Wednesday April 17 first presentation Van Olst Sales

On Wednesday, April 17, the first presentation of the Van Olst Sales 2019 collection will take place in Den Hout. The presentation will commence at 7.30 p.m.

Van Olst Sales will show the quality collection 2019. A large part of the collection will be presented under saddle, but there will also be a few genetically very interesting mares going on. Of course, our wildcard Fürst Romantico is not missing in this presentation either. Friday April 19 there will also be a presentation that takes place at 3 p.m.
The auction starts on Friday evening at 7.30 p.m.

Sir Donnerhall son starts performance test

The Sir Donnerhall son Lest of Lantana started his spring test today, Monday 15 April.

The performance test will last 50 days this spring. Lest of Lantana was very sympathetically ridden by Franka Loos. The chestnut stallion showed 3 good basic gaits with lots of space, balance and technic. The son of Sir Donnerhall x Hemmingway is bred from a very deserving sport horse line where, apart from international jumpers, also the international dressage horse Cennin from Madeleine Witte comes out. The mother of Lest of Lantana is the ster, preferent performance mare Lantana V. This daughter of Hemingway is also the mother of the international dressage horse Vitana V (by Donnerhall).


Lest of Lantana: Sir Donnerhall x Hemingway x Zuidhorn-Breeder; S. Kleuskens, Horst
Photo: Jacquelien van Tartwijk

Fürst Romantico wildcard Van Olst Sales


Today we have added the 9-year-old stallion Fürst Romantico (Fürst Romancier x Sir Donnerhall I) to our auction collection!

Super interesting: Intermediar I has already started and shows a lot of talent for piaffe and passage. View this beauty on our website.

Video: Equigeniek Paardenfotografie

Winning debut Ferrer-Salat with Negro son Elegance

The CDI3 * in Granada (ESP) was the international debut in the Grand Prix of the Spanish top rider Beatriz Ferrer-Salat with the KWPN bred Elegance. Ferrer-Salat won the Grand Prix with 69,413% and was second in the Special (70,872%) with the son of Negro. Two weeks ago the pair won the Grand Prix and Special nationally with percentages above 70%.

As a three-year-old Elegance was sold to Beatriz Ferrer-Salat. Beatriz also bought Elegance’s full brother, the NRPS approved stallion Nick. Both Nick and Elegance are bred by Van Olst Horses and come from the elite, preferent sport (dres) mare Reina. This daughter of Monaco x Sultan ran herself under the name “The Rose” at international Small Tour level.
The ten-year-old gelding won several young horse classes in Spain and was calmly trained until the Grand Prix. In Granada was the international debut in the Big Tour. In the Grand Prix the combination was first with 69.413%. “I am very happy with Elegance, it was his first international performance and they were not optimal weather conditions,” Ferrer-Salat continued, “so there were moments of excitement, but it is a great horse that is becoming increasingly comfortable in the tests.”

Interesting to note that in the Van Olst Sales collection 2019, two mares from Elegance’s mother will be auctioned. These are number 32 Liza (Nespresso x Monaco x Sultan) and number 36 Lady Rose (Glamourdale x Monaco x Sultan).

Elegance: Negro x Monaco x Sultan-Breeder; Van Olst Horses, Den Hout

Van Olst Sales-mares score well during IBOP

On Friday, April 19, a number of breeding-technically very interesting mares will come under the hammer during the Van Olst Sales 2019. All of them received today in addition to their already received star predicate, also a sufficient score for their performance under saddle during the IBOP test in Turnhout.

In the catalog of the Van Olst Sales 2019 there are not only talented stallions and geldings, but also some very interesting mares. These predominantly 3-year-old mares were all declared ‘ster’ with great points last March and can now also add a sufficient IBOP test. These only three-year-old mares were already riding well on strange terrain by our riders Franka Loos and Benjamin Maljaars. In this way future owners are already very close to an elite / keur mare which can already be a good start for a successful breeding. These mares are also all WFFS-free.

The following mares have passed the IBOP:
Leaulanda I.L.:Glamourdale x Welt Hit II x Zeoliet-Bredder; I. Kruts, Ter Aar 76p
Linda S: Glamourdale x Don Renoir x Brentano II-Breeder; J. Strous, Hunsel 80p
Lady Rose: Glamourdale x Monaco x Sultan-Breeder; Van Olst Horses. Den Hout 75p
Leya-Danka T: Lord Leatherdale x Kennedy x Bustron-Breeder; W. Timmers, Volkel 75p
Lost Gem: George Clooney x Riverman x Gershwin-Breeder; H. van de Boogaard, Aarle Rixtel 76.5p
Lilly LH: Glamourdale x Don Frederico x Walker-Breeder; R. Lickley, Wolverhampton 76.5p
Laida: Everdale x Ferro x G. Ramiro Z-Breeder; M. Streppel, Lemelerveld 76p
Lieke S: Lord Leatherdale x Negro x Jeraldo-Breeder; J. Strous, Hunsel 75p

Photo: Laida (Everdale x Ferro x G. Ramiro Z)




Glamourdale daughter highest points in IBOP

Glamourdale daughter Koco Linda (by Tuschinski) of breeders / owners Jelke and Linda Heida from Wolvega scored again strikingly today.

Last summer, Koco Linda already took a beautiful 4th place during the KWPN Championships in Ermelo. This wild daughter of World Champion Glamourdale (Lord Leatherdale x Negro) ran to the highest score during the IBOP test in Turnhout on Saturday 6 April. Franka Loos sent the extra moving mare to 83.5 points. Walk and canter were assessed with an 8.5 and for the canter she even received a 9.0. No lower than an 8.0 was scored on all other components. A beautiful end result for this young mare.

Koco Linda: Glamourdale x Tuschinski x Voltaire-Breeders; J. & L. Heida, Wolvega

Lord Leatherdale hengst

Offspring of our stallions score in Hoogerheide

During the Subtop competition on Friday, April 5 in Hoogerheide, the offspring of our stallions scored well again.

Charlotte Fry set the highest score in the Prix St. Georges. She rode For Your Eyes Only (by Lord Leatherdale) to 70.294%. Also in second place was a son of Lord Leatherdale: Hyatt with Jeroen Okkema scoring 68.529%. In the ZZ-Z the places were 1.2 and 3 for Britney Schut. First with Deco (by Painted Black) with 68,000%, second with Genius (by Negro) with 66,500% and third with Hello Negro (by Negro) with 66,286%. Hello Negro and Genius were sold as a young horse through the Van Olst Sales, which will shortly take place again in Den Hout on Friday, April 19th.

For Your Eyes Only: Lord Leatherdale x Concorde x Goudsmid
Hyatt: Lord Leatherdale x Rousseau x Flemmingh
Deco: Painted Black x Purioso x Overste
Genius: Negro x Lord Leatherdale x Clavecimbel
Hello Negro: Negro x Don Gregory x Rubinstein I

Painted Black hengst

Painted Black-daughter auction topper EDS

Charming Lady set the record price of 700,000 euros on the Excellent Dressage Sales last night. The twelve-year-old elite mare, who competed with Jeanine Nieuwenhuis in the Grand Prix, has found a new owner in Germany. The daughter of our preferent top producer Painted Black (Gribaldi x Ferro) was a true audience favorite. This very talented mare, who showed an enormous amount of quality in her piaffe and passage tour, offered fast.

Charming Lady: Painted Black x Krack C x Amulet-Breeder; Fam. Naber, Vredeheim

Negro-daughter highest score at IBOP

During the IBOP in Luttenberg in Overijssel, 15 mares succeeded. In terms of points, Lady (by Negro) scored 83.5 points with the dressage horses.

The dressage mares had a high success rate and also an outlier came forward. Veterinarian and team veterinary Edwin Enzerink came out as a breeder / registered for the only three-year-old Lady (Negro from Welcome keur IBOP dres of Krack C), who could subsequently also be declared “ster”. She collected 83.5 points in the IBOP with 9s for both the balance and the ridetability. A striking result for the mare that has to be three years old. “This well-developed mare excelled in her attitude, balance, support and workability. That was strikingly good for such a young mare. The trot and canter are with a lot of leg technique and the image is always beautiful uphill. Lady can already ride and work fantastically well, and is a generous and upward-built mare, “says inspector Henk Dirksen.

Lady: Negro x Krack C x Cocktail-Breeder; E. Enzerink, Someren

Painted Black-daughter wins Ornago (ITA)

Last weekend Morgan Barbançon and Black Pearl made their international debut in the Grand Prix in Ornago, Italy. After an eleventh place in the GP, Barbançon won the Freestyle. In the Grand Prix the percentages were not that high yet, they became eleventh with 67,391%. Things went better in the freestyle and the score was 71.025%. There were still errors in the series, but the trotting guards yielded eight. Afterwards, Morgan Barbançon, who started for France, was happy with the result. “She reminds me a lot of her father,” she said afterwards. Morgan achieved great success with the preferent topproducer Painted Black, including participation in World Equestrian Games and the Olympic Games in London. Under Charlotte Fry, the Painted Black daughter Black Pearl started her international career. As a young horse, Black Pearl was trained by Anne and competed by Fry. Through the Danish Charlotte Heering the now thirteen year old mare came into the hands of Morgan Barbançon.

Black Pearl: Painted Black x Negro x Jeraldo-Breeder; J. Srous, Hunsel
Foto: Painted Black showed in Exloo last weekend, and made a very fit impression by hand.