Glamourdale hengst

Glamourdale rocks stallionshow in Verden

Last Sunday there was a stallion show in Verden for “private stallion owners” from Germany and the Netherlands.

At the invitation of the Hanoverian Studbook, Glamourdale was invited to present himself as the closing of the evening. The German breeders can be described as connoisseurs who do not hide their appreciation for a horse. During the presentation of the stallions, the crowd showed its enthusiasm regularly, but the real apotheosis came when that one black stallion entered the arena…

Below a short video of Glamourdale during his performance:

Glamourdale majestic in Inter I CHIO Aachen + VIDEO

Friday night, July 19, Glamourdale (Lord Leatherdale x Negro) and Charlotte Fry started for the second time in Aachen. In the Intermédiaire I the former champion KWPN Champion went on the 80%.

In the Small Tour coming 80% but rarely and in Aachen are also not the least members of the jury. Glamourdale later did it tonight with Charlotte Fry and scored another thick 80 also: on 80.412%, the five jury members and Magnus Ring mark from Sweden even came to 82.206%. Gertjan van Olst was last Thursday already deep impressed when pride ourselves Glamourdale (Lord Leatherdale x Negro) won the Prix St. Georges. Horses he had already previously in Aachen, but a horse that has never won. “And that is very special,” he said just after the prize-giving ceremony of the Prix St. Georges.







Glamourdale wins Small Tour Aachen with force majeure

During the CHIO Aachen that started today with the Small Tour, the victory went unanimously to World Champion Glamourdale (Lord Leatherdale x Negro) with Charlotte Fry.

In the Prix St. Georges Prize or VUV-Vereinigte Unternehmerverbände Aachen, Glamourdale scored the first 2 tens of the 2019 edition. The large-scaled trotting halfpasses and the very impressive canter tour were good for very high points. With a 6% lead on number two, Glamourdale and Charlotte Fry are the undisputed winners.

Glamourdale: Lord Leatherdale x Negro x Ahorn-Fokker; J. Rodenburg, Ouderkerk ad IJssel

Charlotte Fry to CHIO Aken

Den Hout
Charlotte Fry is included in the English Team that will participate in the CHIO Aachen (17-21 July).

Charlotte Fry will start with Dark Legend (by Zucchero) in the CDI 5 * Tour (Team Competition). The stallion Everdale (by Lord Leatherdale) starts in the CDI 4 * Grand Prix Tour and “World Champion” Glamourdale (by Lord Leatherdale) will start in the international Small Tour categories.

DarkLegend: Zucchero x Tango x Doruto-Breeder; Fam. Nobus-De Potter, Eede
Everdale: Lord Leatherdale x Negro x El Corona-Breeder; P. Kluytmans, Tilburg
Glamourdale: Lord Leatherdale x Negro x Ahorn-Breeder; J. Rodenburg, Ouderkerk Aan Den IJssel

Everdale and Glamourdale

Den Hout 04-07-2019

By participating in the CHIO Aachen, the stallions Everdale (Lord Leatherdale x Negro) and Glamourdale (Lord Leatherdale x Negro) will only be available through frozen semen on days 18, 19 and 20 July.

Glamourdales with 85 points canter

During the studbook recording in Winschoten on July 2, two daughters of Glamourdale (Lord Leatherdale x Negro) scored remarkably high for their canter.

The Glamourdale daughter Lola (out of Ganzania BH PROK by Belissimo M, breeder M.P.H. Pouwels from Agelo) of H.A. Schaaf-Linthorst from Hellendoorn became ster with 75/80. “This is a youthful mare with charisma and a very good canter. She gallops lightly, with a lot of balance and ease, and can already change well, “says Dirksen. Lola received 85 points for the canter. The Glamourdale-daughter Keecie Waldie (out of Truwaldie ster of Gribaldi) from breeder A. Hoving of Garmerwolde obtained exactly the same points. “This is also a very good galloping daughter from Glamourdale. She is in good rectangular model and has a good front. She is very active in canter, has a lot of power, print and balance. Her light-footedness and leg technique stand out positively in the trot. ”

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Glamourdale daughter takes the title at CK Utrecht

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”.


Glamourdale daughter to NMK

Two dressage mares were invited to the NMK at the central inspection of the Young KWPN on June 14 in Ermelo.

There were five star mares to celebrate with the dressage horses. Three three-year-old horses returned to the CK. The very charming Lucienne (Glamourdale x UB 40) came in second. She has a lot of charisma with an extra front and a lot of print. The mare showed a few extra good moments. She became a star with twice 80 points. Third was Negro daughter Lonette KB from Kim van den Bogaard.

Kalista (Fairytale x Donnerhall) of Henk Hutten became champion of the older dressage horses, who also became an elite.

Lucienne: Glamourdale x UB40 x Farn-Breeder; Fam. van Os
Lonette KB: Negro x Flemmingh x Jazz-Breeder; K. van den Bogaard
Kalista: Fairytale x Donnerhall x Akzent II-Breeder; H. Hutten

Glamourdale en Everdale rule in Compiègne

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. ”

Proven combination
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)


More than 77% international LT debut Glamourdale: “It’s just fantastic”

World champion Glamourdale (Lord Leatherdale x Negro) made his international Small Tour debut in a very convincing way on CDI Compiègne. Charlotte Fry sent the impressive stallion to 77.353% and thus holds the lead of the Prix St. Georges. Trainer Anne van Olst could not have been more proud: “He is just fantastic.”

“He does everything in the ring. Maybe one pirouette could have been a little nicer, but whether he had received 75%, 77% or 85%, it is incredibly good what he does. The twists and turns were perfect in the same rhythm and it was wonderful to see, “says Anne van Olst enthusiastically. The Danish jury member Susanne Baarup, who also judged the 2016 Olympic Games, among other things, scored 82.353%. “Lottie has fantastic horses under saddle. It always looks light and unforced and the horses find it very pleasant to work with her. Gertjan has always had a lot of faith in his breeding and it is almost unbelievable that it will come true. ”
Van Olst is enthusiastic about Glamourdale’s Grand Prix talent. “He shows very good things in the training. He is used sparingly this year because he is also fully available for breeding. ”