Dressage level never before seen at DWB 35-day test
By Thomas Bach Jensen / DWB
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.
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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