KWPN Licensed Stallion Incognito on the Road to Recovery

Thu, 11/01/2018 - 07:28
The Netherlands
Hans Peter Minderhoud and Incognito at the 2017 Pavo Cup Finals :: Photo © Timo Martis

The 5-year old KWPN licensed stallion Incognito is on the road to recovery after sustaining an injury in the horse walker in July this year. The stallion is now recovering well but will not be competing on the 2018-2019 KWPN Stallion Competition circuit.

Bred by Marianne Hendriksen and owned by Gaston Glock, Incognito is by the late Davino VOD out of a Vivaldi dam.

Incognito was the third best scoring stallion at the 2016 KWPN Autumn Stallion Performance Test with 7.5 for walk and 8.5 for trot and canter. He finished on a total of 83.5 points.

He was first shown as a 4-year old by Marieke van der Putten, but after her departure to RS2 Dressage, Hans Peter Minderhoud took place in the saddle.

Under Minderhoud the bay stallion finished 10th in the 2017 Pavo Cup Final and he was fifth in the 2018 KWPN Stallion Competition in February. The combination also performed at the Dutch selection trials for the 2018 World Young Horse Championships, but did not make it to the final cut.

"After his accident in the walker last summer Incognito needed a surgery," Team Glock stated. "He’s back home and his recovery is going really well but will take time. The stallion competition is too early so we’ll give hIm all the time he needs and hopefully this beautiful and talented stallion will be back in spring 2019."

Photo © Timo Martis

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