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Marbach weekend sees five new DSP stallions

Master Piece (Millenium - Whitney x Drakdream)

By Sonja Grob (Press release translation)
Photography: Olav Krenz

From the 14 presented stallions at the DSP licensing in Marbach, November 3/4, five were licensed by the committee that included stud managers Carina Krumbiegel, Cornelia Back, Hans-Willy Kusserow and Uwe Mieck, as well as Dietmar Schulz, plus sport advisors Ina-Kathrin Schmid and Helmut Hartmann. The Marbach Weekend auction was also a great success with an outstanding sales quota of 48 sport horses and stallions, that entered the auction ring.

Fohlenhof Freienfels was rewarded with two licensed stallions: the first being Catch me (Casallco - Lady Star x Lone Star), who was presented by Richard Hirschäuser, was described as a stallion with good reflexes and a lot of flexibility in loose jumping. Their second success was Feliciano (Fürst Fohlenhof - Sinfonie x Sir Donnerhall II), bred by Rainer Lechl from Postmünster, and shown by the SH Sportpferde in Oberderdingen. He presented himself excellently in all licensing respects.
Master Piece (Millenium - Whitney x Drakdream)

With outstanding jumping capability, an I’m special de Muze son, Ivanhoe (out of Cera x Contender) convinced the licensing committee. This dark-brown stallion was bred by the Greim Stud in Bärnau and presented by Roland Dittrich from Ebermannstadt. Subsequently, he was sold to Switzerland during the Marbach auction.

The final two licensed stallions are both offspring of off-spring of Millennium (Easy Game - Merle x Ravel): Malibu (out of Queensberry x Quaterback) is a noble horse with dynamic basic gaits and was bred by Frank Klakow from Osterburg. The second was Master Piece (out of Whitney x Drakdream). This dark-brown stallion was DSP champion of the three-year-old stallions in Nördlingen. His presentation under the saddle was outstanding in the hands of his owner Kay Pawlowska from Radeburg. Master Piece was bred by Horst Füllmich from Stennschütz...CLICK HERE TO SUBSCRIBE TO BREEDING NEWS