Only 10 days after the announcement of the sale of Soliman de Hus to Karim Barake, the 11-year old licensed Hanoverian stallion Soliman de Hus sold again. Marc Boblet and his long time sponsors, the Dallara family, acquired Soliman as Marc's new Grand Prix ride.
Soliman (by Sandro Hit x Donnerhall x Alabaster) is bred by Kerstin Albers-Büker and was bought by Karim Barake from Haras de Hus less than two weeks ago.
The Dallara family, owners of Marc's number one Grand Prix horse Noble Dream, has now co-invested in the stallion.
"Marc is ecstatic to have this quality stallion under saddle," said Dallara. "It's a serious addition to his string of horses."
Soliman de Hus will fill the empty box that Marc's rising Grand Prix horse Well Done de la Roche CMF had left. The Swiss bred (by Fürstentraum x Walt Disney) arrived in Marc's stable 18 months ago and he trained the horse up to Grand Prix level. One month ago owner Françoise Tremblaye decided to allocate the ride on Well Done to Marc's trainer Patrik Kittel.
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