New date for Van Olst Sales online foal auction

This year, Van Olst Sales Online will again organize a foal auction for its customers who have a foal by a “Van Olst” stallion. After the good results of recent years, in which many foals were sold for very good prices, the next auction will take place on July 25, 2022.
If there is sufficient interest, a second auction will take place on August 15 or August 22. This will be announced at a later stage, as well as the date of the selection / video day.

You can register your foal via the site:

If you have any questions about the auction or the selection procedure, please contact us via or by telephone on 0162-429360

Lottie and Everdale to place 7 on FEI World Ranking Dressage

Charlotte Fry and her Everdale are now in 7th place in the last published FEI World Ranking Dressage. This is the highest place they have been in their career so far! In addition, Everdale is also the highest placed KWPN stallion in this list…
In addition to Everdale, she is also in the list with Dark Legend in place 15. Glamourdale, who already made a giant leap last month, has now moved on to place 21.
This makes her the only rider in the world who is represented in the top 25 of the world with three horses!

Horses and Dreams meets Canada

For the first time since the outbreak of the Corona Pandemic, Horses and Dreams is back in its completely original version. About 600 horses are on the showgrounds of the Kasselmann family in Hagen, Germany. The set-up of the competition is as usual: Spacious stands, shops, restaurants… Really everything has been thought of!

Charlotte Fry will start with three horses: Dark Legend in the 4* Grand Prix for the freestyle, Everdale in the 4* Grand Prix for the special and his son Inclusive in the 3* Grand Prix for the special.
The youngest of the three is Inclusive and he was the first to enter the arena. The 9-year-old son of Everdale, bred by the Enting family from Grolloo out of an Uptown mare, competed for the second time in the international Grand Prix. With highlights such as the piaffe, passage and the extended trot and canter, but also some points for improvement, he scored 71.065%. Again a new PB for this combination!

The day after, Inclusive was again the first to participate, but this time for the Grand Prix Special. Awake and fresh as always, he marched through his first Special at international level. Again a score of more than 71%, a more than successful debut in this competition!

In the afternoon it is Everdale’s turn. After the European Championship, which also took place in these arenas, it’s the first time that Everdale is competed. The test seemed more relaxed, in a good frame, shows a piaffe out of the book and no mistakes. Everdale is on his way to a super form. The total score is exactly 74%, which might have been 2% more…

On Friday the dressage will continue with the Grand Prix for the Freestyle in which Dark Legend will appear at the start. The 4* Special will be held on Saturday afternoon and the 4* Freestyle to music is on the program for Saturday evening.


Charlotte Fry with third horse in top thirty FEI World Ranking

Charlotte Fry has climbed from place 120 to 27 in the FEI World Ranking with Glamourdale (Lord Leatherdale x Negro). This means that the only 26-year-old rider has her third (!) horse in the top thirty. She takes ninth place with Everdale and fifteenth with Dark Legend. The results of CDI Opglabbeek have not even been included in the new version of the world ranking, so there is a good chance that Fry and Glamourdale will climb even further towards the top ten of the ranking next month.

Fantastic weekend in Opglabbeek for Van Olst Horses

After Lottie already set a new personal record during the Grand Prix with Glamourdale and with Inclusive, she closed the weekend in an unparalleled way.
With Glamourdale, the former world champion, she once again set a big personal record of no less than 80.979% in the Grand Prix Special! An absolute record for Lottie, who has never scored so high in the Special with her other Grand Prix horses. With no less than 6.5% ahead of the number two, she managed to win this class!

Inclusive also managed to qualify for the Freestyle to music. This 9 year old talent ran the very first freestyle in his life and crowned this debut with debut with 73.975%! An amazing achievement for a horse at such a young age!

Photo: Inclusive

April 17 (Easter Day) live stallion show Van Olst Horses – Den Hout

Last April 1, Van Olst Horses broadcast his “stallion presentation” online. You will be able to watch this 1.5-hour online “stallion presentation” via

In addition to this online “stallion show”, Van Olst Horses has its own “live” stallion show on Sunday afternoon, April 17 (1st Easter day) at 2 pm.

This is the opportunity for the breeder who would like to see the stallions up close and live. All Van Olst stallions will be shown under saddle with the exception of the Grand Prix toppers Everdale and Glamourdale. These 2 stallions are often at competitions with Lottie Fry. Their qualities are well known.

Of course, these great stallions can be admired in their stable.

Weather permitting, the intention is to have the stallion show in the outdoor arena.

Glamourdale hengst

Glamourdale to victory in Opglabbeek!

This week the CDI will take place in Opglabbeek at the impressive Sentower Park.
The Grand Prix has 44 combinations at the start, where you can choose to ride the Special or the Freestyle to music.
Inclusive, Everdale’s 9-year-old son, made his international debut here. The outdoor season also started this weekend, so the combination had to do their test in icy wind and drizzle. With several highlights in the test, including the piaffe, but also room for improvement, the score came to 69.087%.

A day later it was Glamourdale’s turn, the icy wind was still there but now the rain had turned to snow… But the weather conditions didn’t seem to affect this duo. Glamourdale excelled in the extended work, showed good piaffes and passages and managed to win the class with a new personal best of 77.696%!

Franka Loos to Van Olst Horses

Den Hout – The successful Dutch rider Franka Loos started working at Van Olst Horses in Den Hout on the 1stof March.
Van Olst Horses is no stranger to Franka. Previously, Franka had been a permanent stable rider in Den Hout for over 2.5 years and was successful with the stallions Giovanni, George Clooney and Crosby.
In the past 2 years, Franka was successful as an independent rider with Las Vegas, among others, with which she won the Pavo Cup twice and the stallion competition twice. The combination also scored very high in the final at the World Championships in Verden.
Franka’s first public appearance at Van Olst Horses started well. With the stallion Niro’s Enjoy she won the class for four-year-old dressage horses in Berlicum. She is now also a combination with the KWPN stallion and performance topper Nalegro and expectations for the future are high.
Besides fellow stable rider Lottie Fry, who rides under the English flag, Franka Loos will try to defend the Dutch flag at Van Olst Horses.

Photo: Nalegro

Lottie and Darkie again to a new personal best

The Dutch Masters is one of the highlights of the Dutch competition season. A World Cup competition for both dressage and jumping takes place in the “Bossche” Brabanthallen. Charlotte Fry is here at the start with Dark Legend. During this competition the “short” Grand Prix is on the program.
Lottie and Dark Legend (Zucchero x Tango, breeder fam Nobus-de Potter from Eede) rode a very strong test in which they achieved a score of 76.447%. This score is a new personal record for this duo.
With this score she finished third in the final standings behind “queen of dressage” Isabell Werth and reigning Olympic and European champion Jessica von Bredow-Werndl.

Photo: Dark Legend

Glamourdale to 78.681% in Grand Prix Special in Lier

The weekend of March 5 was dominated by the international CDI at the Azelhof in Lier, Belgium. Charlotte Fry had 3 horses with her: The young talents Especial s. Everdale (breeder C. van Bavel), Don Joe s. Diëgo (breeder Van Olst Horses) and Glamourdale s. Lord Leatherdale (breeder J.W. Rodenburg).

Especial competed in the Prix st. Georges with two good tests. Don Joe participated in the international 3* Grand Prix for the first time and showed a solid test. Don Joe is still young and shows a lot of talent in the tests and now gets the time to slowly gain more experience.

Glamourdale, the world champion of 2018, had to get into his rhythm a bit in the Grand Prix. A few small mistakes reduced the score but with 74.391% it was still a very good score! In the Grand Prix Special he showed why he belongs at this level! With several tens from different juries for different parts and many nines, the score rose to 78.681% and a very deserved first place!

Photo Glamourdale