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Dutch NOP adds four horses to Olympic roster

Desperado/Emmelie Scholtens (FEI)
During Jumping Amsterdam the Dutch Olympic Horse Foundation (NOP) put four more horses under contract to support owners and riders not to sell potential horses for future selection to the Netherlands Olympic teams. The four include: 13-year-old Holstein bred mare Zypria S (Centuro x Lux, bred by Julius-Peter Sinnack GER), ridden by Willem Greve in showjumping; two eventing horses – the 10-year-old Holstein mare Ceda (Aragon x Con Air, bred by Martin Prignitz, Kollmoor GER), shown by Merel Blom; and 12-year-old KWPN gelding Dinitri (Vaillant x Enrico, bred by W.H.M. Ackermans) and ridden by Raf Kooremans. The fourth recruit is the 17-year old gelding Webron (Sir Sinclair x Landwind II, bred by Seebregts/Schuyers, for para dressage rider  Maud de Reu. In total, 12 owners are under contract on a roster that includes three stallions: Desperado NOP (Vivaldi x Havidoff, bred by the Andeweg Family), ridden by Emmelie Scholtens; Glock's Dream Boy (Vivaldi x Ferro, bred by Tim Coomans), rider Hans Peter Minderhoud; and Glock's Zonik NOP (Blue Hors Zack x Glock's Romanox, bred by Linette Jaeger, Denmark), ridden by Edward Gal. CvA