Revolution Wins 2016 Danish Warmblood Autumn Stallion Performance Testing

Tue, 11/29/2016 - 12:07
Danish Warmblood Breeding News

The Hanoverian auction price sensation Revolution (by Rocky Lee x Rouletto) has won the 2016 Danish Warmblood Autumn Stallion Performance Testing which concluded in Torring, Denmark, on Monday 28 November 2016.

Acquired by Andreas Helgstrand for 1.2 million euro at the 2015 Hanoverian Stallion Licensing, Revolution scored a total of 977,5 points in the testing and was the undisputed winner. The bay stallion with his gigantic gaits got seven 10s on his score sheet.

The second highest scoring 3-year old stallion of the testing was the Dutch bred Falstaff (by Ampere x Stedinger), who earned 823 points. Baron (by Benicio x Sir Donnerhall) earned 802.5 points, and Freischutz (by Foundation) for 800 points.

Kirsten Andresen's 4-year old Romeo (by Romanov x Wolkentanz I) got the second highest amount of points of all horses in the testing, 896 points. The second 4-year old participating in the test, Hove's Terminator (by Temptation), got 812 points.

The standard to pass the testing is 700 points, but with 800 points stallions automatically qualify and get approved at the Danish Warmblood Stallion Licensing in Herning.

One colt did not finish the autumn testing: Vivi and Christian Vang Lauridsen's Frontline (by Furstenball x Zack x Solos Carex).

Photo © Ridehesten

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