After Todd Minikus won two 1.45m-classes with the Landor S-son Zephyr last month, this week he hit the jackpot again at the Winter Equestrian Festival in Wellington. In both the 1.45m and the 1.50m, the pair was invincible.
The Larino-son Apart could win his first 5* Grand Prix at Bordeaux. You could see it coming since Pieter Devos was constantly performing well with the breeding product of Stal Hendrix. The KWPN-recognized stallion Chaman was in third.
Martin Fuchs took a stunning home victory in the Grand Prix CSI5 * -W Zurich with the ten year old Verdi-son Chaplin. "For me this is a dream come true and it says a lot about the quality of Chaplin. We only form a pair for a short time", the Swiss rider says enthusiastically.
At only his second show since his winter break, the KWPN approved stallion Van Gogh (v.Numero Uno) showed excellent form with his rider Marco Kutscher. Last Saturday, the pair won the Championat of Zurich at 1.50 level.
The thursday evening of the KWPN Stallion Show will be completely dedicated to the jumping sport. Big names will compete for the prizes in the final of the Blom Stallion Competition, the VHO Trophy and the KWPN Grand Prix of the Brabanthallen.
As usual the KWPN offers a Guided Tour on the Sunday following the Stallion Show.…
With only the follow-up selection to go this coming Monday, the provisional number of jumper stallions qualified for the second round viewing is 115. Among the 16 stallions selected today are two sons each by Farfan M, El Clarimo and Fernando-H.
With 21 selected jumper stallions, today yielded another good harvest for the second round viewing. The selected stallions include three sons each by Cidane and Diamant de Semilly, and two by Cornet
The KWPN stallion collection has just been expanded by ten interesting stallions in the…
Today, Tuesday, November 22, and tomorrow, Wednesday, November 23, the first stallion competition of the 2016-2017 edition will take place in Ermelo. This year, for the first time, jumping and dressage will be split. You can view the competitions via Livestream on KWPN.tv, which provides an excellent opportunity to see the young stallions at work and learn more about them.