Four dressage stallions were approved for breeding for the Hanoverian society following a Hanoverian Under-Saddle Stallion Licensing in Adelheidsdorf, Germany, on 9 October 2012.
The stallions were presented in hand, on hard surface, under saddle as well as in freedom. Only four stallions were accepted to Hanoverian breeeding:
The 5-year old Oldenburg reserve licensing champion Dante Weltino (by Danone I x Welt Hit II x Noble Roi xx). Under Swedish Therese Nilshagen, Danone competed in the L-level tests. He is owned by the Lodbergen dressage centre and bred by Olaf Bahls.
The 6-year old Oldenburg Furst Wilhelm (by Furst Heinrich x Sandro Hit x De Niro) is owned by Gestut Sprehe and has been competed by Lukas Fischer, who qualified the black stallion for the 2012 Bundeschampionate. He was also Oldenburg regional champion.
The versatile bred Caprisonne (by Contendro I x Cavalier x Don Fernando I) is owned by Ralf Fehlhaber and stood as 70-day Stallion Perofrmance Test winner as a 3-year old.
The 3-year old Sarotti Mocca-Sahne (by Soliman de Hus x Lauries Crusador xx x Rotspon) is bred by Jörg Bätje and owned by Gestüt Eichengrund. He finished 7th at the 2012 Hanoverian Young Horse Championships.
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