Winner of the dressage test, Atterupgaards Barcelo, presented by Helgstrand Dressage staff, Thomas Sigtenbjerggaard and Eric Guardia Martine

By Thomas Bach Jensen / DWB
Photography: ridehesten.com

The level of quality among the young dressage stallions at Danish Warmblood’s 35-day test in Tørring was, categorically, unheard of, with no fewer than three of the stallions achieving a result above 900 points.

The dressage field incljuded top stallions from various European studbooks, the majority being premium stallions who made the DWB 35-day stallion test look like a Europewide final for the best young dressage stallions, tearing down borders and studbook doors. Several of the stallions had initially been entered for a German performance test, but eventually came to Tørring, Denmark which is becoming an increasingly popular testing station.
Danish premium stallion
Atterupgaards Barcelo is out of a very strong damline and showed himself to be a very promising dressage horse at the 35-day performance test
Among others there was the Oldenburg champion  and Danish Warmblood premium stallion, Global Champion; Westfalian champion stallion, Danciero; Hanoverian premium stallion and European price highlight, Vivino; Oldenburg champion stallion, Fynch Hatton; Danish Warmblod premium stallion, Atterupgaards Borcelo; Hanoverian premium stallion, Vendome; KWPN premium tallion, Knock-Out (four years old); Danish Warmblood premium stallion Giovanni-Bell; Hanoverian premium stallion Lord Europe; Oldenburg premium stallion, Monterrey; Danish Warmblod premium stallion, Tophøjs Falchetto; and Hanoverian premium stallion, Duke...To read the complete article you need to be a subscriberCLICK HERE TO SUBSCRIBE TO BREEDING NEWS

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