Don Joe and Lars van de Hoenderheide report at top level

Lottie Fry had a busy autumn 2022, with full focus on her horses Glamourdale, Kjento, Everdale and Dark Legend in particular. This was a very successful period, but everything goes on, and there is also another good batch of new talents eager to break through.
Especially Don Joe (by Diego x Lord Leatherdale breeder: Van Olst Horses) and Lars van de Hoenderheide (by Negro x Layout breeder: J. Sips – Loenhout, Belgium) are knocking on the door at this highest level. Don Joe was very successful in at the beautiful CDI in Leeuwarden with fine scores of 71.5%
in the Grand Prix and 72.681% in the Special. Then in early January he had a super competition at the CDI in Exloo, scoring 71.913% and the Grand Prix and winning the Freestyle with 77.895%.
Lars van de Hoenderheide had a super international debut at the CDI Leeuwarden and a fine 70.61% in the Grand Prix and a stunning score in the Freestyle with 77.895%
Then on 21 January, Lars was winner at the Subtop Grand prix in Someren with a nice 72.772% score.
To top it all off, last weekend came the international World Cup debut for Lars van de Hoenderheide at “Jumping Amsterdam”.
Lars scored a fantastic 73.109% in the Grand Prix, and then he scored great in the Freestyle with a stunning 78.339% with a “borrowed” Freestyle from stablemate Dark Lagend.
The future for Don Joe and Lars looks bright, the start has been made, and we look forward to what the coming season will bring for them.
Besides Don Joe and Lars van de Hoenderheide, Inclusive (by Everdale x Uptown, breeder: H. Enting, Grollo) will also have to compete this coming season. This very talented son of Everdale, plays with the heaviest exercises and we are looking forward to what next season will bring for him.
Lottie is
also busy building up her 2 small tour horses. Especial (by Everdale x Vivaldi breeder: C. van Bavel, Oosterhout) and Jackson (by Everdale x Negro breeder: Van Olst Horses) are 2 very talented horses for whom Grand Prix work is not unthinkable in the near future.