Woodlander Wicked Game, Top Scorer of the 2019 Munich Stallion Suitability Test

Thu, 04/18/2019 - 07:53
Woodlander Wicked Game at the 2017 Hanoverian Stallion Licensing :: Photo © LL-foto

The British bred Hanoverian Woodlander Wicked Game became the top scoring stallion at the 14-day Stallion Suitability test in Munich on 3 - 16 April 2019.

After wining the sport test in Munich in March, Bernd Beisler's chestnut Wicked Game (by Woodlander Wild Child x ) scored the highest overall of 8.35 points, with a 9.08 for dressage and a 7.30 for show jumping. The colt also got 9 for character,8.5 for trot, 9 for canter and 9.5 for walk, 9 for rideability, 6.5 for jumping in freedom and 9.5 under the test rider. 

The second highest scoring stallion was Dovizioso (by Dancier) with an 8.23 overall, after earning 8.91 for dressage and 7.13 for show jumping. He also got 8s and a 9 for character, 9 for trot, 8 for canter, 9.5 for walk, 9 for rideability, 6.5 for jumping in freedom and 9.25 under the test rider. 

The third best scoring stallion was Bourbon (by Baccardi x Lissaro) with an 8.13 overall. He got 8.65 for dressage and 7.2 for jumping.  He was purchased by state studs of Marbach and Celle at the 2018 Westfalian licensing for 144,000 euro.

Stallions have to score a required overall minimum of 7.5 (or above 8 for dressage or show jumping) to maintain their licensed breeding status.

Four dressage stallions failed the testing in Munich. They were Daneborg (by Dimaggio x Sarkozy - 7.35), the Bavarian bred Bailadoro (by Bailando x Imperio - 7.10), Johnny Johnson (by Johnson x Wolkentanz I - 7.2), and Furst Adrian (by Farrell x Diamond Hit - 7.3)

Blue Hors stud's newest acquisition Zen (by Zack x Furst Heinrich) scraped by and passed with the minimum score of 7.50.

Complete results here.

Photo © LL-foto

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