Dutch dressage rider Bart Veeze has added three new stallions from stallion station Mathieu Beckmann to his string of horses, Fanegro, Vision and Feliz N.
Beckmann annnounced this news on social media.
Veeze is best known as the trainer and rider of the KWPN licensed stallion Imposantos, who competed at the World Young Horse Championships in Ermelo.
The 41-year old Veeze has his own dressage stable in Lochum, The Netherlands. He rode on the Dutch pony team with Navaro, the Dutch young riders' team with Fernando and rode down his first centerline at Grand Prix level in 2009 with Stefano. Veeze has most recently been training in Germany with Sebastian Heinze.
Beckmann decided to give the Dutchman the ride on the 4-year old Oldenburg bred Fanegro (by Blue Hors Farrell x Negro), the 4-year old Oldenburg bred Vision (by Vitalis x Sandro Hit) and the 3-year old Westfalian Feliz N (by Furst Romancier x Sandro Hit). The latter is owned by Claude Niedner of Contern Dressage Center.
"We are very happy to collaborate with this talented rider in the future," Beckmann stated. "Bart is know across borders as an internationally successfully rider. Already in the past we worked together and now we are happy to bring this back to life."
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