A big Congratulations to the Davidson Family of Fairbanks Warmbloods QLD for their 4yo stallion Fairbanks Pavarotti (Gullit/Grannus)taking out the Champion 4yo at DWTS.
The flashy bay with four white sox won this class convincingly and made the long trip from QLD worthwhile for rider and trainer Shane.
Other Holsteiners competing were Southern Cross Tamarisk(BBD Talent/High Design) who finished 13th in the very strong 6yo class, Kendalee Rocky Road (Rafferty/Monopol) was in the 5yo class.
Unfortunately the long trip was not so worthwhile for the connections of Barrabadeen Troubadour was not on his best behavior for the Grand Prix but was somewhat better for the Kur with a 61%. LATEST NEWS OF CONDIOS by Tom Reed Condios, the 7-year-old Holsteiner stallion owned by Morningside Stud in Ireland, and now available in Australia through International Horse Breeders , has had continued success in sport and breeding since he was approved by the HHAA in June.
In sport, Condios (Coriano x Landgraf I) and his rider, Henrik Gundersen, won a 1.50 m.
Class and placed fifth in another 1.50 m.
Class on June 22-23 in Kolding Denmark.
On August 1 – 4 at the CSIO-Aarhus, Condios placed in three international classes.
All three placings earned prize money.
Riders in these international classes came from Denmark, Holland, Sweden, Germany, Norway, Portugal, Switzerland, Great Britain, and Italy and included international stars such as Beat Mandli, Willi Melliger, Markus Fuchs, Di Lampard, and Peter Eriksson.
Reporting on this show, the German Holsteiner magazine “Pferde und Sport” featured Condios with a photograph in the October issue.
Condios came out of seven weeks of quarantine to compete in the Young Horse classes at the World Cup Denmark Show at Aarhus, Denmark during the weekend of October 24..
Condios placed in two international classes, and both placings were in the prize money.
Riders participating in these international classes (and all finishing below Condios and Gundersen) included Olympic/World Cup riders Ludger Beerbaum, Jeroen Dubbeldam, Rodrigo Pessoa, Ludo Philippaerts, Jos Lansink, Beat Mandli, Lars Nieberg, Peter Wylde, and Michael Whitaker.
Condios continues to be approved by important studbooks throughout the world.
In June and July, respectively, Condios was approved by the New Zealand Warmblood Horse Breeders Association and the Australian Warmblood Horse Association.
In November Condios was approved and activated by the Oldenburg Verband’s North America Division, the Oldenburg Horse Breeders Society, and acknowledged by the Royal Warmblood Studbook of the Netherlands (KWPN).
Condios’ sire, Coriano, showed once again that he is the Holsteiner studbook’s rising star.
At the Holsteiner Verband’s stallion inspection and auction in November, Coriano had two sons entered in the inspection: both were approved to go to the performance test with one being named Reserve Champion and the other awarded Premium status.
The Premium stallion was entered in the Verband’s auction and sold for 180,000 (AU$325,000).
This was the second highest-priced stallion.
The Champion of the stallion inspection sold for 200,000.
Condios is back in quarantine until next March having his semen frozen for Australia, New Zealand, Canada, and the USA.
In 2003 he will compete in Nations Cup classes for Denmark.
His frozen semen is available now to Australian breeders through International Horse Breeders Glenys Dyason and Eil Kingma..
For further information please visit www.condios.info and contact our agent International Horse Breeders Pty Ltd Lot 5 Mills Road.
Axedale Victoria. 3551 Tel: 03 5439 7251 Fax; 03 5439 7547 Mob: 042 7400 357 e-mail email@example.com News From the Verband Holsteiner Riding Horse Auction There were lots of satisfied faces in the Holstenhalle of Neumunster after the auction of the Holsteiner riding horses and non-approved stallions.
Auctioneer Uwe heckmann received an average knock-down price of the 45 purchased horses – there were two horses with no bid – of 33 406 eurs. “We are more than satisfied with the result as we were able to keep the very good result from last year,” Norbert Boley, general manager of the sales division of the Holsteiner Verband said. “It confirmed that the purchasers are looking very much at the quality.
And also the horse’s health is of great importance”..
Especially the purchasers from outside Germany showed great interest.
The purchasers from Mexico, Switzerland, the USA, Bulgaria, Spain, Belgium, Greece and Italy purchased 22 horses.The top price of this year’s riding horse auction was taken by the four-year old Carriere by Cassini I-Lavall I-Calypso I bred by Gerd Kust, Pinneberg and owned by Berndt Mohr, Ellerhoop.
Achaz von Buchwald purchased the scopy mare for 127,000 Euro to the Aufrecht stable in Baden-Wurtemberg.
The second most expensive horse was the three year old contender-Cor del la BryereSon Corlando, bred by Dirk Eggers, Klein Boden.
The team Olympic winner from 1988, Wolfgang Brinkmann, purchased the bay gelding.
Exactly 100,000 Euro was the price for the Cash-Reichsgraf-Lord-daughter Charlotte bred and owned by Hermann Gloy, Siezbuttel, being purchased by a Swiss customer.Also the non-approved 2 ½ year old stallions gained good prices.
The most expensive stallion, conception by contender-Sir Shostakovich xx bred by Claus-Albert Hein, St Margarethen and owned by Detlef and Reimer Hennings with Dieter Mehrens, Sievershutten is travelling to his new home in Switzerland.
The price was 45,000 Euro.
The 49 non-approved stallions were sold for an average knock-down price of 14,184 Euro.
World Breeding Federation Studbook Rankings Dressage: Holsteiner, 5th Jumping: Holsteiner, 2nd Eventing: Holsteiner, 4th Corona second at Zuidlaren Albert Voorn was runner-up in the Grand Prix of Zuidlaren, riding the former auction horse Tinello Corona by Coriall – Lombard only narrowly beaten by Irish Connor Swail.
Placed sixth was US-American Paige Rassas with Chica Bay by Carolus I – Calypso II and Hauke Luther placed eighth with Caresino by Caretina – Silvester.
This couple also placed fourth in a 1.50 M-class on Friday followed by Stefan Abt with Candy by Coriall – Latino World Equestrian Games The Holsteiner mare Fein Cera by Landael out of a Cor de la Bryere mare finished 2nd in the individual jumping title at the WEG.
Ridden by American Peter Wylde she was also chosen as champion horse of the Show.
She is currently ranked 6th in the WBFSH rankings.
Lianos wins the World Cup of Verona With thirteen riders in the jump-off it was no easy job to win the World cup Qualification of Verona.
But the best result came from the former World Cup winner and World champion, Rodrigo Pessoa, with Gandini Lianos by Landlord – Landego.
Although Lars Nielberg and the Dane Kim Kristenesen were faster, they had one or two rails down in the jump-off.
Runner-up was Swiss Markus Fuchs, also a former World Cup winner, with Tinka’s Boy followed by Marcus Ehning with For Pleasure.
Placed seventh was Dutch Wout-Jan van der Schans with Broere VDL Corland by Cor de la Bryere – Landgraf I.
The qualification class for the world cup class was won by Toni Hassmann with Landstreicher by Landgraf I – Capitol I.
Otto Becker wins the Grand Prix of Hanover.
Being more than half a second faster than the runner-up Otto Becker won the Grand Prix at the German Classics in Hannover.
Becker rode the World Cup Champion – Dobels Cento by Capitol I – Caletto II.
Runner up was Ludger Beerbaum with Gladdys S and so he earned the title Rider of the Year for the second time.
Placed third was Meredith Michaels Meerbaum with Shutterfly followed by Soren von Ronne with Charlottenhof’s Chandra by Caretine- Silvester.
And Christian Ahlmann with Coster by Calato – Constant took seventh place.
In the riders Tour ranking where the last leg is still to come, Swedish Malin Baryard took second place followed by Christian Ahlmann, Soren von Ronne and Marcus Ehning.
Danish Michael Aabo made it a Holsteiner vistory in the Puissance riding Leviathan by Landaris – Cantus.
In a class with Winning Round, which was won by Otto Becker with Grandilot, Joachim Heyer took second place with ABC Charleston by Capitol I – Corporal.
Marcus Hening with Gelha’s Junior by Ligorett – Conte placed fourth and Markus Merschformann riding the former auction top horse Collin by Contender – Landgraf I took sixth place. Lord Z Wins at Dusseldorf.
After a convincing round in the jump-off John Whitaker won AEGON Grand Prix of Dusseldorf with Lord Z by Lord – Calando .
The 47 year old Briton was very happy with his first Grand Prix win for quite a long time, and the 12 year old stallion seems to fit his way of riding very well.
In the Youngster Masters Katharina Offel and Charlie Brown by Calando I won the first qualification and were runners-up in the second one.
In the “Last Chance”, which was won by Oliver Lemmen, Christian Ahlmann took third place with Arturo Junby by Arturo – Corleone, and ending up fifth was Stefan Abt with Ashley by Alcatraz – Scaramento Song xx, followed by Markus Meschfomann with Gambe by Contender – Leonardo I and Iris BayerBoveleth with La Corrado by Lacros – Corrado I. Fees have been set for the new year as recommended by the Finance Committee.
High on the list of considerations was the vastly increased Insurance payment, (up by 300%) which it was decided could be met by a special Insurance levy, thus leaving memberships untouched.
Also worth noting is the $10.00 membership discount for anyone who introduces a new member and seconds the membership application by signing the Membership form.Fees for the coming year are as follows : Memberships (unchanged): $60.00 Single, $80.00 Double, $30.00 Juniors (over 12 and under 18) Registrations: $60.00 per horse for the first 10 registered, $50.00 per horse for the second 10 registered, et seq.Breeding Permits: $100.00 per stallion.
Classification Fees: Mares $75.00, Foundation Mares $35.00, Geldings $50.00, Stallions and Colts $500.00.
Recommend that all Branches run Awards for Highest % Classification mares, geldings, colts, with Rosettes or similar to all participants.
Transfer Fee: $40.00 Annual Insurance Levy: $15.00 Single, $25.00 Double, $15.00 Junior.
This money is to be deposited each month into a separate Insurance Levy Bank Account.
HBA Members: after 14 months of amnesty to former HBA members (12 months + 2 months grace), membership will now be at the regular rate.
Transfer of horses previously registered with the HBA to remain at $5.00 per head for the next 12 months.
Discount: $10.00 discount from annual membership fee to Members who when they sell a horse, sign the new owners up as members and Second the Membership application form.
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