Beautiful scores this week of homebreds and theiroffspring
Governor have had his first official competition at CDI Exloo yesterday and started in the Small Tour. Adelinde Cornelissen scored 74,265% with the Totilas son. With this result they are also selected for Jumping Amsterdam.
Governor is bred out of the mare Orleans (Jazz), who also produced the U-25 horse TC Athene, ridden by Jeanine Pleijte-Nieuwenhuis who has achieved a series of great successes.
Governor only did stallionshows, World Championships and the corresponding selections, explains Adelinde. She can build on a horse like Governor. In spite of being a stallion, he is super focused. "It is such a complete horse". In addition to his extremely down-to-earth nature and movements that are completely in tact, he is also just super nice to see.
Just a Dream-STRH.
Homebred Just a Dream-STRH. had great results ridden by Kimberly Pap during the Onori Dressage Cup. Two times a first place in selections with 69% and 69.3% so they have a well deserved ticket to the finals. In the final Just a Dream-STRH had a nice third place with a score of 70,833% and with great comment of the jury.
Just a Dream-STRH. is bred out of the recently deceased mare Toulouse (Jazz).
Just in Time Fortuna
Just in Time Fortuna (Negro x Delatio x Rubiquil) also participated in the Onori Dressage Cup and scored a first place during the selections ridden by Esmee van Veen with almost 72% and also a they have earned a ticket for the final. In the final the stallion of Negro gained a 6th place with a result of 68,333%. Just in Time Fortuna comes from the damline of Zurelie Fortuna (Rubiquil).
Jolivia (by Fairytale) had a one day performance test yesterday at the ABOP day of the NRPS at the Nieuwe Heuvel in Lunteren. Ridden by amazone Lotte Schippers, Jolivia had a nice score of 40.5 points . She got an 8.5 for the walk, an 8 for the trot, an 8 for canter and 2x an 8 for the suitability as dressage horse. Jolivia is owned by Mrs. B. Hagens - Hofs, Varsseveld.
Photos: Made by Jessy, Wilma Frentz, Anja van Veen and Sandra Nieuwendijk