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Hanoverian jumper breeding program premiere success

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A son of Diacontinus bred by Johann Fuseler won the free jumping competition for three-year-olds

By Jean Llewellyn / press release
Photography: Hannoveraner Verband

The Niedersachsenhalle was monopolized by the Hannoveraner showjumper breeding program during the free jumping competition, which included a suitability test. It was a varied day with four winners:

A Diacontinus son was convincing as the best three-year-old when Tigerberry PJ led the second class of the free jumping competition for three-year-olds. Cabo Mad Jo won the premiere of the four-year-old jumping suitability test, while a Valverde son was best in the four- and five-year-old eventing horses, which were also new to the programme. According to Gilbert Böckmann who judged and commented on the young horses together with Thomas Schönig; “We saw very good youngsters.”
Unbeatable, however, was the Diacontinus x Silvio son (breeder and exhibitor: Johann Fuseler, Schiffdorf). The athletic grey from the dam line of Nadassina scored 27.8 points. As the youngest horse in the competition, he impressed in all three criteria and received the highest scores of the day for technique (9.3), scope (9.4) and jumping intelligence (9.1). His dam Savannah has already produced two Verden auction horses, including the 1m40 metre successful Cassandra Castella F. The reward was a stud fee voucher for the Hannoveraner Stallion of the Year 2023, the Celle state stud stallion Edward.
Victory in the second division went to the successful breeder Dr. Jacobs, Bierbergen. Equipped with extremely fast reflexes, Tigerberry PJ (Taloubet Z x Quidam de Revel), scored 27.6 points. Her half-siblings, the Celle state stud stallion Carridam and Hann.Pr.St. Coolberry PJ, also left the Niedersachsenhalle as winners in their time. Tigerberry’s dam, the St.Pr.St. Queensberry PJ, who was awarded three sters in the Hannoveraner Jumper Breeding Programme, jumped to second place. This makes Tigerberry PJ the youngest figurehead of the renowned dam line of Norm, which has already produced so many top showjumpers.
Making a successful premiere, the four-year-olds subsequently demonstrated their talents over fences in a suitability test under a rider for the first time. The best of the 25 sterters was Cabo Mad Jo (Cabo Verde x Stakkato; breeder and exhibitor Jochen Meyer, Allwörden), skilfully presented by Hergen Forkert... To read the complete article you need to be a subscriber
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