Small Tour stallions show their talent in The Road to Grand Prix
The dressage evening of the KWPN Stallion Inspection has a different form this year. Due to the corona measures, many parts have been pre-recorded. This also applies to the KWPN stallions who are competing at Small Tour level and are preparing for the highest level.
In the show block "The Road to Grand Prix" we see KWPN stallions who are performing succesfully in the subtop or international sports. These are the stallions that are expected to have all qualities needed for the international Grand Prix level. This program gives breeders the opportunity to see these stallions in action and how they approach the final steps in their training.
Interview with riders
Eleven stallions make their appearance in this show. An interesting addition to this online variant is that the riders give a short comment in an interview recorded afterwards. Jennifer Sekreve, for example, talks about the progress of Gotcha Utopia (s.Ziësto) and Hitmaker (s.Wynton).
To have everything for the highest level Dinja van Liere demonstrates the talent of Hermès, who has already started Grand Prix, and seems to have all potential for a successful transition to the highest level. Furthermore, the Blue Hors Zack son Im Perfect STH (with Nicky Snijder) and the Everdale offspring Inclusive (Charlotte Fry) and Inverness come in front of the camera. Inverness with his new rider Brecht D'Hoore. Invershin (s.Carmeur) and Iconic B (s.Bon Bravour) will show their progress under Theo Hanzon and Joyce Leanerts. Remy Bastings rides Hennessy (s.De Niro), Hans Peter Minderhoud is in the saddle of Dettori (s.Desperado). The last stallion to be enjoyed by the public is the talented Ghandi (s.Bojengel).
You can watch the stallions at the end of the afternoon program, which takes place on Friday February 5th, between approximately 13:00 and 18:20. It promises to be an interesting afternoon, take a look at KWPN.org!
For more information and the program about the KWPN Stallion Inspection, visit the special page.
Photo Inclusive: Dirk Caremans