Everdale available through fresh semen

For the Grand Prix stallion Everdale and Charlotte Fry the focus for this year is on possible participation in the Olympic Games in Tokyo. That is why Van Olst Horses decided to make Everdale (by Lord Leatherdale x Negro, breeder P. Kluitmans) available to breeders this year only by means of frozen semen.

However, now that the Corona virus gives a lot of uncertainty about, among other things, the continuation of the coming competition season (and therefore also about the Olympic Games), Everdale is immediately available to the breeders through fresh semen (EU). We keep a close eye on the developments surrounding the Olympic Games.

Everdale and Lottie are in great shape and continue to train according to schedule, which means for now that all options are kept open for both sport and breeding.

Stallionpresentation april 10th now online

As everyone knows, the Corona virus is gripping the whole world. We also take our responsibility in this. After the show in Exloo that has been canceled, we have now decided to cancel the show in Den Hout. In order to be able to present our stallions, we have decided in consultation with ClipMyHorse to broadcast an online presentation of all stallions that would otherwise also be shown in the show. This presentation can be seen on Friday evening April 10 from 7.30 pm and will also be shown online for free in the media library of ClipMyHorse.

 

Inverness (s. Everdale) sold

The talented 7 year old stallion Inverness (v. Everdale x Johnson x Variant, breeder Y.M.M. van Maasacker) was sold by his owners Van Olst Horses and Lickley Horses UK. The new owner is the Korean company W. Horseland. Inverness will remain in the Netherlands and will be trained and shown by Brecht D’Hoore in the future.

Inverness was bought as a foal at the Limburg Foal Auction by the combination Van Olst / Lickley.

As a 3-year-old, Inverness has been KWPN approved and registered for breeding after a very good performance test. Last year (2019) Inverness showed a very good collection of foals. Over the years Inverness has been carefully trained at Van Olst Horses. The Everdale son already showed his special talents during his training.

Brecht D’Hoore: “I am very happy with the opportunity to ride this stallion! We have been a combination for 2 weeks now and we are starting to know each other. Inverness is a horse with a lot of talent and a real personality. We are going to take the time to get to know each other well and he seems to have a lot to offer for the Grand Prix. I am extremely grateful to the people of W. Horseland for giving me such an opportunity as a rider. ”

Inverness remains available for breeding via Van Olst Horses.

 

Photo: Inverness stallion presentation Den Bosch with Charlotte Fry

Stallion show Exloo (van Olst Horses – Reinie Tewis) canceled

The Stallion Show in Exloo, planned on Friday evening 20 March, the combination Van Olst – Tewis Horses, has been canceled due to the recent Corona developments and government advice.

For the time being, the date of the Stallion Show of “Van Olst Horses” in Den Hout on Friday April 10 will remain on the agenda.

Negro son Indigro wins Dutch Championship at Z1 level

Jennifer Sekreve started today at the KHNS Indoor Championships in the Z1 with the black stallion Indigro (by Negro x Jazz x Ulft, breeder J. Deenen from Heijen). With more than 71%, the combination won the championship title. “I was already very satisfied after the test”, the rider responds.

“The last weeks in the training went very well, I am happy that I could show it now,” says Sekreve. Indigro is a real test horse. When he comes in, he puts those ears on and he really wants to do it for you. ”

 

Source: Hoefslag

Glamourdale hengst

Inter II debut for Glamourdale

Last Saturday a subtop competition was organized in Oud Gastel.

Glamourdale, among others Prix st. Georges winner in Aachen with over 80%, World Champion 7-year-old dressage horses and Champion of the stallion approval in Den Bosch came here to debut in the Intermediate II. The black eye-catcher was ridden by Lottie and they performed great. A counting error in the singel changes pushed the score a bit, but in the end a good 74% appeared on the scoreboard, which was good for a deserved first place!

The first step has been made at the highest level and the future to the Grand Prix looks very promising!

Glamourdale, Lord Leatherdale x Negro x Ahorn, breeder JW Rodenburg from Ouderkerk aan de IJssel

4th place in GP Freestyle

On Saturday afternoon the freestyle took place during the FEI World Cup in Gothenburg. After a fantastic 2nd place in the Grand Prix, Lottie was allowed to start 10th here. With a good 81.030% she left the arena very satisfied, after all, this was a new personal best! This turned out to result in a 4th place in this strong field of participants.

Lottie and Darkie score a fantastic personal best!

76,413%

With this top result, Lottie achieved a more than fantastic second place on Friday at the FEI World Cup in Gothenburg.

With superb Dark Legend v. Zucchero bred by the Nobus-De Potter family, they achieved a top score of 76,413%, which was good for a new personal record!

On Saturday afternoon, the freestyle will begin at 4.30 p.m. with Lottie and Dark Legend being the 10th to start. This will be around 6.20 p.m.

 

Great foal by Kjento born

The first foals are born this year and we are regularly kept informed by proud breeders, which we appreciate very much.

On the photo a 4 day old Kjento foal bred by mrs. Knol out of a Sir Donnerhall x Royal Diamond x Krack C mare.

Congratulations with this beautiful foal!

 

NAF Dressage Talent Berlicum

The 5 year old gelding Kenndale v. Everdale continues to perform well under the saddle of Nora van Houtem-Vos. Yesterday, the black eyecatcher, bred by Wim van Driel from Loosbroek, won the NAF Dressage Talent Berlicum in a convincing way.

After finishing at a great 3rd place last month in the final of the Subli Cup during Jumping Amsterdam, they managed to win this competition for the second time in a row. Mara De Vries and Alex van Silfhout gave no less than 91 points to Kenndale. Guest rider Dinja van Liere gave the highest points that can be given: the ultimate 100 points!

“After the third time under saddle I started riding him myself. His character and willingness to work make him unique. Every day he wants to be there for me and it is a very sympathetic horse. You only have to try something once, then he understands and does it, and he always enjoys the work, is very good and has three great gaits: what else do you want? There is a lot of potential in Kenndale and he picks up the work very easily, I don’t sell him! ” Nora said.

Third with 82 and 80 points was also a son of Everdale: Kings-Dream WH (mv.Gribaldi). This talent also has a half brother who competes at  Grand Prix. The black gelding also won a competition for young dressage horses last year. Kings-Dream WH appeared first this morning in the ring ridden by Brecht D’Hoore. He and Dominique D’Hoore ride several horses for the owners of Kings-Dream WH from South Korea.

The Everdale son Kazan A scored under Aniek de Laat a total of 81 points. The dam of this Kazan A is a full sister of the Grand Prix horse Kingsley Vinzar.

Today, Sunday, the program continues with the four-year-olds.

Source: Hoefslag