Breeding News
The picturesque showgrounds of Lamplight Equestrian Center are busy with top dressage horses and riders from around the country competing for top honors at The Markel/USEF Young and Developing Horse Dressage National Championships. Read More
If you have ever attended an auction in Verden, then you most likely have seen these two people – either on a horse or in the stables. We are talking about Anna Peters and Melanie Wiechmann, who care for the auction horses as a team. Read More
Melissa Palmer of Wellington, Florida has a thing for Warmblood mares, specifically Oldenburg mares from Germany. She is the proud owner of five German bred or imported mares, including her Grand Prix mare, L’Amour (Liberty M/Waidglanz). Read More
Dr. Ludwig Christmann of the Hanoverian Verband traveled to the rolling hills of Hilton Farm in Somerset, VA, along with George Walker of Blythwood, SC, and Vern Batchelder of Williston, FL. This was the first inspection held at Hilton Farm, since the passing of long time breeder and owner Mr.... Read More
Ever wonder what it is like to be an American at the World Championships of Young Dressage Horses? Check out this article form the Hannoveraner Verband about Endel Ots and David Wightman's journey to Ermelo. Read More
Eye-catcher Fiontini was presented in a fantastic manner by her rider Severo Jesus Jurado Lopez. The pair was the audience’s ultimate favourite. After her performance the applause kept on going, signalling how much the audience had enjoyed this marvellous talent for the future. Read More
He was already a two-fold world champion, and the Danish Warmblood-stallion again proved to be invincible in the first Longines World Breeding Dressage Championships for seven-year-old horses. Read More
During one of the hottest weekends of the summer the American Hanoverian Society Inspection tour began at the beautiful Hilltop Farm Inc, in Colora, MD, Dr. Ludwig Christmann of the Hanoverian Verband was joined by George Walker from Blythwood SC, and Vern Batchelder, Williston, FL, and the... Read More
The Freestyle to Music for stallions of eight years and older was, just like the Prix St. George on Thursday, won by the Vivaldi - stallion Vitalis. Presented by the Norwegian rider Isabel Freese, he moved to the winning score of 74.542%. Read More
Sunday the 31st of July the world championships’ finales of the six- and seven-year-old dressage horses take place. These finals can be watched Live and free of charge via www.youtube.com/user/feichannel. Read More

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