Tessa Frank Gets Ride on Sarotti Mocca Sahne

 
Thu, 10/12/2017 - 19:41
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Mike Habermann on Sarotti Mocca Sahne in 2014
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Hanoverian Breeding News

German professional dressage rider Tessa Frank has obtained the ride on a first "famous" horse since leaving Gestut Nymphenburg to start her independent business. Frank got the ride on the Hanoverian licensed stallion Sarotti Mocca Sahne.

Sarotti Mocca Sahne is bred by Jörg Bätje and is by Soliman de Hus out of Lifetime (by Lauries Crusador xx x Rotspon). The sport rights to the stallion are owned by H.J. Armburst of Gestut Eichengrund, while the breeding rights belong to Celle. The Mocca part of the stallion's name is often spelled Mokka, but offially his name is registered with a double c.

The dark bay stallion already had a string of riders on his back. After getting licensed and completing his stallion performance testing, he was first competed by Ole Köhler, then Anna-Maria Köpke and Mike Habermann. In 2014 Helen Langehanenberg got the ride but because she got pregnant, the horse was sent to Franziska Beckmann for training and then to Theresa Eickhorst. At the beginning of 2017 the stallion returned to Helen Langehanenberg for a period, but then went back home.

Zuchterforum reported that Tessa Frank will now continue the horse's career as its seventh official rider. The 8-year old has been trained and competed at S-level.

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