Breeding News

Desperado won in Verden

03-08-2008

The WBFSH's world championship for young dressage horses is once again successfully held in Verden, Germany.

Saturday evening a new world champion in the five year old division was found. German Nadine Plaster rode the black Oldenburger gelding Desperado by Dressage Royal x Rouletto to victory. The winning horse is bred by Karl Lenk, Glossen, Germany.

Trakehner stallion Imperio became vice champion under his rider Anna-Sophie Fiebelkorn. The handsome bay is bred by Hartmut Keunecke, Strasburg, Germany and is by Connery x Balfour xx.

Oldenburger Mare of the Year 2006 and double Bundeschampion Silberaster by Sandro Hit x Canaster took third place and bronze skillfully ridden by Helen Langehanenberg.

This black mare is not only succesfully performing at dressage shows but already has three e.t. (embryo transfer) foals on the ground and has another three on the way for 2009. Crowd favourite Silberaster is bred by Tammo Francksen, Butjadingen, Germany.

Desperados was successfully shown by Nadine Plaster (Photo: Ridehesten.com).

Click here for complete results of world championships for 5 year old dressage horses.

Silver winning Imperio ridden by Anna-Sophie Fiebelkorn (Photo: Ridehesten.com).
Silver winning Imperio ridden by Anna-Sophie Fiebelkorn (Photo: Ridehesten.com).
Bronze winning Silberaster ridden by Helen Langehanenberg (Photo: Ridehesten.com).
Bronze winning Silberaster ridden by Helen Langehanenberg (Photo: Ridehesten.com).