German Olympic bronze medallist Heike Kemmer has received the ride on two Danish owned horses Tailormade Temptation and L'Espoir. Kemmer will be in charge of the training and dressage career of both sires.
Ridehesten.com reported that the Danish stallion station Tailormade, which is owned by Norwegian Trine Stiansen, acquired two dressage stallions from Paul Schockemohle in Germany: the 7-year old Sarkozy (by Sandro Hit x Weltmeyer), which was included in the 2011 PSI Auction collection but withdrawn before the auction, and the 6-year old L'Espoir (by Lord Loxley x Warkant). The Rhinelander bred L'Espoir was owned by Schockemohle in partnership wit Per Skjaerbak's Danish station Priess Stutteri, which co-operates closely with Tailormade.
The popular KWPN breeding stallion Tailormade Temptation (by Tuschinski x Haarlem) has been in Germany for a few months already to stand at stud at Schockemohle's station in Mühlen, Germany, for the 2012 breeding season. The dark bay Temptation moved to Kemmer's barn four weeks ago, right after the stallion shows in Vechta.
"We'll see how it works," Danish stallion manager Ib Kirk told St. Georg about the new alliance with Kemmer.
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