Star parade Show: breeders, stallion owners, handlers and Pavo-top horses in the leading role!
The closing of the KWPN Stallion Show, on Saturday evening February 2nd, promises to be a surprising show. During the one and a half hour show you will be treated to the 'Golden Boys & Girls'; some surprising Pas de Deux's and a real star parade of the Pavo top horses of the past year. You do not want to miss this!
Immediately after the KWPN Select Sale at approximately 6.45 pm you can enjoy the 'Star parade'. Dressage horses, Gelder horses and harness horses play the leading role in this show with alternating acts. Breeders, stallion owners and horse handlers will be shown during the show, on their horses!
The 'Golden Boys & Girls' will be unmasked during the show, but who would they be? One hint: without them there would be no stallion inspection!
And what to think of a Pas de Deux on old, well-known musical hits? The Gelder stallions Edmundo and Floris BS also have a show part for their account. Edmundo appears on the track and Coriene Yspeerd introduces Floris BS to you under saddle. The best horses of last year's Pavo Cup final, and not only stallions, also make their appearance. Jameson RS2 with Marieke van der Putten and World Championship finalist Imagine with Bart Veeze have already confirmed. Finally, the harness horses will not be missing, they will close off the show in a spectacular way!
We promise you a varied show program with various KWPN stars as an atmospheric, surprising conclusion to the KWPN Stallion Show. Make sure you are there!
The pre-sale of the tickets is now in full swing. As a KWPN member, you will receive a substantial discount on the admission tickets as usual. Just like in previous years, you only need one card for the whole day and evening together. If you arrive at the Brabanthallen later in the day on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, after 4 pm you can buy a ticket at a discounted price. Tickets at the door, only based on availability. Would you like to know more about the KWPN Stallion Show or view the program? Read on here.