A good-looking group of three-year-old dressage mares returned on Friday, June 28th for the championship inspection at the Central Inspection in Houten. Convincing champion was Lady Lamelia (Glamourdale x Dream Boy), who was in control of all competition with her strong movement.
Five mares were allowed to come back for the final, all of them handsome mares, all of which were referred to the National Mare Inspection. Lady Lamelia (from Hesmelia elite EPTM-dres PROK by Dream Boy) walked to the championship with a lot of bravado. The breeding product of Gerrit Kolback showed to possess a lot of movement quality. Jury chairman Toine Hoefs: “A mare with a lot of length, built up. The withers might be allowed to walk a little longer and we also had a small remark on the foreleg that is slightly back in the knee, but when the mare starts to move you quickly forget that. She moves with a lot of power, very nice up, with good use of the foreleg. For us she was the convincing champion today. ”Kolback was very happy with the victory. “I don’t breed that much at all, and this is my second time being at the front. The first time was here, with her mother. Actually, she was not at all as special as a foal, but last year we thought it could become a very good one, and she showed that today! ”
A Glamourdale daughter was placed fourth again. This was La Reina (out of Black Lady ster by Dutch Dormello, breeder Th. Willig from Abcoude). “A long-lined mare with a lot of variety and appearance and a beautiful front”.
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