World Young Horse Champion Dancer Sold to Nadine Krause

Mon, 12/14/2015 - 09:14
Dutch Dressage News

The 2014 World Young Horse Champion Dancer has been sold to German pony rider Nadine Krause, who is making the transition to the junior division in 2016.

Bred by G Roza, the 7-year old Dutch warmblood Dancer (by Vivaldi x Tango) was owned by Valk, Jeroen Witte and Emmelie Scholtens. He is licensed for breeding with the Oldenburg society.

As a 4-year old Dancer placed fourth in the VSN Trophy Finals under Emmelie Scholtens. With Kirsten Brouwer the horse finished 9th at the 2013 World Young Horse Championships in Verden and won the Pavo Cup Finals in Ermelo as a 5-year old. The pair also won the Z1-level Dutch Championships. One year later he became the World Young Horse Champion in Verden as a 6-year old. Emmelie Scholtens took over the ride on Dancer in 2015 and made their show debut in October at ZZ-Zwaar level.

The 16-year old Nadine Krause has now acquired Dancer as her new junior rider's horse. As a pony rider Krause won three times team gold and two times individual silver at the European Pony Championships.

Photo © Astrid Appels

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