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The green season is open

... at least for my "younger vegetables"! The first tournament was in the immediate vicinity, in Olfen to be precise. And I have to say - not only the weather was great. I simply enjoy working with the young horses. Whereby I include the tournaments more as a check of the training and not as an end in itself. Since we were on the road with a whole bunch of young horses, here are the results for you in telegram style: Golden Romance Malleret PS - a half-brother to the Grand Prix successful For Romance I OLD under Therese Nilshagen - made a successful debut in the advanced level. Beautifully supple and expressive trot and canter work. Good walk. Secure contact. Only a small wobble in the changes. 70.675 percent - sixth place for the dark chestnut owned by Haras de Malleret. With 72.969 percent, DSP Danny Cool won the M** dressage straight away . It felt really, really sovereign - from the first ride-in to the final salute. Of course, there is always room for improvement in our sport, but the basis is absolutely right with "Danny". The Danciano son, owned by the Eisner Stud, received, as I thought, deservedly good marks throughout and won with a little distance to the competition. Sabrina rode my homebred Bambi, a Bordeaux daughter, to second place in the M* dressage. The two of them are a well-rehearsed team and had already done well at the indoor tournament in Ankum this year. And also now they showed a faultless, harmonious round. Bambi's half-brother Dreikäsehoch placed in the medium dressage class for young horses. "Käse" has been trained by Sabrina up to now and was placed in the Bundeschampionat Final - so it was a premiere for both of us. All in all, a great, expressive test - although the flying change on the short side was not even required in the task, as far as I know. Vuelve did a top job the five-year-old Vitalis daughter, owned by the DS Dressage Stables team, debuted in the sport with a second place in dressage horse L: with scores between 8.0 (walk and canter) and 8.5 (trot, permeability and overall impression) throughout. Vuelve is interestingly bred, because in her line there are some great show jumpers, like the winner of the Nations Cup and runner-up in the Grand Prix of Aachen, Balou du Reventon ... The "chick" was Bernie - with four years the youngest of the bunch. The large-framed bay is a Benicio son out of the half-sister of "Mausi" (Annabelle) - and has real potential. And with that, the breeder and owner is of course clear: Günther Fielmann. For him, of course, it was an experience: his first show. And he really did a great job. A bit impressed, but not intimidated. He became sixth.


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