The Danish warmblood licensed stallion Feel Good has been sold to Patrik Hannell in Sweden as a future ride for Marina Mattsson.
The 7-year old Feel Good is by Furstenball x Friedensfurst and bred by Lone Boegh Henriksen. As a foal he sold to Lars Stage and Belgian Bruno Vertomme.
The black was approved for Danish breeding in 2015 as a premium stallion. He successfully completed the 35-day stallion performance test. He had only been bred to a limited amount of mares and most recently was not active as a breeding stallion.
Stage trained the youngster himself but has now sold him to Hannell for Mattson to ride. The new Swedish duo already qualified for the 7-year old championship at the Falsterbo International Horse Show in July.
"He is truly a cool horse. I have been riding him for a few months so I'm really happy that we've achieved such good results and qualified him for Falsterbo," said Mattsson.
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