New Foals, New Hope

We are very delighted to see firsthand our new collection in Schwarme. Three promising foals that we bought now join our older horses at the same stable.

We have Sir Deniro, Sir Donnerhall I – De Niro – Rubinstein I. Big bonned with a good character. Sir Deniro inherits the movement of his sire, Sir Donnerhall I who has been popular as a sire of auction horses for years and he regularly delivers top horses selling for six-figure prices.

Sir Deniro halfbrother, Seneca (by Stedinger) is a premium stallion  and sold at 110.000 Euro.

Then there is Don Dancier, a gorgeous colt by Dancier – Donnerhall – Lauries Crusador. He is well build with noble eyes ready to face the future. In the damline you can find Daimler, Royal Flash and Di Caprio who competes/d in advance dressage.

Last but not least is First Lady by Furstbischof – De Niro - Ordensglanz. This is our future queen actually. She was a champion at the foal show. Her sire, Furstbischof has a beautiful type  that everyone is looking in a dressage horse.

First Lady came from a good damline. Her dam produced foals that very likeable in the auction. First Lady’s half brother Sir Wester, by Soliman De Hus, was sold at 58.000 Euro in 2009. In the damline there is Di Nero (by De Niro) who is a hanoverian premium stallion of 2010.

Bertram Allen Wins World Breeding Jumping Championship

Last year Bertram Allen won the FEI World Breeding Jumping Championship for 6 year olds (21/9) with Barnike (Baldwin B x Animo). This year the young couple repeated their win in Lanaken, taking home the championship final for 7 year old horses after two convincing clear rounds - also the only double clear round of the final.

Christian Ahlmann made it to the podium once again - ending second - with the Zangersheide gelding Casuality Z (Cassini II x Chellano Z). Casuality Z has a lot of experience from the World Championships finals, doing his third one today. Christian Ahlmann was the fastest rider of those ending the jump-off on four faults.

The bronze medal went to Niklas Arvidsson with the Swedish Warmblood stallion Hasard (Heartbeat x Voltaire) - also he with four faults in the jump-off. (World of Show Jumping).

Lost by 0.07% in Asian Games Dressage

Indonesian Dressage Team participated at the Asian Games Incheon 2014. The games was held in Incheon, South Korea.

Indonesia represented by Larasati Gading (Wallenstein), Alvaro Menayang (Diamond Boy) and our rider Ferry Wahyu Hadiyanto (Douceur). They were unlucky as they lost the bronze medal just by 0.07%.

The gold medal went to the host nation. It was the fifth consecutive win for South Korea, which Japan took silver ahead of Chinese Taipei in bronze medal spot. Indonesia finished a very close fourth while China, India and Thailand filled the remaining places on the leaderboard in that order.

Youngshik Hwang steered Fursteuberg to the highest score of the competition when posting 74.342 per cent. And when that was backed up by a healthy 71.237 from Dongsson Kim riding Finally, 69.658 from Yooyson Chung with Royal Red and 68.816 from Kyunsub Kim with Dark Secret then the Republic of Korea posted an average final score of 71.746 to claim the gold when the top three scores were taken into account.

Shingo Hayashi produced the highest Japanese score of 71.395 with Veranus while team-mates Kazuki Sado (Winnetou DDH), Tomoko Nakamura (Pacific B) and Mayumi Okunishi (Freestyle) posted 69.184, 68.947 and 68.895 respectively for an average team total of 69.842.

Chinese Taipei’s final tally of 67.386 was achieved by Ko Wen Wang (Daquino), Yu Chieh Chang (Nora), Li Yu Kuo (Temptation) and Hsiu Hua Yeh (Urban Legend) for the bronze, but the Indonesian score of 67.316 for fourth place was all the more creditable for the fact that there were only three competitors in this side, and therefore no drop score. (FEI/Photo: EFI)

Helios to Emporiums Stable

Helios, the 2 years old dark bay stallion, was leaving Equinara. He is now owned by Emporiums Stable, East Java.

We congratulate Mr Agus and wish him best of luck and joy in raising Helios as a future stallion and sport horse. We are very excited for his future.

Helios is by Namelus, a KWPN stallion. Namelus’s most famous son is Triple X rode by Ben Maher of England when Great Britain Team won a gold medal in 2012 Olympics.
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