Swedish Dressage Horses Belamour and Ramstein Sold Abroad

Wed, 01/18/2012 - 09:32
Swedish Dressage News

Swedish website Tidningen Ridsport reported that Swedish dressage horses Belamour and Ramstein have both sold abroad. The licensed stallion Belamour is moving to Norway, the rising small tour gelding Ramstein to Germany.

The 8-year old Westfalian branded chestnut stallion Belamour (by Belissimo M x Lord Sinclair) sold to the Norwegian Alexandra Andresen. Belamour was owned by Flyinge state stud and competed by Susanne Gielen at the 2009 and 2010 World Young Horse Championships in Verden, Germany. Andresen's mother Kristin also owns stallions Cabachon, Crelido and De Noir and has a co-operation with the Danish stallion owner Ib Kirk.

German dressage rider Falk Rosenbauer got the ride on the 7-year old Swedish warmblood gelding Ramstein (by Rubinrot x Michellino). Sponsors acquired the horse for Falkrosenbauer from the Swedish breeders and owners. Ramstein was competed in the Swedish young horse classes by Malin Ljungcrantz. The combination finished 12 in the 6-year old finals of the 2011 Swedish Young Horse Championships in Flyinge.

Source: Tidningen Ridsport
Photo © David Svensson

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