Five jumper stallions enter 21-day-test
In addition to the second official assessment of the three-year-old jumper stallions, today’s schedule included the arrival of the four-year-and-older stallions in Ermelo.
Four four-year-old stallions started their 21-day-test in Ermelo. This concerns the following stallios: Hardwell-son Numos of J. van Burggen, Nixon van ‘t Meulenhof-offspring Sirocco Optimus of Rinus Blom and Munsteg Horses , the Tangelo van de Zuuthoeve-son Nanton of Irma de Crom and the Toulon-descendant Newton E of Stal Brouwer. The starting list also featured the Cornet Obolensky-offspring Cooper Z but he has not completed all veterinary examinations prior to the performance test. Furthermore, the six-year-old Four Seasons of Roelof Bril, Team Nijhof and Kees van Oetelaar was successfully presented. “These stallions have started their test today and we also had the second official evaluation of the three-year-olds today. The stallion selection committee discussed all their findings with the owners and in consultation with them, the United Touch x Quidam de Revel stallion was referred to a future performance test”, tells senior-inspector Henk Dirksen. This means there are still nine three-year-old jumper stallions present in Ermelo. The final presentation takes place on May 28.
Find an overview of the participating stallions here.