Monica Theodorescu's Whisper Wins the 2007 Otto Lörke Preis

Tue, 11/20/2007 - 00:00
German Dressage News

The chestnut Baden Wurttemberger bred gelding Whipser won the 2007 Otto Lörke Prize at the 2007 CDI Stuttgart in Germany, on Sunday November 18, 2007. Rider Monica Theodorescu, owner Ann Kathrin Linsenhoff and his trainer the late Georg Theodorescu

were honoured for having produced the most talented upcoming Grand Prix horse up to 10 years of age in Germany, to which the Otto Lörke prize is dedicated.

The 9-year old Whisper is bred by Lothar Wanner from Wangen, Germany, and is by Welt Hit I x Weltstar x Elfenglanz. In 2005, the chestnut was the winner of the Nurnberg Burgpokal Qualifier and in 2007 he was part of the German team that won team silver at the European Dressage Championships in Turin, Italy.

Monica Theodorescu and Ann Kathrin Linsenhoff received the Otto Lorke Prize from Klaus Rheinberger (stepfather of Ann Kathrin Linsenhoff), who is president of the Liselott Schindling Foundation for the Promotion of Dressage. Theodorescu received a check of 1,500 euro which was granted to the trainer of the horse, the late Georg Theodorescu.

Photo courtesy: Stuttgart German Masters

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