The world champion scores in France. And how! In Compiègne, the KWPN stallion Glamourdale was the strongest in the Small Tour with force majeure. Under Charlotte Fry, the eight-year-old stallion won 77.35 percent in the Prix st. Georges, in the Intermediaire I it was 77.10 percent. Stable mate Everdale made his international debut at the highest level and was in first place in the freestyle.
“It is unbelievable what Glamourdale does in the Small Tour”, rejoices Anne van Olst. “He was a bit more tired in the Intermediaire I than in the Prix st. Georges, that is also possible with such a young horse. Glamourdale has a great attitude. He gives everything in the ring. I would not know what could be improved, I think there is no better horse in the Small Tour right now. Glamourdale has all the qualities of the world and is received positively. ”
Glamourdale comes from the proven combination of Lord Leatherdale from a Negro mother. Joop Rodenburg from Ouderkerk aan den IJssel bred the strongly moving black from his preferent Thuja, she is known as the full sister of the international Grand Prix horse Numberto.
Everdale international debut
The KWPN stallion Everdale (Lord Leatherdale from Aliska K elite EPTM-dres PROK, breeder P. Kluytmans from Tilburg) ran to 70.41 percent in the CDI3 * Grand Prix and was able to win the freestyle to music with 76 percent. “Everdale was fresh,” Anne continues. “In the beginning, the trot tour was therefore a bit careful. He walked with great ease and power in the freestyle. It is his first international Grand Prix, but the ease with which he plays with the heavy exercises is great. A good day for us all! ”
Glamourdale: Lord Leatherdale x Negro x Ahorn-Breeder; J. Rodenburg, Oudenkerk aan den IJssel
Everdale: Lord Leatherdale x Negro x El Corona-Breeder; P. Kluytmans, Tilburg (foto)