Dear Hanoverian and Rhineland breeders,
the first online auction exclusively for French and British foals is over and with 41,000 Euros for the colt Enjoy the Show de Hus an excellent top price was paid. Hannoveraner horses bred in Sweden and Denmark won medals at the Bundeschampionat for Riding and Dressage Horses in Warendorf, while in the USA a Hannoveraner bred in Italy won the Championships for five-year-old dressage horses. These results confirm the impression that we actually have on every registration trip, namely that our international Hannoveraner and Rhineland breeders produce horses of high quality, which is rewarded by the market and thus by the riders accordingly.
We wish you continued good luck and success with your Hannoveraners and Rhinelanders.
Anne Kollberg Dr. Ludwig Christmann
President Director department
Hannoveraner International breeding in foreign countries
Current-year members can download the pdf-file of the latest issue of the English version of our members’ magazine DER HANNOVERANER at the following link.
Cancellation of broodmares and/or membership
Please do not forget to cancel mares, which you have either sold or which will no longer be used for breeding purposes either on our online platform MeinHannoveraner or in written form either by letter, fax (+49-42 31-67 37 12) or e-mail (email@example.com) with the following information:
- registration number of the mare
- name of the mare
- reason for the cancellation (sold, no longer used for breeding purposes, sport/riding horse, death)
- your first name and family name
- your address
- your membership number
Please send us your cancellation before the end of December. Without this cancellation, your invoice for 2021 will include all the mares currently registered under your name.
If you wish to cancel your membership of the Hannoveraner Verband, please do so in writing before the end of December, too.
Registration trips outside Germany
Maren Schlender and Erdwig Holste are currently on their way to Switzerland and Italy for registrations. Covid-19 permitting, Ursula Müller is going to do registrations in Spain in November, and in October/November, a registration trip to Hungary will take place.
Further information about the above mentioned and all other registration trips can be found here. [More]
Online auction for foals from France and Great Britain
A spectacular top price of 41,000 Euros was achieved at the online auction for 16 French and British Hanoverian and Rhineland foals, which was held in cooperation with the British Hanoverian Horse Society BHHS and the French Hanoverian Horse Breeding Club AFEACH. The top foal Enjoy the Show de Hus by Escolar/Don Juan de Hus was bred in France and comes from the high quality breeding of the well-known Haras de Hus stud farm. The British foals will remain on the island throughout. The most sought-after foal was a filly by the dressage horse sire Franklin out of a dam by Dannebrog/Weltmeyer, which was purchased for 10,000 Euros by a well-known English dressage rider. [More]
Online Auction Foals
For the seventh time, the Hannoveraner Verband announced "Bid Up runs – Sold" for 30 first-class foals. The highest price was achieved by Classy Art, who found a new owner for 16,000 Euros. The total turnover amounted to 220,000 Euros. On average 7,333 Euros had to be invested for a foal. [More]
The collection features 43 dressage- and 24 jumping horses. It is our pleasure to present the carefully selected and trained horses of this Verden Auction.
As in the past three years, the collection will also feature two-year-old colts for sporting purposes. The colts will be auctioned online on Saturday, October 10, at 6 pm CET on www.verdener-auktion-online.com. In addition to the riding horses and the two-year-old colts, foals born from June 1 onwards will be auctioned on October 10.
It is possible to inspect and to ride the auction horses during daily training from September 29 to October 10. You are welcome to arrange test riding dates with our customer service.
Bundeschampionate – Silver, and bronze for Hanoverians bred outside Germany
Rock Festival by Rock Forever/Fürstenball became Bundeschampion of three-year-old mares and geldings. His breeder, Joline Durand from Hörstel, sat in the saddle of the strong moving dark bay.
Va' Pensiero by Vitalis/Fürstenball (breeder: Zuchthof Düvel, Katlenburg/GER) and his rider Hannah Laser is Germany's best three-year-old stallion. The silver medal also went to Hannover. Vice Champion became the son of Revolution/Belstaff,
Rockabye, who was bred by Sally Hjort Schultz, Bolderslev/DEN and presented by Sina Aringer.
Vice-Champion of four-year-old stallions became Damaschino by Danone/Fidertanz (breeder: Burkhard Wahler, Medingen/GER), who competed with Hannah Laser as defending champion of the previous year.’
In the dressage arena, Jetset by Johnson/Belloni (breeder: Nina Sixtensson, Köping/SWE) with rider Kira Laura Soddermann won the bronze medal in the five-year-old class. Congratulations to all breeders, owners, and riders.
In the top-class field of the five-year-old eventing horses all three medals went to Hannover on the weekend before. Dark Gambler by Diacontinus/Stalypso (breeder: Andreas Middelkampf, Grönloh) with rider Antonia von Baath became Bundeschampion. Silver went to the licensed stallion Abraxas by Araldik/Now or Never M (breeder: Manfred Schäfer, Köchingen), who was presented by Pia Münker. Both horses once found their way to their owners' stables at an auction in Verden. Dark Gambler was sold at the 2015 Elite Foal Auction, and Abraxas was auctioned off in May of the same year as a foal and two years later as a stallion at the stallion sales. The successful eventing rider Pia Münker was also in the saddle of the third-placed Balou's Mascot M by Balou du Rouet/Cook du Midour AA, who was born at her father Franz-Josef Münker's place in Meerbusch.
In the Bundeschampionat of six-year-old show jumpers, Everton PJ by Embassy/Light On (breeder: Pferdezucht Dr. Jacobs GbR, Bierbergen) jumped to bronze with rider Alexa Stais.
France - Championships for Young Dressage Horses
The French Championships for young dressage horses were held in Fontainebleau on the last weekend of September.
In the Cycle Classique, the most difficult series of tests, nine Hanoverian and one Rhinelander reached the finals of the 30 best four-year olds. Four Hanoverian horses reached the top ten. Third place went to Loudzi Gold by Livaldon/Scolari (breeder: Heinz Gerdes/GER) with her owner Pauline Guillem, who had discovered the mare as a foal at the Verden Elite Auction in autumn 2016. Fabio de Hus by Don Juan de Hus/Wanderbursch II bred by Xavier Marie/FRA under Jessica Michel Botton took fourth place. Eighth place went to Fitzgerald Monroe by Franklin/Zonik bred by Stoeterij Vogelzang, again with Pauline Guillem. Tenth place went to Dress Code de Malleret by Dancier/His Highness and Alfonso de la Chica Parras. Breeder is Anna Ellenbeg.
Ten Hanoverian horses reached the final of the best 30 five-year-old dressage horses and also four reached a place among the ten best. Silver went to Zouzo Majishan by Zonik/Soliman de Hus (breeder: Gunter Rohrich) with Jessica Michel Botton. Zouzo Majishan was discovered at the Verden April auction 2019. Fifth place went to Furst von Bottlenberg by Finest/Stedinger with Sarah Krusch. In seventh place was Magic Moment by Millennium/Don Bosco (breeder: Renate Hormann/GER) with Pauline Guillem and in ninth place Dothraki de la Gesse by Dragon Hill/Rubin Royal bred by Haras de la Gesse with Charlotte Cesi.
Four Hanoverian horses participated in the final of the 14 best six-year-olds. Third place went to Ninjago v. Negro/San Remo bred by ZG Hardekopf-Hartmann, who found his way to France at the Verden Elite Auction 2018.
In the Cycle Libre of four-year-olds, Freya des Paluds by Don Juan de Hus/Relevant with Agathe André took third place. Freya des Paluds was bred by Pablo Bouillot/FRA. Other Hanoverian horses took sixth and eighth place. Falcone du Hans by Fürstenball/San Remo was bred by Willi Schulz-Hausbrandt/GER, and was sold to France at the November auction 2019 under the name Fiorello. With his rider Lisa Kloninger Chachaty, he won the five-year-old class. Dantana by Dantano/Fürst Romancier bred by Claus Quast/GER started the journey to France at the Verden Elite Auction 2019 and won bronze with Vanina Nayrolles. Another Hanoverian followed in fourth place. In another championship for five-year-olds Légende du Hans by Livaldon/Don Frederico with Charles Jousson took second place. Only last November Dahman d'Ellbe by Don Frederico/Weltregent was sold to France via the Verden auction, now he won gold with his rider Emilie Lebrun. Breeder is Bernd Nordmann/GER.
From 20th to 24th October the Niedersachsenhalle will once again be dedicated to colts. 76 shining representatives of the 2018 vintage are eagerly awaited. This year, the licensing and stallion market for Hanoverian and Rhineland stallions will be divided into a dressage part and a jumping part.
Detailed information about the stallions and also the program for the individual days can be found on our website. From next Monday on videos of the colts will also be online.
As of September 28th, the tickets for Friday and Saturday are already sold out. On Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday tickets cost 15 euros each. If you have purchased tickets for the Verden licensing, please note the hygiene and distance regulations valid at the time of the licensing. If you are traveling from abroad, please inform yourself currently about possible travel restrictions and the necessity of corona tests and/or quarantine. All presentations of the stallions and also the auctions on Thursday and Saturday will be broadcast live on www.clipmyhorse.tv.