Katrin Burger's Grand Prix horse Sempre-Si has been sold to Australian young rider Jasmine Haynes. She is currently in quarantine and will then move to Maree Tomkinson's barn.
Sempre Si is a 12-year old Hanoverian mare by Sir Donnerhall I out of Donna Saniza (by Don Davidoff x Sandro Hit x Espri).
She is bred by Paul Schockemöhle and was owned by Harald Hohmann.
The black mare was first competed as a 3-year old youngster by Volker Möller in 2010. In 2015 Isabel Hohmann took over the ride and showed her at M-level through small tour. The pair competed once internationally, in the Amateur tour at the 2018 CDI Wiesbaden.
In the autumn of 2018 Katrin Burger took over the reins and introduced her to Grand Prix level competition. Their first start together was in the Inter II at the CDN Ankum in November 2018. This year she showed her at local events in Pforzheum, Walldorf, Zeutern, Schutterwald and Nieder-Wiesen, but they also competed at the CDI Mannheim in May, where they were 24th in the Grand Prix with 67.391% and 6th in the Freestyle with 69.725%.
The black Sempre-Si has now been sold as a young riders' horse and future Under 25 ride for 15-year old Jasmine Haynes.
"Sempre-Si will stay with me for a few weeks and then go to live with Jasmine with my help," Maree Tomkinson told Eurodressage.