Adrenalin Firfod (by Skovens Rafael x Zalmiak Firfod) became the highest scoring dressage stallion of the 2013 Danish Warmblood 35-day Stallion Performance Testing, which concluded at the Tørring Riding center on 5 February 2013.
All six participating stallions passed with more than the required minimum of 750 points.
Four dressage bred stallions and two jumper stallions completed the Danish 35-days performance test with Cantor de la Vie Z (by Clinton x Heartbreaker) obtaining the overall high score of 817.50 points.
The highest scoring dressage stallion was Adrenalin Firfod (by Skovens Rafael x Zalmiak Firfod) which achieved 810.00 points. The KWPN bred Blue Hors Erlando (by Jazz x Rhodium) scored 800.50 points, followed by Dutch warmblood colt Blue Hors Edelman (by Vivaldi x Jazz) with 780.50 points. The liver chestnut Hanoverian De l'Or (by Dancier x Rotspon) scored 772.00 points.
The Danish warmblood society annually holds two stallion performance testings: a big one in the autumn and a smaller one in January for stallions that couldn't make it in the autumn testing, but needed the complete the testing before the upcoming licensing in March.
Complete results here.
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