Friday, April 13, 2018

Young Hanoverian Jumper Results and Bloodlines

The German Hanoverian Verband has invested in the development of jumper bloodlines over the last twenty years, with the Hanoverian Jumper Breeding Program. Here is their press release with the results of the most recent Hanoverian Free-Jumper competition.

Hans-Henning von der Decken, President of the Verband, congratulates the winner oft he Hanoverian Free-Jumper competition: Valery (right) and Coolberry PJ. Photo: Tammo Ernst

VERDEN. It was the 22nd time that young Hanoverian horses competed in the free-jumping competitions of the Hanoverian Jumper Breeding Program in Verden. Coolberry PJ by Colman/Quidam de Revel became best three-year-old jumper. The Viscount/Stakkato-daughter Valery headed the field of four-year-olds. The pedigrees featured many internationally well-known stallion names. “There are ... many excellent show jumping lines in Hanover,” said Jörg Münzner. He judged the 50 three-year-olds and 23 four-year-olds in four divisions with Thomas Schönig.

The three-year-old Coolberry PJ by Colman/Quidam de Revel (breeder and exhibitor: Pferdezucht Dr. Jacobs GbR, Bierbergen) scored 27, the highest mark of the day. Her dam, St.Pr.St. Queensberry, had also already earned a high placement at the free jumping competition and is meanwhile successfully competing at the advanced level.  This performance was rewarded with a special prize, a free breeding voucher of Klosterhof Medingen for the young show jumping stallion Karajan. Coolberry PJ showed up in the third division. Pferdezucht Dr. Jacobs GbR had already celebrated a victory in the second division: Ladylike PJ by Numero Uno/Silvio scored 26.4 points. A Colestus/Clinton-son (breeder and exhibitor: Marius Rittstieg, Seeburg) won this division with a final score of 26.

Three horses dominated the age group born in 2014. The Viscount/Stakkato-daughter Valery (breeder and exhibitor: Eckhard Kordes, Velpke) scored a class victory with 26.2 points. The breeder was rewarded with a voucher by the Celle State Stud for the state stud stallion and Stakkato-Prize-winner Viscerado. The four-year-olds were pretty close together, with only shades deciding on victory. Two mares were nominated vice champion. Hanoverian premium candidate Celebration by Commissario/Silvo (breeder and exhibitor: Peter Mahler, Neuhaus/Oste) and Everton PJ by Embassy/Light On (breeder and exhibitor: Pferdezucht Dr. Jacobs GbR, Bierbergen) finished second. "Scope was finally the decisive factor,“ said Jörg Münzner.

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