Oldenburg Saddle Licensing Champion Lovely Lennox Sold to Australia

Thu, 06/20/2024 - 07:10
Lovely Lennox, aka Royal M, aka Bluefields Lennox

Lovely Lennox, the champion of the 2024 Oldenburg Saddle Licensing, has been sold to Australia.

He is a KWPN bred stallion by Lennox US out of Dorlinda M (by Vivaldi x Balzflug). He is bred by C van Mook in The Netherlands and was originally named Royal M.

He is a half brother to the the U.S. based Grand Prix horse Illusionist M (by Charmeur), competed by Canadian Alexandra Duncan.

Licensing Champion

Lovely Lennox was presented at the 2024 Oldenburg Saddle Licensing in Vechta by Heiko and Wilhelm Klausing.

He became one of five licensed stallions in the collection and was named the champion. He received the name "Lovely Lennox" following his licensing (as the name has to start with L according to the German system).

At the auction following the licensing on 13 April 2024 the champion Lovely Lennox sold for 60,000 euro.


Lovely Lennox
Australian stallion keepers JJ and Lys Fuchs of Bluefield farms have now come forward as the buyers of the stallion.  They will change his name for a third time to Bluefields Lennox. 

Fuchs' breeding operation first received international attention when their imported Baden Wurttemberger stallion, Bluefields Floreno (by Florencio x Roy Black) represented Australia at the 2018 World Equestrian Games. Shortly afterwards he sold back to Germany to Elizabeth Morell. She competed him at national GP level in Germany from spring 2021 till November 2022.

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