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Hannoveraner championship for young eventing horses

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Diadina and Anreas Dibowski won the Hannoveraner Championship for six-year-old eventing horses, while Viva L'Amour and Nadine Marzahl finished second

By Jean Llewellyn / press release
Photography: Hannoveraner Verband

At the third edition of the Hannoveraner Championships of young eventing horses, Dora GS and Paula Fatteicher took four-year-old title; while the five-year-old category was won by Diacondiva ridden by Ann-Catrin Bierlein; and Diadina claimed the six-year-old title with Andreas Dibowski.

Taking place in Luhmühlen, the four-year-olds determined their champions in a test for riding horses with cross-country jumps. The Dancier x Floriscount-daughter Dora GS, bred by Bernd Gehrdau-Schröder, and ridden by Paula Fatteicher convinced all along the line with a score of 8.6 and, on this occasion the talented bay was awarded candidacy for a Hannoveraner Premium.
Second place went to Calia (Carridam x Quaid), bred by Klaus Dierks, who found a new owner only last January during the Verden auction. She was masterfully presented by Anna von Beauvais and was rewarded with a final score of 8.5. Third place went to Harmony CB by Helium x Samba Hit and Anna-Luisa Millies (7.9). Harmony was bred in Switzerland by ZG Couleur de Bohème.
The entries born in 2018 competed in a cross-country test for young horses class A**. With a lead of 0.30 points, the Diacontinus x Sunlight xx daughter Diacondiva (breeder: Johannes Hilmer, Rullstorf) with Ann-Catrin Bierlein took the title of Hannoveraner Champion (8.80). The Hannoveraner premium mare gave birth to a foal last year before arriving in the successful young rider’s stable in Warendorf... To read the complete article you need to be a subscriber
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