‘Everdale and Charlotte Fry shine at Olympia’

The Grand Prix for the World Cup was on Monday at the prestigious Olympia competition in London.

When Charlotte Fry and Everdale (by Lord Leatherdale x Negro x El Corona) came in as the seventh starter, the “leading score” stood at 72.395%. The super talented Everdale seems to enjoy the difficult exercises and executed them with ease. Charlotte managed to take over the leader with a final score of 75.368%, which obtained a great 3rd place, with a very small difference with number two, Carl Hester with Hawtins Delicato 75.789%. The final winner was Charlotte Dujardin with Mount St John Freestyle.

The audience was very enthusiastic and the applause broke out after the 23-year-old Fry said only hello! “I’m still shaking, but it was great here…it was really fantastic. I can hardly believe that I am sitting next to Carl and Charlotte during the press conference. This is our best test and best score so far, “Charlotte said for the first time in Olympia.


The Kur of Music World Cup will be broadcast live tonight (17-12-2019) at 19.25 English time, 20.25 Dutch time, via BBC Sport.

Image: Everdale – Charlotte Fry

Everdale: v. Lord Leatherdale x Negro x El Corona, Breeder: Dhr. P. Kluytmans – Tilburg

Winners in Emmeloord!! Jereon Leatherdale (v. Lord Leatherdale) & Kuvasz RSZ (v. Glamourdale)

The qualification competition for the Subli-Cup in Emmeloord took place on Saturday 12 October. Jeroen Leatherdale G (by Lord Leatherdale x Negro x Nimmerdor bred by: C.v.Gorkum - Udenhout) was the winner of the five-year-old competition. With a top score of 83.4 points, the impressive Lord Leatherdale son won the class under Charlotte Fry.

The KWPN / NRPS stallion Jayson (by Johnson x Negro x Wisconsin, bred by: Mr. Verschuren - Berkel Enschot) also showed his qualities under Charlotte Fry.
Jayson scored a beautiful 80.8 score, which resulted in a nice 4th place, despite an interpretation error in the test that resulted in a 1 point deduction.

Among the four-year-olds the victory was awarded to the impressive Kuvasz RSZ (by Glamourdale x De Niro x Sandro Song, bred by: de Havikerwaard - De Steeg). This high-quality Glamourdale son scored 82.4 points under Marieke van der Putten.

There was also a good result for four-year-old Kenndale (by Everdale x Special D x Goodtimes, bred by: Mr. W van Driel - Loosbroek). The impressive Everdale gelding who, under his regular rider Nora van Houtum, was the best gelding in the Pavo-Cup final, finished solid in fifth place.

Also not to go unmentioned, was the 7th place achieved by Karanto-Pomona (by Negro x Tango x
00 Seven, bred by: N. van Hunnik - Zetten) ridden by Roselinde Heck.

Photo: Jayson (sired by Johnson x Negro) ridden by Charlotte Fry

Glamourdale hengst

Layla by Glamourdale claims the best score IBOP Panningen

From the five successful dressage mares, the three-year-old filly owned by J. Ummels out of Helmond sired by Glamourdale and out of the mare Zhakira ster by Rousseau (bred by H. van de Bogaard from Aarle Rixtel) took the best score. With and 8.5 for the canter and the rideability/trainability bringing her to a total of 81.5 points. “This large framed mare is a star for the future. She goes under the saddle with three good basic gates and has an uphill canter. She has a lot of power, and shows a constant attentiveness in her work and is already very finely ridden and trained.”, said inspector Petro Trommelen, together with Floor Dröge and Arnold Kootstra who judged the jumpers.

Busy Transfer window at Van Olst Horses

The transfer window at Van Olst Horses, much like the transfer window in football, is currently up and running.

Stable rider Franka Loos, has decided to take on a new challenge, and therefore will stop her activities at Van Olst Horses from 1st September 2019.

Stable rider Antonio Laiz Zandio, alongside his brother, have set up a company in Mierlo. This company now demands so much attention from him that the work as well as traveling to and from Den Hout has become too much, so the decision to stop his activities at Van Olst Horses has been made.

Manager Goffe- Nill van der Zeijden and Van Olst Horses have jointly agreed that the activities of Goffe- Nill will also come to an end from 1st September 2019.

Van Olst Horses would like to thank these wonderful people for all their efforts, and wish them plenty of prosperity and happiness in their future endeavours.

Meanwhile, the Spaniard Alvaro Gomez Pavon has made his debut in Den Hout. Alvaro Gomez Pavon is one of the new stable riders at Van Olst Horses. Alvaro previously has enjoyed his training with the Spanish Olympic rider Jordi Domingo.

At Van Olst Horses there is still room for a stable rider. We are looking for a rider with most importantly ambition and a good attitude, as well as talent and previous experience (for more information: info@vanolsthorses.com)


Image: Franka Loos & Giovanni during the World Championship 7-year-old dressage horses, 2018

Everdale to end season only available via frozen semen

The 10-year-old black stallion Everdale (Lord Leatherdale x Negro) is until the end of the season only available via frozen semen.

By its strong performance last week at the CHIO Aachen, Charlotte Fry rode him to almost 72% in the CDI3 * Grand Prix and almost 73% in the CDI3 * Special, and their
high scores during their international debut at the CDI Compiègne is the duo on the long list for the British team.
The Europeans are this year from 19th-tm 25th of August organized in Rotterdam.

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

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.



Bron: Horses.nl




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

George Clooney daughter wins Pavo Cup preselection CK Zeeland

At the Central Inspection in Vrouwenpolder the victory in the Pavo Cup for the four-year-olds went to Kurona (by George Clooney). From a group of good horses, four horses could be placed directly for the semi-final in Ermelo.

Of the 9 four-year-old horses, two horses achieved a score above 80 points. “These were two very complete horses with three good gaits and a striking editability,” reacts Marian Dorresteijn, who judged the Pavo Cup together with Jan Wolfs. The winner with 83 points was the George Clooney daughter Kurona (out of Vurona elite pref prest IBOP, sport PROK by Negro, breeder Chr. De Feyter Seydlitz from Axel) owner M. Vanderstappen-Keyzer from Rockanje. This mare was presented in Vrouwenpolder by Marijke van Giesen. “This is a very appealing, blood-made mare that may still be a bit youthful in her body and should have more muscle. She moves remarkably light-footed with a very good hindleg use in all three gaits and a lot of techniek. ”

Source: kwpn.nl

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.