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46 stallions approved in Verden


Lord Z/Weinberg (Photo:
Lord Z/Weinberg (Photo:
The Hanoverian Stallion Licensing featured an impressive, top-class crop of young stallions. 46 two-and-a-half-year olds were licensed. Nine dressage and seven show jumping stallions were nominated Premium stallion.

The performances of the show jumping stallions were especially captivating. Compared to the preceding years, there was an increasing quantity and quality of jumper stallions presented in Verden.

The tremendous interest of potential customers
in the dressage stallions confirmed the pre-selection of the licensing committee.
Fidertanz/De Niro (Photo:
Fidertanz/De Niro (Photo:
They displayed convincing movements, combined with first-class competition pedigrees.

One of the dressage stallions that stood out was a Premium stallion by Fidertanz/De Niro (breeder and
exhibitor: Thomas Heuer, Bienenbüttel) which sold as the most expensive at the auction.

- The liver chestnut opens up remarkable horizons for dressage horses, breeding manager Dr. Werner Schade said.

Among the outstanding jumper stallions a youngster by Lord Z/Weinberg (breeder and exhibitor: Norbert Nowak, Haren) became the most expensive.

Click here to view list of premium stallions.