’s Grand Prix under rider Hermann Schridde. Heureka’s granddam is a descendant of Forstmeister by Feiner Kerl/Sohn Förster/
Khelius. n
Ratina Z was one of the most
­successful showjumpers of the
world. Photo: Ernst
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Breeder’s portrait
A world-class
stallion
Reinhard Braack holds the chestnut sire Weltmeyer
in high esteem. Weltmeyer’s name must appear in the
pedigrees of all his broodmares.
By Jürgen Stroscher
I
Reinhard Braack, “It is every
breeder’s dream to produce an
exceptional horse at least once
– it would be just like hitting the
Jackpot!”
am still convinced of Weltmeyer’s unique heritability qualities. In my opinion he is a world-class
stallion. I have just inseminated one of my four
broodmares with his semen,” the certified farmer
from Krautsand near Dochtersen explains. Fiftynine year old Reinhard Braack prefers using stallions from the breeding station Landesbrück. “I
want to set a good example and predominantly use
stallions at our station in Landesbrück being a
long-time president of the Horse Breeding Club Kehdingen. The quality is also very good.” Soon fouryear old Dannebrog will be available for breeding
services in Landesbrück and Braack is already making plans how to most effectively use this sire in his
Hanoverian breeding program.
Proven blood from Kehdingen
The proven blood of Marcio xx, Wendekreis, Gardestern and Eisenherz can still be found in the region
of Kehdingen. Braack’s mare lines are strongly influenced by Eisenherz’ genes. Reinhard Braack has
successfully manifested his breeding program in the
mare books of the Hanoverian Association with
St.Pr.St. Erina by Eisenherz/Abermals. Erina, born
1983, has delivered very desirable offspring with the
licensed sire Weltbürger by Weltmeyer and his fullsister Weltbürgerin. Weltbürger won his performance test and became Bundeschampion of the fouryear old riding horse division in 1993. Braack sold
Weltbürger to the Breeding Farm Reinsehlen in
Schneverdingen two years prior to the licensing.
Full-sister Weltbürgerin stayed on the farm in Krautsand and delivered many first-class foals. She had to
be put to sleep last year. The passionate breeder has
available the blood of his beloved broodmare in her
eight-year old daughter Baroness by Baroncelli.
Weltbürgerin’s full sister is still on the breeding
farm, too. Braack has high hopes for the future of
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this now two-year old filly. The breeder can also be
very proud of Elfie by Eisenherz/Steward xx, born
1984. She delivered the filly Wien by Weltmeyer in
1990 that also received the St.Pr. award. Reinhard
Braack and his wife Elke can look back onto a very
impressive breeding record. The couple can be very
satisfied for having exclusively produced state’s premium mares as well as mare show champions and
licensed stallions. “After all it is every breeder’s
dream to produce an exceptional horse at least
once. It would be just like hitting the jackpot!”
Family Braack has had to overcome blows of fate
though before getting this far. The original farm
that was located right on the Elbe River was flooded during the strong gales and floods of 1976 at
the North Sea-shore. All animals including the horses were endangered. “The Hanoverian Association
and breeder friends showed true solidarity. Many
colleagues came with their horse trailers within a
few hours, loaded up the horses and kept them for
the entire summer,” Reinhard Braack explains still
filled with gratefulness towards all the support his
family received during these hard times. “A new
barn for 30 horses up high on dry land was built
within six months and all horses had come back by
the end of November” the breeder narrates. The
family first lived in temporary quarters at the new
building site which was about one kilometer (as the
crow flies) away from the old one until all buildings
were completed in 1977. “My dad unfortunately
was unable to overcome the loss. He died very suddenly. I had to manage the entire farm by myself
from the age of 26.”
Family Braack has bred Hanoverians for generations. Father Braack focused on breeding riding
horses after having bred workhorses first. “I have
Breeder’s portrait
always tried to breed attractive horses. Today a
good character and good rideability are becoming
increasingly more important which brings me back
to Weltmeyer whose movement and mechanics are
one-of-a-kind. The Thoroughbred Lauries Crusador
xx produces impressive, handsome descendants of
beautiful type. Hanoverian horses should have pep
and still be gentle which makes Thoroughbred
blood so important,” Braack offers insight into his
breeding goals.
In anticipation
The proven breeder is awaiting his soon to arrive
foal crop with anticipation. He selected the sire
Fürst Nymphenburg for four-year old Lauretta (a
class champion in 2010) by Lauries Crusador xx/
Weltmeyer, the sire Fiorano for nine-year old Baroness, a daughter of Weltbürgerin, the sire Weltmeyer
for ten-year old Luano by Lauries Crusador xx/Eisenherz, and the sire Hochadel for seventeen-year
old Daisy by Davignon/Steward xx with careful consideration. Reinhard Braack also takes care of his
young colts and nearly 300 young bulls. He has
managed his farm alone since 1998. “My son is
more interested in airplanes which has taken him to
other side of the Elbe River to Hamburg where he
works for Airbus,” the father explains with a touch
of concern for the future of the farm in his voice. His
wife supports him. She deals with his extensive paperwork and answers the phone. A ‘one-man’ business does have its advantages as our customer always deal directly with the boss.
Word has got around that Braack has spacious and
good fields. “Fertile grounds that do not require any
fertilization with only a few flies during the summer
and healthy maritime climate offer best conditions
for raising youngsters,” the breeder shares with excitement over the good location of his farm. Other
horse owners give their young colts into the caring
hands of Reinhard Braack. “It is no problem for
other colts to join mine. They grow up in small
groups peacefully and far away from the other
horses.” Boarding horses join the broodmares and
geldings. The colts are brought back to the barn
once the grazing season comes to an end. I discuss
the rising generations the further development with
the owners. Colts stay colts and get prepared for
the licensing or for sale if they have enough potential. Braack seeks the help of his friends the Family
Koppelmann in this matter. Depending on the
youngsters’ age they either go back out into the
fields or as geldings are prepared for the sport. Up
to now Mr. and Mrs. Braack have sold more than
twenty horses through Verden’s auction program
and on the stallion sales.
The breeder drives over the entire farm to check on
all the horses every day. “Horse owners must have
a good feeling when they place their four-legged
friends into our care.” Decades of experience in
raising young horses have trained Reinhard Braacks
eye. His clients can count on his knowledge and
expertise. Long-standing customers are the best
proof.
A long and exhausting workday comes to an end
when the committed breeder seeks the comfort of
his own home next to his wife. He thinks about the
future of the breed of horses in general but especially about his own Hanoverian breeding program
all the time. The prospect of having a second Weltmeyer in his barn gives him the courage to continue
breeding. n
The licensed stallion London Baron
by Londontime/Baroncelli was the
20th auction horse out of Braack’s
breeding program. He sold to
Finland.
Photo: Ernst
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Stallions
State Stud stallions
19 young stallions owned by the State Stud Celle will go to the breeding stations
for the first time. They are presented with photo, pedigree and results of their
performance test. The complete results can be found on page .
Belmundo xx, brown, born 2004
B. a. r.: Gestüt Bona, Bergheim
Breeding station: Zentrale Besamungsstation Celle
Ph.: ++49 51 41/92 94 20
Handicap: 94 kilogram
Königsstuhl xx
Monsun xx
Mosella xx
Lomond xx
Bajonette xx
Bolivia
Dschingis Khan xx
Königskrönung xx
Surumu xx
Monasia xx
Northern Dancer xx
My Charmer xx
Windwurf xx
Boccia xx
Bonard de Charry, Liver chestnut, born 2008
B. a. r.: Joachim Tobaben, Buxtehude
Breeding station: Besamungsstation Aller-Weser
Ph.: ++49 42 31/93 53 41
100 mares
Dam line of Lunda, 1919, Heins, Westerbeverstedt (Geestemünde): LB Servus by Sesam, LB Dagobert by Duenkel, LB Weinstock by
Wendekreis, PB Gragenit by Grannus, LB Don Vino by Donnerhall, DLGChampionmare Ascona by Argentan, Luigi by Landadel internat. successful show jumper, Werra by Werther internat. successful show jumper
Bolero
Brentano II
Glocke
Donnerhall
St.Pr.St.
Dark-Delight
St.Pr.St. Lacoste
Black Sky
Baronesse
Grande
Ferbel
Donnerwetter
Ninette
Lauries Crusador xx
Akelei
Bonne Chance, grey, born 2006 A
B.: Manfred Schäfer, Vechelde
R.: Hengstaufzuchtgestüt Hunnesrück
Breeding station: Besamungsstation AnkumSPT Adelheidsdorf: 103,59/19/48
Pl. dr.: 97,29/17; Pl. jump.: 111,57/11
Dam St.Pr.St. Starlight A; 2. dam Wyoming A: El Paso (VA) by Escudo internat. successful show jumper; dam line of Schneiderin, 1908,
Meyer, Wanna (Hadeln): LB Frambeau by Wether, PB Lomitas by Landadel, PB Westernhagen by Weltmeyer, internat. successful dressage horsee
Sunrise (VA) by Singular Joter and Grand Fleur (VA) by Graphit, Wahre
Liebe (VA) by Wether internat. successful show jumper
Baloubet du Rouet
Balou du
Rouet
Georgia
Stakkato
St.Pr.St.
Starlight
Wyoming
Galoubet A
Mesange du Rouet
Continue
Georgette II
Spartan
Pia
Werther
St.Pr.St. Garde
Cassador, bay, born 2007
B. a. r.: Fabiana Igbal, Himbergen
Breeding station: Zentrale Besamungsstation Celle
Ph.: ++49 51 41/92 94 20
SPT Adelheidsdorf: 100,89
Pl. dr.: 91,58; Pl. jump.: 119,13
Dam Roberta A; 2. dam Paloma A: Landfürst by Landadel internat.
successful show jumper; dam line of Elfengemse, 1937, Hackmann,
Hemsloh (Diepholz)
Chambertin
Chacco-Blue
Contara
Ramonus
Roberta
Paloma
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Desiree VII
Contender
Godahra II
Ramiro
Germina
Picard
Adrette
Stallions
Chambers, chestnut, born 2007
Champion Du Lys
Champion For
Pleasure
For Joy
Athletico
Anissa
Ekatharina
Laeken
Karene Du Lys
For Pleasure
Dodo
Athlet Z
Verona
Eldorado
B. a. r.: Manuela Buhr-Schmidt, Eldingen
Breeding station: Besamungsstation Adelheidsdorf
Ph.: ++49 51 41/88 56 18 4
SPT Adelheidsdorf: 105,12
Pl. dr.: 98,38; Pl. jump.: 111,27
Dam line of Hoseka, 1908, Schröder, Bierden (Achim): PB Admirano by Admiral, LB Metteur by Metternich (Marbach), Gaylord by Gralsritter internat. successful show jumper, Balsandra by Baloubet du Rouet
Bundes­champion Jumping 2010, internat. successful show jumpers Aldos
by Aldatus and Grannie by Grannus
Steinbild
A Coconut Cream, grey, born 2007
Capitol
Cassini II
Wisma
Genever
Goyana
St.Pr.St. Lattinga
Capitano
Folia
Caletto II
Prisma
Gotthard
Freia xx
Lanthan
B. a. r.: Ulrich Heuer, Bienenbüttel
Breeding station: Zentrale Besamungsstation Celle
Ph.: ++49 51 41/92 94 20
SPT Adelheidsdorf: 100,21/13/30
Pl. dr.: 83,89/18; Pl. jump.: 127,82/3
Dam Goyana A Jumping S-level successful; 2. dam St.Pr.St. Lattinga
A: Gina Ginelli by Genever internat. successful show jumper; dam line
of Nolinde, 1902, Stoll, Midlum (Lehe): LB Rettoucheur by Rotspon,
Dschaipur by Dolentino Dr. Inter II successful
Perdita
Conen, bay, born 2008
Caretano Z
Chequille
Hauterive
Landclassic
Lakonia
Gina-Antonia
Caretino
Bravo
Lavall II
Athene
Landadel
Tira
Grandenstern
B.: Hubert Knigge, Ahlden
R.: J. Westendarp and T. Derichsweiler, Wallenhorst
Breeding station: Besamungsstation Bargstedt, Ph.:
++49 41 64/21 53
Breeding station: Rüscher-Konermann, Greven, Ph.:
++49 25 71/2284, 100 mares
Dam line of Narenta, 1884, Gössler, Wussegel (Dannenberg): LB
Graf Sponeck by Graf Dagobert, LB Zacharias by Zeus, Lento by Landclassic
internat. successful show jumper
Antonia
Don Darius, bay, born 2007
Donnerhall
Don Frederico
Cleopatra
Markus Deak xx
St.Pr.St.
Mia Cara
Falkenschwinge
Donnerwetter
Ninette
Consul
Gatsby
Guarde Royal xx
B. a. r.: Claus Quast, Hamburg
Breeding station: Besamungsstation Adelheidsdorf
Ph.: ++49 51 41/88 56 18 4
SPT Adelheidsdorf: 132,59/2/30
Pl. dr.: 139,73/2; Pl. jump.: 100,69/12
Holsteiner Dam line 2517: PB Lumpaci by Lombard
Matka xx
Falkenstern
Alagora
Don Index, black, born 2007
Don Bosco
Don Crusador
St.Pr.St. Larissa
Wolkentanz
Wera
Salina
Donnerhall
Ramina
Lauries Crusador xx
St.Pr.St.
Pik Bubes Girl
Weltmeyer
St.Pr.St. Lovely
Salvano
B.: Dr. Reinhard Reents, Kirchlinteln
R.: Hengstaufzuchtgestüt Hunnesrück
Breeding station: Besamungsstation Ankum, Ph.: ++49
54 62/15 08
SPT Adelheidsdorf: 135,46/1/30
Pl. dr.: 4,76/1; Pl. jump.: 96,01/15
Dam line of Jahde, 1885, Wolters, Varste (Verden): PB Weyden by
Western Star internat. successful dressage horse, PB Godolphin by Graf
Grannus
Victoria
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Stallions
Drombusch, black, born 2007
B.: Klaus Meyer, Meppen-Apeldorn
R.: Hengstaufzuchtgestüt Hunnesrück
Breeding station: Besamungsstation Oberndorf
Ph.: ++49 47 72/32 5
SPT Adelheidsdorf: 117,89/7/30
Pl. dr.: 120,79/4; Pl. jump.: 101,13/11
Dam line of Kandare, 1917, Wulfers, Nottorf (Verden): PB Grundstein I and II by Graphit, PB Aladin Z by Almé, LB Carbid by Calypso II,
Champion of german mare show Gazelle by Gajus
Donnerhall
Don Vino
St.Pr.St. Consulin
Likoto xx
Laura M
St.Pr.St. Wencke
Donnerwetter
Ninette
Consul
Wenzira
Fit to Fight xx
Like a Leaper xx
Weltmeyer
St.Pr.St. Arielle
Duke Ellington, black, born 2007
B. a. r.: Rudolf und Reinhard Bösch, Bülkau
Breeding station: Besamungsstation Adelheidsdorf
Ph.: ++49 51 41/88 56 18 4
SPT Adelheidsdorf: 105,13/10/30
Pl. dr.: 112,77/6; Pl. jump.: 87,30/18
2. dam St.Pr.St. Malve A: PB First Flair R by Wanderer; dam line of
Nigretti, 1900, by d. Lieth, Großenwörden (Neuhaus): LB Jassy by
Jasperding, LB Seelöwe by Sender, PB Garcon by Gardeoffizier internat.
successful dressage horse, PB Weserstar S by Westerland, internat. successfull show jumpers Dollar Girl by Dynamo and Leroy Brown by Welt As
De Niro
Dancier
St.Pr.St. Lacarna TS
Weltmeyer
St.Pr.St.
Wirtsbraut
St.Pr.St. Malve
Donnerhall
Alicante
Lancier
St.Pr.St. Espina
World Cup
St.Pr.St. Anka
Matcho AA
Landfee
Figari, brown, born 2007
B.: Bernd von der Fecht, Oberndorf
R.: Hengstaufzuchtgestüt Hunnesrück
Breeding station: Zentrale Besamungsstation Celle
Ph.: ++49 51 41/92 94 20
SPT Adelheidsdorf: 100,54/12/30
Pl. dr.: 97,91/12; Pl. jump.: 105,77/9
Dam line of Feuerkrone, 1941, Schlichting, Wolfsbruchermarsch
(Stade): LB Rio Branco by Ramiro
Forsyth
For Edition
Leggiera
Drosselklang
St.Pr.St.
Dixi
Mirza
For Pleasure
Dogenta
Leggiero
Odessa
Don Carlos
Forstlady
Matcho AA
Grafenfee
Floratio, bay, born 2008
B. a. r.: Axel Windeler, Verden-Walle
Breeding station: Besamungsstation Süstedt, Ph.: ++49
42 40/60 1
100 mares
Dam St.Pr.St. Lady Larissa A: PB Westernhagen by Weltmeyer, Wawidof by Weltmeyer; 2. dam Caprice A: PB Schwarzenegger by Sion, PB
Lomitas by Landadel internat. successful show jumper, PB Lambourghini
Diablo; dam line of Schneiderin, 1908, Meyer, Wanna (Hadeln): LB
Frambeau by Wether, LB Bonne Chance by Balou du Rouet, internat. successful dressage horsee Sunrise (VA) by Singular Joter u. Grand Fleur (VA)
by Graphit, Wahre Liebe (VA) by Wether internat. successful show jumper
Florestan
Florencio
Walessa
Landadel
St.Pr.St.
Lady Larissa
St.Pr.St. Caprice
Fidelio
Raute
Weltmeyer
Pirelli
Landgraf
Novella
Calypso II
St.Pr.St. Garde
Grey Top, grey, born 2007 A
B. a. r.: Emiliano Lonzi, Fauglia-Pisa/Italy
Breeding station: Zentrale Besamungsstation Celle
Ph.: ++49 51 41/92 94 20
SPT Adelheidsdorf: 125,48/3/30
Pl. dr.: 113,40/5; Pl. jump.: 128,98/2
Graf Grannus
Graf Top
St.Pr.St. Capries
Dam line: licensed stallion Lucky Boy D by Lucky Luke internat. successful
show jumper, Audrey D by Alpha D internat. successful show jumper
Singular Joter
Silver Dream
Campanile
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Grannus
Goldmädel
Calypso II
Geri
Silvestre
Ravella
Calypso II
Goldine
Stallions
A Inliner, bay, born 2007
Indigo
Iberio
Coco Chanell
Sao Paulo
St.Pr.St. Sarah
Dorina
Ingo
Sandro
B.: Alois Naber, Saterland
R.: Hengstaufzuchtgestüt Hunnesrück
Breeding station: Besamungsstation Adelheidsdorf
Ph.: ++49 51 41/88 56 18 4
SPT Adelheidsdorf: 121,36/5/30
Pl. dr.: 110,95/9; Pl. jump.: 127,37/4
Gibsy
Dam St.Pr.St. Sarah A; Stamm: PB Feiner Stern by Freiherr
Katja
Caletto
Murina
Dorian
Goldblatt
A Lemwerder, chestnut born 2005
Landos
Lordanos
W-Ashley
Goldfever
St.Pr.St.
Goldmarie
Gina
Lord
Grosso Z
B.: Ernst Stahlhut, Stadthagen
R.: Gerd Sosath, Lemwerder
Breeding station: Besamungsstation Oberndorf, Ph.:
++49 47 72/32 5
SPT Neustadt/Dosse: 100,94/15/29
Pl. dr.: 100,24/15; Pl. jump.: 103,90/14
Gundula
Hanoverian show jumper champion 2010
Uta V
Ahorn Z
Sofia
Gragenit
Dam St.Pr.St. Goldmarie A; 2. dam Gina A
Wabana
Libor, bay, born 2008
Landos
Lordanos
W-Ashley
Prestige Pilot
St.Pr.St. Piria
St.Pr.St. Siria
Lord
Uta V
Ahorn Z
Sofia
Pilot
Denver
Sandro
B.: Willem Klausing, Diepholz
R.: Klausing GbR, Diepholz
Breeding station: Besamungsstation Adelheidsdorf
Ph.: ++49 51 41/88 56 18 4
100 mares
Dam St.Pr.St. Piria A; 2. dam St.Pr.St. Siria A; dam line of Pension, 1943, Jungblut, Diepholz: LB Dupont by Diskus, LB Willem‘s As
by Watzmann, LB Foxhunter by Watzmann, LB Perpignon, Placido (VA) by
Prestige Pilot Bundeschampion Dressage
St.Pr.St. Whyoming
Quaterhall, Liver chestnut, born 2008
Quaterman
Quaterback
Passionata
Donnerhall
St.Pr.St.
Dorata K
St.Pr.St. Wenke K
Quando-Quando
Räuberbraut
Brandenburger
Poesie
Donnerwetter
Ninette
B. a. r.: Ulrich Kriebel, Bienenbüttel
Breeding station: Besamungsstation Dorum
Ph.: ++49 47 42/21 00
100 mares
2. dam St.Pr.St. Wenke K: PB Desert Moon by De Niro,licensed stallion
Disneyworld by De Niro; dam line of Konifere, 1884, Frers, Dorumer
Marren (Lehe): PB Gotenkönig by Grenadier, PB Daramis by De Niro, PB
Rock Forever NRW, Prinzess by Pilot
Walt Disney
Gordana
Spörcken, brown, born 2008
Sandro Hit
Sir Donnerhall
Contenance D
Lauries Crusador xx
La Beale Isoud
St.Pr.St. Wilhelmina
Sandro Song
Loretta
Donnerhall
Contenance II
Welsh Pageant xx
Square Note xx
Weltmeyer
St.Pr.St. Bummy
B.: Benedicte Meyer, Boudler/Luxembourg
R.: Detlef Ruddat, Kirchlinteln
Breeding station: Besamungsstation Roydorf, Ph.: ++49
41 71/71 90 5
100 mares
Dam La Beale Isoud: licensed stallion Sir Senjor by Sir Donnerhall; dam
line of Norodina, 1909, Quast, Hove (Jork): PB Bon Bonaparte by
Bolero, PB Profit by Pilot, LB Duellgraf by Duellant, Hafis by Hassan, Le
Mont d‘Or by Landjuwel Gold internat. successful dressage horse, Walloony by Werther internat. successful show jumper, Borsalino by Bolero
internat. successful dressage horse
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Stallions
New privately owned stallions
The young privatly owned stallions are presented with photo, pedigree and result
of their performance test. Among them Worldchampion Totilas. They are published
in the first year of their full approvel of the Verband.
A Conto Son, bay, born 2007
B. a. r.: Lars Nieberg, Homberg/Ohm
Breeding station: Gestüt Wäldershausen, Homberg/Ohm
Ph.: ++49 66 33/76 50
30-day-test Neustadt/Dosse: 7,84
100 mares
Adlantus As
A Conto As
Larina
Dam line of Wolgafichte, 1938, Nagel, St. Hülfe (Diepholz): PB
Fighting Fit by Fighting Alpha
Giorgio
Giorgina
Lygna
Argentinus
Luppy
Landadel
Lyra
Graziano
Pimenta
Lacros
Pistazie
A Acomet, Rhld., bay, born 2000
B.: Franz-Josef Schmitz, Baesweiler
R.: Franz Temmen, Neuenkirchen
Breeding station: Theo Muff, Thundorf/Switzerland
Tel.: ++41/79 33 29 71 4
Acord II
Arpeggio
Perle
International successful show jumper
Dam line of Nervanda, 1917, Junge, Echem (Lüneburg): DLGChampionmare Aragonia by Argentan, PB Amalgan D by Alexis
Pilot
Patrona
Furiosa
Ahorn Z
Ribecka
Power
Schalmei
Pilatus
Gratia
Furioso II
Sarata
A Acorado II, Holst.,grey, born 1998
B. a. r.: Uwe Bahlmann, Herzhorn
Breeding station: Valleluva, Acquasparta/Italy
Tel.: ++39/07 44 94 38 48
70-day-test Neustadt/Dosse: 122,71/6/39
Pl. dr.: 108,27/15; Pl. jump.: 131,09/2
International successful show jumper
Dam Doren: PB/LB Acorado I by Acord II; 2. dam Gloria 2: Herrmann‘s
Leandra by Langraf Spr. internat. successfull show jumper; Holsteiner
dam line 776: PB Ramiro by Raimon internat. successfull show jumper,
PB Calvados I and II by Cor de la Bryère, PB Lord Incipit by Lord internat.
successfull show jumper
Ahorn Z
Acord II
Ribecka
Corrado
Doreen XIII
Gloria 2
Alme
Heureka Z
Calypso
Gerlis
Cor de la Bryère
Soleil
Ramiro
Sonja
A Adorado, grey, born 2002
B. a. r.: Frank Johannsen, Buxtehude
Breeding station: Maarten Brondeel, Aalter-Lotenhull/
Belgium
Tel.: ++32/47 93 85 54 9
Acord II
Acorado
Doreen XIII
International successful show jumper
Dam Glücksfee A; 2. Dam Anthea A: Edgar by Espri internat. successful show jumper; dam line of Folgya, 1935, Lehmann, Wechold
(Hoya): LB Nebelwerfer by Novum xx, licensed stallion Eurocommerce
Pennsylvania by Gambrinus internat. successful show jumper, Explosiv
(VA) by Espri internat. successful show jumper
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Glücksgriff
Glücksfee
Anthea
Ahorn Z
Ribecka
Corrado
Gloria
Glücksstern
Gruga
Arkansas
Goldperle
Stallions
Belstaff, bay, born 2007
Bolero
Brentano II
Glocke
De Niro
St.Pr.St.
Deseada SL
St.Pr.St. Wylie AS
Black Sky xx
Baronesse
Grande
Ferbel
Donnerhall
Alicante
Weltmeyer
St.Pr.St. Feine Dame
B.: ZG Leitner u. Schmitz, Rommerskirchen
R.: Johannes Westendarp, Wallenhorst
Breeding station: Deckstation Böckmann, Lastrup
Ph.: ++49 44 72/68 85 60
70-day-test Schlieckau: 127,00/3/48
Pl. dr.: 143,64/1; Pl. jump.: 93,84/29
Dam line of Juka, 1900, Middelkampf, Brake (Bersenbrück): LB
Dürkheim by Duft II, LB Wanderer by Wagner, LB D-Online by De Niro (LG
Dillenburg), PB Cosinhus by Cornet Obolensky, Dablino by De Niro internat. successful dressage horse
Benaggio, brown, born 2008
Breitling W
Benvenuto
Weserfee
Dimaggio
Donatella
Primadonna
Bismarck
Maja
Weltmeyer
St.Pr.St. Lyra
Don Primero
Winnipeg
B. a. r.: Hans-Heinrich Oltmann, Borstel
Breeding station: Gestüt Sprehe, Löningen
Ph.: ++49 54 32/80 38 80
100 mares
Dam line of Neavata, 1921, Schodde, Lembruch (Diepholz): LB
Perfekt I and II by Perser xx, PB Walzertakt by Watzmann, PB Don Papas
by Drosselklang II, PB Mulitstar by Metternich, Pezi by Lord Pezi internat.
successful show jumper
Prince Thatch xx
Wally
A Cador, Old., bay, born 2005
Cambridge
Catoki
Bilda
Landor S
Lady Heida II
Formosa
Caletto
Hilgunde
Silvester
Vordula
Landadel
Fureida 2
B. a. r.: Gerd Sosath, Lemwerder
Breeding station: Gerd Sosath, Lemwerder
Ph.: ++49 42 1/67 58 63
30-day-test Neustadt/Dosse: 8,43
Participant Bundeschampionat Jumping
2. dam Formosa: licensed stallion Sintender by Sion; dam line: PB Landor S by Landadel Bundeschampion, PB Lagoheidor by Landadel
Contender
Fureida
Captain Morgan, bay, born 2007
Capitol
Cassini II
Wisma
Calido
St.Pr.St.
Calinichta S
Dolle Deern
Capitano
Folia
Caletto II
Prisma
Cantus
Baroness
B. a. r.: Dr. Christian Schroeer, Siedenburg
Breeding station: Gestüt W. M., Reeßum
Tel.: 0177/85 10 61 6
30-day-test Redefin: 7,94
100 mares
Dam St.Pr.St. Calinichta S A, 2. dam Dolle Deern A; dam line of
Sabalenda, 1919, Otte, Kl. Burgwedel (Burgdorf)
Diskus
Wanderin
Cent, brown, born 2008
Calido
Carenzo
Fraganzia H
Silvio
St.Pr.St.
Sarafina
Witoscha
Cantus
Baroness
Freedom
Grandessa
Sandro
Gelbkatze
Watzmann
B.: Rudolf Drünert, Ahrensbök
R.: Klaus Bünger, Oetzen
Breeding station: Jens Löhden, Heeslingen
Ph.: ++49 42 87/20 1
100 mares
Dam St.Pr.St. Sarafina A; 2. dam Witoscha A; dam line of
Eckernförde, 1916, Clasen, Wahnebergen (Verden): LB Argentan I
und II by Absatz, LB Western Star by Wenzel, PB Lancet by Wenzel internat.
successful dressage horse, LB Frenchman by Falkland, DLG-Championmare
Worms by Wohlan, DLG-Championmare Goldlady by Golfstrom
Angelina
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Stallions
Cheval de Coeur, grey, born 2006
B. a. r.: Rene Tebbel, Emsbüren
Breeding station: Landgestüt Sachsen-Anhalt,
Besamungsstelle Prussendorf, Zörbig
Ph.: ++49 34 95 6/61 26 5
70-day-test Prussendorf: 113,53
Pl. dr.: 112,39; Pl. jump.: 112,57
Dam Lambada: licensed stallion Quidamo by Quidam‘s Rubin; 2. dam
St.Pr.St. Scarlett A; dam line of Sibara, 1915, Burlage, Talge (Bersenbrück): PB Goethe by Grosso Z GPS siegr., LB Winkel by Flügeladjutant
Champion stallion 1955
Calido
Coupe de
Coeur
Adele
Lafontaine
Lambada
St.Pr.St. Scarlett
Cantus
Baroness
Lincoln
Kollin
Landgraf
Abagene
Sao Paulo
Grand Noblesse
Cielo, black, born 2008
B.: Erdmann Ohlrogge, Büchen
R.: Klaus Bünger, Oetzen
Breeding station: Gestüt Tannenhof, Heidenrod
Ph.: ++49 61 24/43 21
100 mares
Dam St.Pr.St. Sissi A; dam line of Formica, 1889, Witte, Radegast
(Bleckede): LB Bumerang by Ballyboy xx, LB Wittinger by Weltmeyer Bundeschampion, Traumtänzer by Traunstein internat. successful show jumper
Cantus
Calido
Baroness
Singular Joter
St.Pr.St.
Sissi
Toska
Caletto
Monoline
Coriander
Kollet
Silvestre
Ravella
Traunstein
Serona
A Cornet‘s Balou, OS., bay, born 2006
B. a. r.: Gestüt Lewitz, Steinfeld
Breeding station: Paul Schockemöhle, Mühlen
Ph.: ++49 54 92/96 01 00
SPT Adelheidsdorf: 132,60/2/17
Pl. dr.: 110,94/5; Pl. jump.: 136,94/1
Clinton
Cornet
Obolensky
Dam Georgia: PB Balou du Rouet by Baloubet du Rouet; 2. dam Georgette II: licensed stallion Sandrissimo N by Sandro
Rabanna by
Clostersveld
Continue
Georgia
Georgette II
Corrado
Urte
Heartbreaker
Holivea by
Clostersveld
Contender
Felici
Domino
Georgette
Crazy true colour, chestnut, born 1996 A
B. a. r.: Franz Bormann sen., Harsum-Hüddesum
Breeding station: Zuchtgemeinschaft Bormann, Harsum
Ph.: ++49 51 27/43 37
Successful show jumper on S-level
Dam Lopita A; 2. dam St.Pr.St. Pita A: LB Crazy Classic by Calypso
II, PB Crazy Cocktail by Calypso II; dam line of Schwalbe II, 1924,
Stadtlander, Riede (Hoya): LB Avagon by Acorado II, PB Gymnastik Star
by Glückspilz
Cantus
Calido
Baroness
Loredo
Lopita
St.Pr.St. Pita
Caletto
Monoline
Coriander
Kollet
Lord
Retina
Picard
St.Pr.St. Wapita
Crescendo Boy, brown, born 2006
B.: Hans-Günter Berner, Bienenbüttel
R.: Willi Brunckhorst, Hollenstedt
Breeding station: Maarten Brondeel, Aalter-Lotenhull/
Belgium, Tel.: ++32/47 93 85 54 9
70-day-test Adelheidsdorf: 119,28/5/31
Pl. dr.: 111,91/8; Pl. jump.: 114,07/9
Dam St.Pr.St. Sally A: PB Cellagonero by Contendro; 2. dam
Piroschka A: PB Salisbury by Salinero; dam line of Hortense, 1878,
Claussen, Wahnebergen (Verden): PB Admiral I and II by Absatz, LB
Grand Cru by Grand Garcon, PB Red Rossini by Rubinstein, Walk on Top
(VA) by Wenzel internat. successful dressage horse
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Contender
Contendro
Bravo
Salieri
St.Pr.St. Sally
Piroschka
Calypso II
Gofine
Reichsgraf
Ofarim
Salvano
Samtbeere
Pik Bube
Stallions
Dantander Hit, bay, born 2007
De Niro
Dancier
St.Pr.St. Lacarna TS
Sandro Hit
St.Pr.St.
Santana
St.Pr.St. Bellvue
Donnerhall
Alicante
Lancier
St.Pr.St. Espina
Sandro Song
Loretta
Brentano II
B.: Rolf Deecke, Lachendorf
R.: Herbert Kruse, Hamburg
Breeding station: Herbert Kruse, Hamburg
Ph.: ++49 40/64 26 47 3
SPT Adelheidsdorf: 95,16/9/17
Pl. dr.: 111,20/4; Pl. jump.: 80,29/13
2. dam St.Pr.St. Bellvue: PB Samarant by Sandro Hit, licensed stallion
Worcester by Weltmeyer
Wise Girl xx
Decurio, black, born 2008
De Niro
Desperados
St.Pr.St. Wie Musik
Rotspon
St.Pr.St.
Regentin
St.Pr.St. Bijou
Donnerhall
Alicante
Wolkenstein II
St.Pr.St.
Maskottchen
Rubinstein
St.Pr.St. Antalia
Borneo
B.: Johann-Bernhard Tuitjer, Krummhörn
R.: Dr. K. Klieber u. K.-H. Ehlen, Bremervörde
Breeding station: Landgestüt Sachsen-Anhalt, Besamungsstelle Prussendorf, Zörbig
Ph.: ++49 34 95 6/61 26 5
100 mares
Dam line of Badda, 1900, Pommau (Bleckede): PB Westminster by
Weltmeister, LB Santini by Sandro, LB Götterfunke by Galvano (LG Dillenburg)
Gina
Del Magico, grey, born 2008
Don Primero
Dimaggio
Winnipeg
Feinbrand
Fevetia II
Avetia
Donnerhall
Fantasia
World Cup
Lisa
B.: Stefan Hermann, Northeim
R.: Limbecker GmbH & Co. KG, Bernried
Breeding station: Gestüt Tannenhof, Heidenrod
Ph.: ++49 61 24/43 21
100 mares
Feiner Stern
Lagune
Akzent II
Dam line of Kanonenfutter, 1917, Lehing, Wagenfeld (Diepholz):
LB Graf Douglas by Grande, LB Go on Top by Graf Top, PB Romancero by
Rohdiamant, Bacchus von Worrenberg (VA) by Belissimo M Bundeschampion 2008
Hevetia
Demetrius, liver chestnut, born 2008
Donnerhall
Don Schufro
Fiesta
Londonderry
St.Pr.St.
Lorena
St.Pr.St. Dolce Vita
Donnerwetter
Ninette
Pik Bube
Fabia
B. a. r.: Ferdinand Mayer, Arzfeld
Breeding station: Landgestüt Marbach,
Besamungsstation Offenhausen, Gomadingen,
Ph.: ++49 73 85/13 14
100 mares
Lauries Crusador xx
Windsor Queen
Dam line of Elfenkette, Krüger, Bröckel (Celle): Efendi by Eiger internat. successful show jumper
De Niro
St.Pr.St. Weltlady
Demirel, brown, born 2005
Don Primero
Dimaggio
Winnipeg
Hill Hawk xx
Hella
Pepieta
Donnerhall
Fantasia
World Cup
Lisa
Sea Hawk II xx
Sally of the Hills xx
Pik Bube II
Elfenblume
B. a. r.: Hermann Hölscher, Gehrde
Breeding station: Ferienhof Stücker, Weeze, Ph.: ++49
28 37/23 24
30-day-test Neustadt/Dosse: 8,08
Dressurbetont: 8,48; Springbetont: 7,29
Participant Bundeschampionat Dressage
Dam Hella: PB Don Hill by Don Gregory; dam line of Elfenblume,
1934, Raming, Sitter (Bersenbrück): Fürst Fugger by Fürst Heinrich
Bundeschampion 2010, Grannusch by Grannus internat. successful show
jumper
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Jumping Index
Placing
19
Placing
Placing
103,59
Dressage Index
Total
Walk1)
Canter1)
Trot1)
Jumping ability1)
Rideability
Ability to perform
Willingness to
perform
Temperament
Character
Stallion performance test results (stallions owned by the State Stud Celle)
  97,28
17
111,57
11
Results of the stallion performance test in Adelheidsdorf (300 days) 15.11.2008-15.10.2009
Average score/48 participants
Bonne Chance
7,95
7,32
7,54
7,78
6,57
6,74
6,5
7,07
6,83
8
7
8
8
6,67
7,61
5,5
6,25
6,34
Results of the stallion performance test in Adelheidsdorf (300 days) 01.11.2009-14.10.2010
Average score/30 participants
8,08
7,54
7,69
7,81
6,94
7,18
6,67
7,00
6,89
Cassador
8,00
8,00
8,00
8,00
6,24
8,13
6,34
7,00
6,17
100,89
H
  91,58
H
119,13
H
Coconut Cream
8,00
7,00
8,00
8,00
6,00
8,78
6,17
6,25
5,84
100,21
13
  83,89
18
127,82
 3
Don Darius
8,00
8,00
8,00
8,00
9,00
7,11
8,84
8,92
9,00
132,59
2
139,73
 2
100,69
12
Don Index
8,00
8,00
8,00
8,00
9,75
6,56
8,84
8,42
8,17
135,46
1
144,76
 1
  96,01
15
Drombusch
8,00
8,00
7,00
8,00
8,25
7,06
8,16
8,00
7,00
117,89
7
120,79
 4
101,13
11
Duke Ellington
8,00
8,00
8,00
8,00
7,75
6,39
7,00
7,34
7,17
105,13
10
112,77
 6
  87,3
18
Figari
8,00
7,00
8,00
8,00
7,00
7,56
6,34
7,00
6,00
100,54
12
97,91
12
105,77
 9
Grey Top
8,00
8,00
7,00
8,00
8,00
8,83
7,00
7,25
6,84
125,48
3
113,4
 5
128,98
 2
Inliner
9,00
8,00
8,00
8,00
7,25
8,50
7,17
7,84
7,17
121,36
5
110,95
 9
127,37
 4
100,94
15
100,24
15
103,9
14
105,12
H
  98,38
H
111,27
H
Results of the stallion performance test in Neustadt/Dosse (70 days) 17.7.2009-24.09.2009
Average score/29 participants
8,93
8,63
8,59
8,71
7,75
8,07
7,45
7,88
7,93
Lemwerder
9,00
8,5
8,50
8,00
7,75
8,14
7,50
7,88
8,38
Results of the stallion performance test in Adelheidsdorf (70 days) 06.09.2010-17.11.2010
Average score/17 participants
8,00
7,88
8,12
8,00
7,22
7,17
7,04
7,46
7,15
Chambers
8,00
8,00
8,00
8,00
7,00
7,88
6,75
8,00
7,25
Placings
Jumping Index
Placing
Dressage Index
Placing
Total
Walk1)
Canter1)
Trot1)
Jumping ability1)
Rideability1)
Ability to perform
Willingness to
perform
Temperament
Character
Stallion performance test results (privately owned stallion)
Results of the stallion performance test in Adelheidsdorf (300 days) 28.08.2004-13.10.2005
Average score/48 participants
7,98
7,46
7,72
7,83
6,74
7,05
6,53
7,14
6,88
Satisfaction II
8,00
7,00
7,00
8,00
6,34
8,22
6,17
7,84
7,50
107,27
14
95,72
22
118,4
 8
122,71
 6
108,27
15
131,09
 2
88,34
20
86,31
23
93,26
18
101,63
14
108,01
11
92,08
19
130,19
 1
136,28
 1
110,48
 8
Results of the stallion performance test in Neustadt/Dosse (70 days) 02.07.2001-13.09.2001
Average score/39 participants
8,60
8,40
8,29
8,40
7,25
7,46
7,07
7,38
7,20
Acorado II
9,00
9,00
9,00
8,00
7,50
8,97
6,84
8,25
6,34
Results of the stallion performance test in Münster-Handorf (70 days) 09.06.2004-20.08.2004
Average score/28 participants
8,63
8,3
8,33
8,17
7,65
7,79
7,3
7,86
7,56
Acomet
9,00
8,00
8,00
7,50
7,13
7,75
7,00
7,13
7,94
Results of the stallion performance test in Neustadt/Dosse (70 days) 16.07.2008-25.09.2008
Average score/28 participants
8,95
8,59
8,73
8,75
8,01
7,88
7,8
8,14
8,00
Detroit
9,00
9,00
9,00
9,50
8,00
7,42
8,25
8,50
7,88
Results of the stallion performance test in Schlieckau (70 days) 29.05.2009-06.08.2009
Average score/30 participants
8,35
7,52
7,87
8,55
7,61
8,07
7,25
7,82
7,38
Duke of Oldenburg
8,50
9,00
9,00
9,00
9,13
8,35
8,50
8,13
8,00
1) Average scores of the respective parts of the test – H = calculated
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Stallions
Detroit, Old., black, born 2005
Don Primero
Dimaggio
Winnipeg
Lord Liberty G
Rhapsodie
Rhythmik
Donnerhall
Fantasia
World Cup
Lisa
Lord Liberty
Freya
Goldloewe
B.: Clemens-August Graf by Merveldt, Vechta
R.: Gestüt Schafhof, Kronberg
Breeding station: Gerd Sosath, Lemwerder
Ph.: ++49 42 1/67 58 63
70-day-test Neustadt/Dosse: 101,63/14/28
Pl. dr.: 108,01/11; Pl. jump.: 92,08/19
Dam line: licensed stallion Austrianer by Aktuell, licensed stallion Telstar
by Tiro
Rigesca
Diamontes, brown, born 2008
Don Schufro
Diamond Hit
Loretta
Rotspon
St.Pr.St.
Ronya
Baroness
Donnerhall
Fiesta
Ramino
Lassie
Rubinstein
St.Pr.St. Antalia
Bolero
B.: Hans-Ludwig Dittmer, Rhadereistedt
R.: Pferd24 GmbH, Selsingen
Breeding station: Landgestüt Sachsen-Anhalt, Besamungsstelle Prussendorf, Zörbig
Ph.: ++49 34 95 6/61 26 5
100 mares
Dam line of Fliese, 1928, Röpke, Thedinghausen: LB Diadem by Diskus, Cappuccino by Contendro internat. successful show jumper
Suomi
Download, black, born 2008
De Niro
Desperados
St.Pr.St. Wie Musik
Wesley
Wanessa
Lady Astor
Donnerhall
Alicante
Wolkenstein II
Maskottchen
Weltmeyer
St.Pr.St. Adria
Ludendorff
B.: Friedrich Helling, Bohmte
R.: Rene Tebbel, Emsbüren
Breeding station: Gestüt Tannenhof, Heidenrod
Ph.: ++49 61 24/43 21
100 mares
Dam line of Loranda, 1897, Puvogel, Grinden, Achim: LB Weltmeyer by World Cup, LB Wanderbursch I u. II by Wanderer, PB Don Laurie I u. II
by Don Schufro, PB Walkingshow by Wenzel, Skiatos by Salonike internat.
successful show jumper
St.Pr.St. Diana
Duke of Oldenburg, Old., black, born 2004
Donnerhall
De Niro
Alicante
Canaster
Weidenkätzchen
Wegas Tochter
Donnerwetter
Ninette
Akzent II
Wiesenelfe
Caprimond
Wega Weissena
Caprimond
Wega
B.: Hergen Schweers, Butjadingen
R.: Dr. Kurt Roth-Gschwender, Wien/Austria
Breeding station: Klosterhof Medingen, Bad Bevensen
Ph.: ++49 58 21/98 68 19
70-day-test Schlieckau: 130,19/1/30
Pl. dr.: 136,28/1; Pl. jump.: 110,48/8
2. dam Wegas Tochter: licensed stallion Kaisertanz by Katamaran xx;
Dam line: PB Canaster I and II by Caprimond, licensed stallion Inselfürst
by Inschallah AA, licensed stallion Vivaldi by Vollkorn xx, licensed stallion
Falstaff by Furioso II, licensed stallion Friesenfürst by Falkner
Esteban xx, bay, born 1994
Targowice xx
Prince Mab xx
Princess Mab xx
Tumble Wind xx
Giddy
Squalls xx
Princess Modest xx
Round Table xx
Matriarch xx
Turn-to xx
Mc Coy xx
B.: Bregnerödgard Stud, Denmark
Breeding station: Besamungsstation Roxförde, Roxförde
Ph.: ++49 39 05 6/35 9
Handicap: 81 Kilogramm
Restless Wind xx
Easy Stages xx
Sir Gaylord II xx
Palouranna xx
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Stallions
Falcon, brown, born 2008
B. a. r.: Uwe Ropers, Drochtersen
Breeding station: Fedor Ermolenko, R-S. Kolodinka
Tel.: 00 79/ 84 69 93 63 80
100 mares
2. dam Wanett: Rewano (VA) by Regazzoni internat. successful dressage horse; dam line of Nortene, 1910, Mahler, Niederstrich
(Neuhaus): LB Laurentianer by Lauries Crusador xx (Warendorf) internat. successful dressage horse, Sundance Kid FRH by Smaragd internat.
successful eventer
Forsyth
For Edition
Leggiera
Raphael
Rubinie
Wanett
For Pleasure
Dogenta
Leggiero
Odessa
Ramiro
Annekatrin
Wendekreis
St.Pr.St. Eissprosse
First Flush, bay, born 2008
B.: Helmut Feindt, Ringstedt
R.: Heinrich Gießelmann, Barver
Breeding station: Gestüt Hohenschmarck, Grebin
Ph.: ++49 43 83/51 85 44
100 mares
Dam line of Jamato, 1889, Meyer, Kehdingbruch (Neuhaus): PB
Almansor by Akrobat
Florestan
First Dance
St.Pr.St. Dorina
Sunlight xx
St.Pr.St.
Santana
Amica
Fidelio
Raute
Donnerhall
St.Pr.St. Andi
Tarim xx
Sunflower xx
A Jungle Prince
Winga
Fürst Donnerhall, black, born 2003
B. a. r.: Rudolf Quast, Jork
Breeding station: Dressurpferde-Leistungszentrum,
Lodbergen
Ph.: ++49 54 32/21 82
70-day-test Prussendorf: 119,65/4/24
Pl. dr.: 127,37/3; Pl. jump.: 104,86/13
2. dam St.Pr.St. Lambada: licensed stallion Foucet by Florestan; dam
line of Jagame, 1890, Hellwege, Burweg (Stade): LB Lion by Der
Löwe xx
Fidelio
Florestan
Raute
Donnerhall
St.Pr.St.
Donna Bella
St.Pr.St. Lambada
Furioso II
Laura
Rheingold
Gode
Donnerwetter
Ninette
Lauries Crusador xx
St.Pr.St. Argrandess
Fürst Wettin, brown, born 2006
B.: Jörn Merzdorf, Ettenbüttel
R.: Detlef Ruddat, Kirchlinteln
Breeding station: Landgestüt Sachsen-Anhalt,
Besamungsstelle Prussendorf, Ph.: ++49 34 95 6/61
26 5
70-day-test Prussendorf: 126,62/
Pl. dr.: 134,25; Pl. jump.: 110,57
2. dam Chantal: licensed stallion Graf Granno by Graf Grannus; dam
line of Cassiopaia, 1957, Bruns, Westercelle (Celle)
Florestan
Fürst Heinrich
Dawina
Friedensfürst
Fayen
Chantal
Fidelio
Raute
Donnerhall
Wibke
Rondo
Frieda III
Calypso II
Gloria
Galayo la Silla, Old., black, born 1992 A
B.: Friz Linse, Duingen
Breeding station: Gestüt Grenzland, Eimeldingen
Ph.: ++49 17 3/40 05 50 0
Successful show jumper on S-level
Dam line of Schluppera, 1908, Bösch, Niederstrich (Neuhaus):
LB Flügeladjutant by Flügelmann, LB Argwohn by Argus, LB Fishermans
Friend by Fabriano, PB Sarkozy by Sandro Hit, Lewinski by Lancer III internat. successful show jumper, Falada M by Forrest xx internat. successful
dressage horse
Graphit
Grannus
St.Pr.St. Odessa
Genever
Gilly
Löwendame
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Grande
St.Pr.St. Frutana
Ozean
St.Pr.St. Gitta
Gotthard
Freia xx
Löwen As
St.Pr.St. Delikate
Stallions
A Last Man‘s Hope, OS., bay, born 2007
Lovari
Last Man
Standing
Alandia
Conteros
Caletta
Dorina IV
Lasino
Donata II
Landgraf
Lida
Contender
Rawiena
B. a. r.: Gebrüder Müller GbR, Garlitz
Breeding station: Paul Schockemöhle, Mühlen
Ph.: ++49 54 92/96 01 00
70-day-test Schlieckau: 120,45/9/48
Pl. dr.: 110,22/15; Pl. jump.: 126,03/4
2. dam Dorina IV: Sultan by Calido internat. successful show jumper;
Holsteiner dam line 5359: PB Landlord Z by Landgraf
Caletto
Zarin XIV
Licosto, Westf., liver chestnut born 2005
Likoto xx
Licotus
Dollargirl
Rosenkavalier
Roxanne
Alexa
Fit to Fight xx
Like a Leaper xx
Donnerhall
Baroness
Romadour II
Diva
B. a. r.: Alfons Baumann, Rees
Breeding station: Hengststation Jens Meyer, Dorum
Ph.: ++49 47 42/92 21 43
Participant Bundeschampionat Riding and Dressage
Horses and World Championships of Dressage Horses
Dam Roxane: licensed stallion Florentianer by Florestan; 2. dam Alexa:
licensed stallion Rosenquarz by Rosenkavalier
Apart
Farah
Londontower, chestnut, born 2008
Londonderry
Londontime
St.Pr.St. Wieneria
De Niro
Donna Bionda
Limelight
Lauries Crusador xx
Windsor Queen
Walt Disney
Toroschino
Donnerhall
Alicante
Lanthan
B. a. r.: Franz Sassen, Hoyerhagen
Breeding station: Gestüt Kempkehof, Plaaz
Ph.: ++49 38 45 5/20 02 3
100 mares
Dam line of Juggema, 1890, Oltmann, Dornbusch (Kehdingen):
LB Mister A by Matcho AA, PB Don Marcello by Donnerhall, LB Limonit
by Lancier, PB Desperados by De Niro internat. successful dressage horse,
PB Don Nobless by Dancier, Akrobat by Acord II internat. successful show
jumper
St.Pr.St. Lysanda
A Lord Quidam, Old., bay, born 2006
Landos
Lordanos
W-Ashley
Quidam de Revel
Lantina
Lantana
Lord
Uta V
Ahorn Z
Sofia
Jalisco B
Dirka
B. a. r.: Alfons Brüggehagen, Molbergen
Breeding station: Gerd Sosath, Lemwerder
Ph.: ++49 42 1/67 58 63
70-day-test Neustadt: 120,15/4/22
Pl. dr.: 106,57/9; Pl. jump.: 134,17/1
Dam line of Streife, 1952, Papenburg, Oelerse (Burgdorf): LB Frappant by Werther, Flower by For Pleasure internat. successful show jumper,
Livijno by Lysander internat. successful dressage horse
Lancer II
Gerti
Manaloj xx, chestnut, born 1993
Mr. Prospector xx
Gone West xx
Secrettame xx
Devil‘s Bag xx
Deviltante xx
Born A Lady xx
Raise A Native xx
Gold Digger xx
Secretariat xx
Tamaret xx
B. a. r.: USA
Breeding station: Callaho Warmblood Sport Horses,
South Africa
Tel.: 0027/53 44 14 00 4
Handicap: 83 kilogram
Halo xx
Ballade xx
Tentam xx
Natalma xx
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Stallions
Nerrado, Holst., bay, born 2007
A Nerado, Holst., bay, born 2007
B. a. r.: Uwe Krohn, Kaiser-Wilh.
Breeding station: Hengststation Ahlmann, Reher
Ph.: ++49 48 76/90 02 78
SPT Schlieckau: 124,89/4/25
Pl. dr.: 111,55/6; Pl. jump.: 125,32/3
Holsteiner dam line 104a: PB Capitano by Corporal, PB Caretano by
Caretino, PB Corland by Cor de la Bryère, PB Contendro by Contender,
PB Leuthen I und II by Landgraf, internat. successful show jumpers Retina
by Ramzes AA, Athlet by Athlet Z, Athletico by Athlet Z and Corlanda by
Cor de la Bryère
Nimmerdor
Nekton
Legende IX
Acorado
Okarena
Luciana
Fran
Ramonaa
Coriano
Viola XI
Acord II
Doreen XIII
Landgraf
Ibylle
Payback, Old., brown, born 2004 A
B. a. r.: Alfons Brüggehagen, Molbergen
Breeding station: Gestüt Famos, Syke-Wachendorf
Ph.: ++49 42 40/93 20 50
SPT Neustadt: 116,96/5/29
Pl. dr.: 104,53/11; Pl. jump.: 116,84/7
Polydor
Pocalino
Fleur
Dam Charita A; dam line of Ozeantochter, 1943, Oellrich, Schüttdamm (Hadeln)
Calypso II
Charita
St.Pr.St. Werra
Pilatus
Fata Morgana
Festivo
Dajana
Cor de la Bryère
Tabelle
Werther
Grille
Plot Blue, KWPN, bay, born 1997 A
B. a. r.: The Netherlands
Breeding station: Dr. H. J. Genn, Mühlen
Ph.: ++49 54 92/13 94
International successful show jumper
Couperus
Mr. Blue
Acarla
Pilot
Ilotte
Santa Fee
Naturel
Warina
Imperial
Picarla
Pilatus
Gratia
San Fernando
Wildbeere xx
Qualität, bay, born 2007
B. a. r.: Fritz Koller, Stadthagen
Breeding station: Friedrich-Wilhelm Koller, Stadthagen
Ph.: ++49 57 21/25 64, 0 17 2/51 50 50 5
30-day-test Schlieckau: 7,93
Dam Gran Geste A: internat. successful show jumpers Rückenwind
by Stakkato und Quinta by Quidam de Revel; 2. dam Pauline: Quintero by Quidam de Revel internat. successful show jumper; dam line of
Hofmeisterin, 1889, Claussen, Wahnebergen (Verden): PB Arino
Hit by April-Scherz, PB Class de Luxe by Contendro, internat. successful
show jumpers Wim, Well Done and Wingst by Wendekreis and Answer
and Advent by Adlerfarn
Jalisco B
Quidam
de Revel
Dirka
Grannus
Gran Geste
Pauline
Alme
Tanagra
Nankin
Ondine de Baugy
Graphit
St.Pr.St. Odessa
Pilot
Waikiki
Quasar de Charry, chestnut, born 2008
B.: Erika Lütjen, Grasberg
R.: Dr. Hannjörg Hereth, Montcuq/France
Breeding station: Ingo Pape, Hemmoor-Basbeck
Ph.: ++49 47 71/23 84
100 mares
2. dam St.Pr.St. Salome: licensed stallion San Saluto by Sao Paulo;
dam line of Pille, 1988, Wulfers, Ritzenberg (Verden): LB Lasso by
Lateran, LB Dilettant by Diplomat (Warendorf), internat. successful show
jumpers Grandina by Grande l‘Amour
Quaterman
Quaterback
Passionata
Wolkentanz
St.Pr.St.
Winona
St.Pr.St. Salome
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Quando-Quando
Räuberbraut
Brandenburger
Poesie
Weltmeyer
St.Pr.St. Lovely
Salut
St.Pr.St. Dualla
Stallions
Rassolini, Hess., liver chestnut, born 2003
Rubinstein
Rubioso N
St.Pr.St. Feenklang
Silvano
St.Pr.St.
Sweetheart
Riquetta
Rosenkavalier
Antine
Almeo
St.Pr.St. Fee
B.: Horst Hoffmann, Bad Nauheim
R.: Melanie Döring, Bad Emstal
Breeding station: Gestüt W.M., Reeßum
Tel.: 01 77/8 51 06 16
Winner of „Nürnberger Burgpokal“
Silvester
St.Pr.St. Tropica
Ramadour II
St.Pr.St. Leika
Royal Bolero V, liver chestnut, born 2008
Rotspon
Royal Blend
Lena
Bolero
St.Pr.St.
Bo-Laika
St.Pr.St. Laika
Rubinstein
St.Pr.St. Antalia
Lauries Crusador xx
Greta
Black Sky xx
Baroness
Leibwächter
B. a. r.: Heinrich Gronewold, Großefehn
Breeding station: Gestüt Letter Berg, Coesfeld-Lette
Ph.: ++49 25 46/17 15
100 mares
Dam line of Felicitas, 1916, Jellmann, Wedel (Bersenbrück): PB Pik
Senior by Pik Bube, LB Galvano by Grande, PB World Magic by Warkant,
LB High Spirits by Hohenstein (Dillenburg), RNS-Champion mare Wenica
by Weltmeyer u. Bona Dea II by Brentano II, internat. successful dressage
horses Flim Flam (VA) by Wilhelm Tell, White Foot (VA) by World Cup II
Larena
Satisfaction II, bay, born 2002
Spartan
Stakkato
Pia
Calypso II
Cecile
Amica
Servus
Gottilde
Pygmalion
Goldfeder
Cor de la Bryère
Tabelle
Abajo xx
Wanja
B.: Rainer Schulz, Burgdorf, R.: Hunnesrück
Breeding station: Gerd Sosath, Lemwerder,
Ph.: ++49 42 1/67 58 63
SPT Adelheidsdorf: 107,27/14/48
Pl. dr.: 95,72/22; Pl. jump.: 118,40/8
Dam Cecile Hannoveraner Mare of the Year 2010 A: LB Satisfaction I by Stakkato internat. successful show jumper, licensed stallion
Spimex by Stakkato, internat. successful show jumpers Sunny Girl La
Magnifica, Sambuco, Sundari, Argelith Sambuca by Stakkato, Emely by
Escudo; dam line of Schutzsiegel, 1939, Borcherding, Balkum
(Bersenbrück)
Signum xx, brown, born 2003
Big Shuffle xx
Kalatos xx
Kardia xx
Law Society xx
Southern
Bird xx
Southern Gem xx
Super Concorde xx
Raise Your Skirts xx
Mister Rock‘s xx
Kandia xx
B.: Knut Kaufmann
Breeding station: Klaus Below, Hambergen
Ph.: ++49 47 93/22 55
Handicap: 90,5 kilogram
Alleged xx
Bold Bikini xx
Homing xx
Souvereign Rose xx
Sorento, Old., brown, born 2002
Sandro Song
Sandro Hit
Loretta
Donnerhall
Dein Liebling
Premiere
Sandro
Antenne II
Ramino
Lassie
Donnerwetter
Ninette
Pik Bube
B.: Christoph Ferneding, Neuenkirchen
R.: Jan Wagemans, Einighausen/Niederlande
Breeding station: Krüsterhof GmbH, Voerde
Ph.: ++49 17 0/44 50 57 6
International successful dressage horse
Dam line of Floda, 1880, Stehr, Francop (Jork): LB Lotse by Lugano
(Dillenburg), LB Luetzow by Lugano, PB Aktuell by Absatz, LB Pommery
by Pik Bube, PB Christ by Competent, internat. successful show jumpers
Lucie by Landadel u. Top Gun by Grannus, internat. successful dressage
horses Liebenberg by Leibwächter and Bolschoi by Bolero
Jagdlady
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Stallions
St. Moritz II, brown, born 2008
B. a. r.: Frank und Nicole Pistner, Bad Homburg
Breeding station: Gestüt Famos, Syke-Wachendorf
Ph.: ++49 42 40/93 20 50
100 mares
Sandro Song
Sandro Hit
Loretta
Dam Dondola: PB St. Moritz by Sandro Hit, PB Bergerac by Belissimo
M; dam line: Dondolo by Don Carlo internat. successful dressage horse
De Niro
Dondola
Bel Amie
Sandro
Antenne II
Ramino
Lassie
Donnerhall
Alicante
Larinero
Bandera
Stakkanto, bay, born 2008
B. a. r.: Hermann Dähling, Dellien
Breeding station: Gestüt Famos, Syke-Wachendorf
Ph.: ++49 42 40/93 20 50
100 mares
Dam line of Schwabenjungfrau, 1906, Meyer, Gahlsdorf (Verden): LB Schlingel by Shagya XVII, LB Smaragd by Sudan xx, LB Gordon
by Grande, LB Lanthan by Lombard, PB Wousselt by Wenzel, PB Wellenbrecher by Wenzel, Champion stallion LB Don Frederico by Donnerhall
Spartan
Stakkato
Pia
Gardeulan
Grandiose
Johanna
Servus
Gottilde
Pygmalion
Goldfeder
Gotthard
Waldrun
Jupiter
Fabel
Surprice, Old., black, born 2007
B.: Harm Oncken, Sande
R.: Gestüt Lewitz, Steinfeld
Breeding station: Paul Schockemöhle, Mühlen
Ph.: ++49 54 92/96 01 00
SPT Schlieckau: 120,67
Pl. dr.: 123,25; Pl. jump.: 115,58
2. dam St.Pr.St. Waldfee A: Exito by Escudo internat. successful show
jumper; dam line of Feiereiche, 1934, Burkuhl, Amemolter (Nienburg): Woodstock W by Westminster internat. successful dressage horse
Sandro Hit
Sir Donnerhall
Contenance D
Prince Thatch xx
Pusteblume
St.Pr.St. Waldfee
Sandro Song
Loretta
Donnerhall
Contenance II
Thatch xx
Petroleuse xx
Watzmann
Wolgawerk
Totilas, KWPN, Rapppe, born 2000
B. a. r.: Anna Schuil-Visser,
NA Broeksterwoude/The Netherlands
Breeding station: Paul Schockemöhle, Mühlen
Ph.: ++49 54 92/96 01 00
International successful dressage horse
Mare line: licensed stallion Jodokus by Ramiro, licensed stallion Topas by
Marco Polo, PB Marius by Marco Polo internat. successful show jumper,
PB Palermo by Pol internat. successful show jumper
Kostolany
Gribaldi
Gondola II
Glendale
Lominka
Elsa
Enrico Caruso
Kapstadt
Ibiskus
Gloria VI
Nimmerdor
Silja
Akteur
Wominka
Whahid, chestnut, born 2003
B.: Hartwig Bulle, Cuxhaven
R.: Heinz Katt, Stade
Breeding station: Claudia Peeraer, Vorselaar/Belgium,
Tel.: ++32/47 62 00 51 1
SPT Adelheidsdorf: 102,13/16/33
Pl. dr.: 105,39/13; Pl. jump.: 100,73/15
Dam line of Napa, 1912, Jahncke, Naulitz (Lüchow): licensed stallion Light of London by Londonderry, internat. successful dressage horses
Duke and Duchess by Davignon
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Weltmeyer
Worldly
Boleisa
A Jungle Prince
St.Pr.St. A
Jungle Princess
St.Pr.St. Devita
World Cup
St.Pr.St. Anka
Brentano II
St.Pr.St. Leisa
Argentinus
St.Pr.St. Panja
Davignon
Gitana
Stallions
Placing
Jumping Index
Placing
Dressage Index
Placing
Total
Walk1)
Canter1)
Trot1)
Jumping ability1)
Rideability1)
Ability to perform
Willingness to
perform
Temperament
Character
Stalion performance test results (privately owned stallion)
Results of the stallion performance test in Neustadt/Dosse (70 days) 17.07.2009-24.09.2009
Average score/29 participants
8,93
8,63
8,59
8,71
7,75
8,10
7,45
7,88
7,93
Payback
9,00
8,50
8,50
9,00
7,88
8,78
7,50
7,88
8,38
116,96
 5
104,53
11
116,84
 7
119,65
 4
127,37
 3
104,86
13
120,15
 4
106,57
 9
134,17
 1
Results of the stallion performance test in Prussendorf (70 days) 23.07.2009-30.09.2009
Average score/24 participants
8,57
8,17
7,96
7,96
7,57
7,20
6,97
7,35
7,30
Fürst Donnerhall
8,00
9,00
8,00
9,00
9,25
7,47
8,92
8,5
9,17
Results of the stallion performance test in Neustadt/Dosse (70 days) 22.07.2010-29.09.2010
Average score/22 participants
8,86
8,66
8,54
8,68
7,90
7,97
7,49
7,85
7,65
Lord Quidam
9,00
9,00
8,50
9,00
7,88
8,94
7,63
8,00
8,25
Results of the stallion performance test in Prussendorf (70 days) 22.07.2010-29.09.2010
Average score/30 participants
8,57
8,32
8,29
8,32
7,71
7,80
6,87
7,50
7,30
Cheval de Coeur
9,00
9,00
9,00
9,00
8,38
8,22
7,00
7,54
7,09
113,53
H
112,39
H
112,57
H
Fürst Wettin
9,00
9,00
9,00
9,00
9,50
8,08
8,59
8,67
8,00
126,62
H
134,25
H
110,57
H
Results of the stallion performance test in Adelheidsdorf (70 days) 06.09.2010-17.11.2010
Average score/17 participants
8,00
7,88
8,12
8,00
7,22
7,17
7,04
7,46
7,15
Cornet’s Balou
8,00
8,00
9,00
8,00
8,00
9,56
6,00
8,00
6,50
132,6
 2
110,94
 5
136,67
 1
Dantander Hit
8,00
8,00
8,00
8,00
7,50
5,81
7,75
7,50
8,50
95,16
 9
111,2
 4
80,29
13
Results of the stallion performance test in Schlieckau (70 days) 10.09.2010-18.11.2010
Average score/48 participants
8,37
7,64
8,09
8,56
7,86
8,04
7,34
7,79
7,62
Belstaff
8,50
8,00
8,50
9,00
9,25
7,58
8,82
8,32
9,32
127,00
 3
143,64
 1
93,84
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Last Man’s Hope
8,50
8,00
8,00
9,00
9,38
9,22
7,07
8,00
7,19
120,46
 9
110,22
15
126,03
 4
Nerrado
7,50
8,50
8,00
9,00
8,50
8,97
7,75
8,25
5,88
124,89
 4
111,55
 6
125,32
 3
Surprice
9,50
8,50
9,00
9,50
8,13
8,29
8,07
8,38
7,88
120,67
H
123,25
H
115,58
H
Results of 30-days-test in Münster-Handorf 10.05.2005-09.06.2005
Average score/19 participants
8,74
8,26
8,39
8,16
7,82
7,46
7,30
7,84
7,58
Sorento
9,00
9,00
9,00
9,00
8,63
7,56
8,25
8,88
8,19
   8,63
   7,56
8,62
8,84
8,11
8,43
8,09
8,78
8,08
8,48
7,29
7,84
7,35
8,03
Results of 30-days-test in Münster-Handorf 20.10.2008-20.11.2008
Average score/32 participants
8,69
8,39
8,53
8,34
7,94
7,80
7,63
8,05
7,70
Licosto
8,00
9,00
9,00
8,50
9,38
7,75
8,63
8,69
8,44
Results of 30-days-test in Neustadt/Dosse 04.11.2008-01.12.2008
Average score/29 participants
8,90
8,48
8,55
8,64
7,93
7,98
7,36
7,80
7,59
Cador
9,00
8,50
8,50
8,50
8,13
9,06
7,88
8,38
8,00
Results of 30-days-test in Neustadt/Dosse 29.09.2009-28.10.2009
Average score/27 participants
8,85
8,50
8,58
8,65
8,17
7,95
7,46
7,89
7,38
Demirel
9,00
8,50
8,50
9,00
8,88
6,63
8,50
8,38
8,00
Results of 30-days-test in Neustadt/Dosse 30.09.2010-27.10.2010
Average score/24 participants
8,85
8,58
8,56
8,60
8,05
7,60
7,52
7,81
7,72
A Conto Son
9,00
8,50
8,50
8,50
7,88
8,31
6,75
7,25
7,63
Results of the stallion performance test in Adelheidsdorf (70 days) 07.09.2009-18.11.2009
Average score/31 participants
8,00
7,93
7,93
8,10
6,98
7,22
6,69
7,41
7,15
Crescendo Boy
8,00
8,00
8,00
8,00
7,25
8,44
7,00
7,84
7,84
119,28
5
111,91
8
114,07
9
Results of 30-days-test in Schlieckau (30 days) 22.11.2010-21.12.2010
Average score/49 participants
8,42
8,00
8,15
8,59
8,11
8,04
7,43
7,95
7,54
Qualität
7,00
8,00
7,50
8,50
7,38
9,63
5,88
7,50
7,56
7,93
7,02
8,96
1) Average scores of the respective parts of the test – H = calculated
The Hanoverian 02|2011
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Hanoverian
Highlights 2011
HANNOVERANER
VERBAND
Combined
May Auction
Wonneproppen by Weltmeyer and Nicole Isser.
March 2
15th Freejumping Test
Three-year olds, Hanoverian
Jumper Breeding Programme
April 8/9
124th Elite-Auction
Hanoverian Riding Horses and Foals
April 29/30
May-Auction
Hannoverian Riding Horses
July 29/30
Summer-Auction
Hannoverian Riding Horses
August 3 to 7
International Dressage
and Jumper Festival
Herwart von der Decken-Show
World Championships
of young dressage horses
Hannoveraner Verband e. V.
Lindhooper Str. 92
Niedersachsenhalle
Germany · 27283 Verden/Aller
Phone ++ 42 31/67 30
Fax ++ 42 31/67 312
www.hannoveraner.com
A selection of recreational horses and the
sale of Hanoverians via Verden’s auction program
will be combined in one event on April 29/30.
T
he Hanoverian Association has gathered
experience with Verden’s auction program
gaining worldwide recognition for more than
60 years. The system has continuously been
expanded, improved and adjusted to meet
the market demands. The proven sale avenue
has turned into one of the main marketing
tools for our breeders.
A different market segment has been defined
and installed under the motto “Experience
Hanoverians”. The sale of recreational horses
was offered over a period of four sale weeks.
The interest in horses selected, trained and
presented for recreational use is consistently
increasing. The time is right to combine this
growing track with the proven sale system.
Joined Selections
The combination of recreational horses and
riding horses will be carried out for the first
time in accordance with the previous standard
on the may auction. This also means joined
selections, presentations and then the sale on
April 30th. We shall continue to consider the
differences in demands. Participants that have
been tested for relaxedness, strong nerves,
and easy rideability in a special and proven
method will be marked accordingly in the
catalog. There are always some youngsters in
the riding horse collection that satisfy the special demands on a so-called recreational
horse. It is possible that such talents are de-
Riding horses and recreational horses from
the initiative “Experience Hanoverians” will
be offered for sale in a joint event at the
­Hanoverian Riding and Driving School during the
May auction. Photos: Ernst, Schwöbel
tected during the time of preparation before
the auction. The knowledge we acquire during
the training period may differ from the knowledge we acquired at the selection.
The co-operation of Verden’s auction team
with the partner businesses from “Experience
Hanoverians” and their managers has intensified during the last year. Exhibitors can
count on a highly motivated group of experts
who will make every effort to achieve the best
possible sale for each individual horse. Customers will find a selection of horses of high
standard with respect to health, type, rideability and pre-disposition. Verden’s usual
proven system with its exceptional service
that includes first-rate observation skills,
competent advice and individual attention is
guaranteed to every visitor and customer. n
Editorial: THE HANOVERIAN is published by Hannoveraner Verband e. V., Lindhooper Str. 92, D-27283 Verden, Germany,
e-mail: [email protected] Editor: Britta Züngel, translations: Yvonne Zuther, Paul Kershaw, photos: Ernst,
Schwöbel, Frieler, Rau, Stroscher

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