Everdale son Inclusive wins Subtop debut

On Sunday 2 June Charlotte Fry made her debut with the only six-year-old KWPN stallion Inclusive (by Everdale) winning in the ZZ-Zwaar in Neerijnen with 68.5%.

“Certainly for the first time he did a great job,” says Fry. “He is also doing well at home. ZZ-Zwaar is quite difficult for a six-year-old, but he does it very easily. He knows what to do in the ring and he is very focused. It was still a bit green here and there, but that is still allowed. We already received several high points. For example, we scored a nine for the extended canter and we received several eights for the draft tour ”, she looks back happily.

A nice third place with 64.5% was for Ingrid Malan and Haeden (Chippendale x Haarlem). Haeden was sold as a 3-year-old through the Van Olst Sales.

Inclusive: Everdale x Uptown x Jazz-Fokker; R. Enting, Grolloo
Haeden: Chippendale x Haarlem x Landadel

Negro son Diego leaves a good impression at Dutch Championships

Franka Loos and Giovanni (Chippendale x Scandic) finished 5th in the classification of the Small Tour during the Dutch Championship in Ermelo. In the U25 class, Franka made her debut with the black KWPN approved stallion Diego (Negro x Don Gregory). This still early combination left a very good impression. Unfortunately, they had just a few too many matching errors to achieve a high score, but the quality and potential are certainly there. With more routine in the U25 tests, this combination will definitely score higher.

Watch the Kur on music here during the Dutch Championships on May 24-26.

Diego: Negro x Don Gregory x Rubinstein I-Breeder; M. Berkmortel, Helmond

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. ”


Fantastic international Grand Prix debut Everdale

The CDI Compiegne (FRA) will be held from 16 to 19 May where Charlotte Fry, among others, will launch Everdale.

Everdale (Lord Leatherdale x Negro) and Charlotte Fry today made a fantastic debut in the international Grand Prix during the CDI3 * in Compiegne. In a large field of 32 participants, they were the first to start this morning. With many impressive parts but also some ring inexperience at this level, the duo managed to put down a great test and impressed the jury with 70.41% during their very first international Grand Prix test. “He was a very good boy, and showed so many good things. We are just starting at this level together, so for now I am very satisfied “, says a delighted Lottie.
Our preferent top producer Negro (Ferro x Variant) was strongly represented in the top 5 of the three- stars Grand Prix. The winner was Johnson’s son Eddieni, with the Swedish Malin Wahlkamp-Nilsson, who, like Everdale, was bred from a daughter of Negro.

Everdale: Lord Leatherdale x Negro x El Corona-Breeder; P. Kluytmans, Tilburg

Lord Leatherdale son auction topper

At the Brightwell’s elite auction in Great Britain, Jackson van de Lettencouter (Lord Leatherdale x Fiderhit) raised the most money. The ten-year-old Small Tour gelding was sold to British buyers for £ 52,000 (€ 59,951).

Lord Leatherdale (Lord Loxley x Ferragamo x Anmarsch) always comes forward as the sire of striking offspring. Dolman (Lord Leatherdale x TCN Partout) runs international Grand Prix with Jordi Domingo (ESP) and is in the race for a team place for the European Championship in Rotterdam later this season. In the Prix St. Georges, Glamourdale (Lord Leatherdale x Negro), Graaf Leatherdale T (Lord Leatherdale x Kennedy) and Hyatt (Lord Leatherdale x Rousseau) stand out. The top stallion Everdale (Lord Leatherdale x Negro) now also shows his talents at International Grand Prix level.

George Clooney approved for Hanover

The KWPN and Oldenburg approved stallion George Clooney (De Niro x Wolkentanz) is now also approved for Hanover.

The De Niro son is starting to stand out more and more with his offspring. Last Sunday, May 12, George Clooney and Franka Loos scored over 70% in the Prix St. Georges. He also shows a lot of talent for the toughest exercises at home, such as piaffe and passage. From his first crop, there are several striking horses; Keano (mf. Lord Leatherdale) won the Prinsenstad young horse competition in Delft. Kidman (mf.Lord Leatherdale) gained 90 points for the trot during the studbook recording and Killer (mf.Tolando) regularly scores a top-3 place in young horse competitions. At the Van Olst Sales 2019 his second year of offspring was impressive. Striking was Legolas T (mf.Tolando) who left for the Czech Republic. Also Laptop (mf.Lord Leatherdale) and Legend (mf.Negro) are 2 very striking horses from the second year of George Clooney.George Clooney carries “free” blood for Dutch breeding and brings very modern sport horses with a lot of charis and 3 above average corridors.

George Clooney: De Niro x Wolkentanz x Forrest XX x Western Star
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World champion Glamourdale to dream score with Inter I debut

After Glamourdale (Lord Leatherdale x Negro) and Charlotte Fry won gold last year at the World Championships for Young Dressage Horses in Ermelo, the KWPN stallion no longer appeared in the ring. Last winter there were several stallion shows on his agenda, but at the Subtop competition today in Delft the champion duo made a fantastic return in the ring and at the same time the debut in the Intermédiaire I. That ended with the top score of 76.25% and a big score victory in the combined classification Small Tour.

“It was a long time ago for Glamourdale, but he was really good today. Really amazing! ”, says Charlotte Fry, the British stable rider of Gertjan and Anne van Olst. The duo showed a clear test but the stallion was occasionally just not completely alert to his rider. “Ponies were walking in the meadow next to the ring, which is a bit difficult for a stallion. As a result, he lost his concentration a number of times, but I can’t blame him, “Fry explains. “If there are no ponies next time, it will probably be better.” Four nines appeared on the protocol: for the trotting unit, the extended canter, the halt-salute and the series every three. “We also had many eights and a positive jury comment. I am very happy to be back in the ring with Glamourdale and he really enjoys it too. ”

Van Olst top 3

The Van Olst Riders also won prizes in the rest of the top three. Van Olst rider Franka Loos achieved two scores above 70 percent: with the nine-year-old stallion Furst Romantico (Furst Romancier x Sir Donnerhall), who came in Czech hands at the last edition of the Van Olst Sales, she scored 71.25% de Intermédiaire I. In the Prix St. Georges, Loos sent the KWPN stallion George Clooney (De Niro x Wolkentanz), who was bred in Hanover, to 71.03% and thus the third place in this combined classification. with the KWPN stallion Diego (Negro x Don Gregory) 70.29% in their Intermédiaire II debut. The Grand Prix of Charlotte Fry and Dark Legend (Zucchero x Tango) was good for the third score of 69.78% .

Source: Horses.nl

Dark Legend wins Grand Prix Uden

Dark Legend (Zucchero x Tango) and Charlotte Fry won the Grand Prix in Uden with 71% on Sunday May 5th. In the Small Tour there was also a third place for Charlotte and the Lord Leatherdale son For Your Eyes Only.

“A good preparation for Compiegne”, says a satisfied Charlotte. From May 16 to May 19, the Nations Cup will be held at the CDI5 * in Compiegne in which Charlotte Fry and Dark Legend are included in the Team for Great Britain. “The test in Uden was a great practice to see what we can still work towards in the direction of Compiegne”. In the Small Tour, Fry scored a nice 3rd place with 68.68% with the somewhat enthusiastic For Your Eyes Only. “The series unfortunately broke down and that dropped the score”.

Dark Legend: Zucchero x Tango x Doruto-Breeder; Fam. Nobus-De Potter, Eede
For Your Eyes only: Lord Leatherdale x Concorde x Goudsmid-Breeder; Fam. Van Alphen, Gameren 


Everdale debuts and wins the Grand Prix

On Sunday April 28th the Grand Prix debut of our top stallion Everdale was planned, as well as the upcoming talent Nespresso. In Nispen Everdale showed to have all the qualities to become a very good Grand Prix horse, just like Nespresso who also managed to close his class in a winning way.

The combination scored 70.38 and immediately won the class. “I am so happy with how he did,” said an enthusiastic Charlotte Fry, who also successfully started Everdale at the U25. “He was a bit fresh. This was his first outdoor competition and lately he has run a number of stallion shows with good music. He was a bit too enthusiastic in the extended trot, but otherwise it went very well. He has no weaknesses and runs through the test with such ease. Exercises that I think are still tough, like the zig-zag in the canter, he runs through them without problems. We scored well across the board and we even got 8.5 for the piaffe”.

The Inter II was won by the also debuting Nespresso (Negro x Tenerife) with Anne van Olst. This great stallion ran his very first competition ever. He shows all heavy exercises with great ease and scored 67.35%.

Everdale: Lord Leatherdale x Negro x El Corona-Fokker; P. Kluytmans, Tilburg
Nespresso: Negro x Tenerife x Flemmingh-Fokker; R. van Erp, Oss.

Photo: Everdale and Charlotte Fry