The stallion inspection committee convened today in Ermelo to assess seven dressage stallions as part of the first saddle presentation of the spring examination.

Six four-year-old dressage stallions, designated for the performance test last year, along with the six-year-old Everest (by Especial), were presented today by their own riders at the KWPN center. "Since I was appointed chairman of the stallion inspection committee last autumn, this was the first time I saw the six four-year-old stallions, as they were designated a year earlier. My colleagues were enthusiastic about the positive development these stallions have undergone, both in terms of conformation and movement, they generally made a good impression. This also applies to the older stallion Everest, who was designated for the performance test this year in Den Bosch," says Bart Bax. After each group, the findings of the stallion inspection committee were discussed with the owners. "We try to be as transparent as possible and have engaged in dialogue with the owners to address any areas for improvement and let them know our impression of the stallions. We expect these stallions to return for the second saddle presentation on April 9th." On that day, the delivery of the three-year-old stallions is also scheduled.


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