Breeding - dressage

Breeding of dressage horses

The breeding of the dressage horses is very interesting. Since January 1, 2011 Stud Farm Beltmanshoeve owns genetically very interesting mares together with Jan Streppel from Wilp. Two mares are full sisters of the world famous Olympic dressage horse Parzival (Jazz) ridden by Adelinde Cornelissen. One of them produced the KWPN licensed stallion Governor (Totilas).


Later we purchased the mare Armante (Olivi). She is bred out of the same grandam as top progenitor Jazz. This is the famous breeding line from Huub and Tiny van Helvoirt. 


At Elite Foal Auction Borculo we bought the filly Gerendy (Tango). She is a half-sister of the Grand Prix dressage stallion Zuidenwind (00 Seven). Gerendy's dam Serendy (Jazz) comes from the well-known, excellent moving Endy (Ulft) and is a full-sister of national champion Andy, Orendy (dam of the KWPN licensed stallion Zhivago) and Trendy (dam of the KWPN licensed stallion Charmeur).



In May 2017, Stoeterij Beltmanshoeve was able to add a number of interesting broodmares to their breeding of  dressage horses. Acquired from the Fortuna Hoeve of Peter and Anne Mieke Rinkes from Pesse, who decided to stop their breeding activities. Mares with an interesting pedigree from proven damlines.

Stoeterij Beltmanshoeve - Stephan & Evelien Haarman

Heeringstraat 4

7384 SL Wilp (Gelderland)


Stephan: 0031 (0)648 969 744


VAT-number: NL851317327B01

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