Six dressage bred colts have been accepted for Hanoverian breeding following the 2018 Stallion Sport Testing which concluded in Verden on 3 March 2018.
The Hanoverian society announced the approval of the six colts after the testing, even though not all of them participated in the Verden sport test.
Amongst them are Andreas Helgstrand's Dutch warmblood Jovian (by Apache x Tango x Fruhling), who won the sport test with a top score of 9.01 points. He will be allowed to breed Hanover only after completing the suitability test.
The Hanoverian bred Frascino (by Furst Wilhelm x Don Frederico) is now in fact also approved for Hanover. He was first licensed with the Oldenburg verband.
The other approved stallions are Don Royal (by Don Juan de Hus x Rubin Royal), For Gold (by Franziskus x Zack) and Baron (by Benicio x Sir Donnerhall). The Trakehner stallion High Motion (by Saint Cyr x Summertime) has been accepted for Rhinelander breeding.
Photo © Christina Beuke
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