Sir Max, New Future Prospect for Jessica von Bredow-Werndl

Tue, 11/06/2018 - 09:52
Alexandra Sessler and Sir Max at the 2018 World Young Horse Championships :: Photo © Astrid Appels

Jessica and Benjamin Werndl's Dressage Stable Aubenhausen in the South of Germany has acquired a half ownership share in Tim Koch's 7-year old Hanoverian bred Sir Max. 

Sir Max is by St. Moritz Junior out of Deliness (by Del Piero x Weltmeyer x Lemon xx). He is bred by Tanja Finck.

The bay gelding was first competed as a 4-year old by Marc-Oliver Blessing. In 2016 Kristina Olson took over and in 2017 it was Alexandra Sessler who took him through M-level up to developing Prix St Georges.

Under Sessler Sir Max competed at the 2018 World Young Horse Championships in Ermelo, The Netherlands, in August. The pair finished 8th in the 7-year old Finals. Their last show together was the CDN Donaueschingen mid August. 

The Werndl family has now acquired a half share in the ownership of Sir Max and the horse will be Jessica von Bredow-Werndl's ride.

"He arrived just before the World Equestrian Games. He's a great future prospect," Werndl told Eurodressage.

Photo © Astrid Appels

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