Dancing World Sold to Elizabeth von Wulffen

Thu, 10/27/2016 - 07:49
Hanoverian Breeding News

The 7-year old licensed Hanoverian stallion Dancing World has been sold to the Munich based dressage rider Elizabeth von Wulffen last June. 

Dancing World is by Dancier x Wolkenstein II x Frappant and was licensed at the Hanoverian Under Saddle Stallion Licensing in April 2012. He was also the highest scoring horse in the 2012 Autumn Stallion Performance Testing in Schlieckau, Germany. He got an overall mark of 8.32 points.

Under Sandra Frieling he finished third at the 2012 Hanoverian Riding Horse Championships and participated at the Bundeschampionate in Warendorf. At the 2014 Bundeschampionate the pair finished fourth in the consolation finals. Two months before that he missed out on a selection for the 2014 World Young Horse Championships in Verden.

In 2015 Dancing World moved into training with Susan Pape, who schooled and competed the bay stallion up to Prix St Georges level at regional events. Their last competition together in Schiffdorf-Geestenseth on 14 May 2016 they won the S-level test.

Dancing World was owned by Hamburg based horse dealer Herbert Kruse. His new owner, Elizabeth von Wulffen, is trained by Stefan Münch and this year she has been competing the Dutch bred Basejump (by Don Schufro x Royal Dance) at S-level. The new duo is yet to make its show debut.

Photo © Christina Beuke

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