Van Ingelgems Sell Their Top Mounts Bravurnik, Doncaster and Dom Perignon

Thu, 08/01/2002 - 00:00
Belgian Dressage News

Belgian Grand Prix riders Stefan and Carmen van Ingelgem recently sold three of their top mounts.

Grand Prix horse Bravurnik, a black Anglo Hannoverian gelding by Razbavitel, was sold to Meiko Yagi from Japan in June. Yagi who will be showing the Russian mount, is trained by the Englishman Ferdi Eilberg.

The liver chestnut Doncaster (pictured right), finalist at the 2000 World Championships for Young Dressage Horses and competed by young rider Tom Franckx in 2001 was sold to England. Sarah Dwyer is currently riding the Donnerhall offspring in the English dressage show circuit. In February, the combination scored 66.85% in the Frankley International Medium Open class at the Horse and Hound Winter Semi Final Dressage Championships at Addington Manor Equestrian Center.

Van Ingelgem's young horse Dom Perignon, a black Hanoverian gelding, has als been sold to England and left the Van Ingelgem barn on July 17, 2002.