Three young stallions approved at the Hannoverian Stallion Licensing
The Blue Hors-team that travelled with the three stallions to Verden, are very pleased with how the process has been and are especially pleased with the outcome, with three out of three stallions approved. The team consist of Breeding Manager Martin Klavsen, as well as Beate Broscheit who takes care of the stallions and makes sure that they are shining. Last but not least on the team, is Jesper Bisgaard who has trained the stallions and showed them in Verden.
Two of the stallions were at the auction Sunday. It was catalogue number 68, a chestnut stallion by Blue Hors Farrel/Fidertanz and with a thoroughbred stallion in 3rd line. Catalogue number 81, a dark brown stallion by fürstenball/Ampère, was also at the auction.
Catalogue number 57, a dark brown stallion, by Dancier/ Sir Donnerhall I and with De Niro/Weltmeyer in the bloodlines, is coming home to Blue Hors again. It is a stallion that Breeding Manager Martin Klavsen is looking very much forward to continuing working with.
“It is a very functional horse. He is an extremely supple and well moving stallion and he has presented himself well down here at the licensing. He is still developing and is therefore not completely done, which I like in a young stallion at this stage. He has a super walk and he has so much power from behind, and then he is out of a very strong dam line” tells Martin Klavsen