Hi, I'm just curious if anyone knows where I can find the results for stallion testing done in Germany.
My instructor was just given a Hanoverian gelding who was imported from Germany as a four year old (given free since he had not been ridden since shortly after he was imported). He was gelded after being imported I believe and was a certified as a stallion before being imported. He was born in 1996 and I have found his pedigree but not his stallion test score.
If anyone can help me with this I would really appreciate it.
The horse's name is White Man. He is by Weltmeyer and out of Bettina.
He is 14 now. I know he did testing because my instructor's neighbor looked to buy him two years ago and did a lot of research on him then (he ended up wanting a younger horse) and found his test scores. Since it was two years ago he doesn't know where he found them.
His lifetime number is 314905996.
The Hanoverian Verband website is in German so I'm having trouble finding anything on it...Not sure if there is an option to have it in English, as I said I can't find anything.
There was a website that has not be renewed for this year that had all the licensing, testing and current sales news of stallions in Germany. If I had known it was going to expire, I would have printed out all the results and could look this up for you lickety split. Sorry.
I had shown it to a friend of mine (native German) and she said that all that info was available on the FN website or through the FN.
I looked up the scores for you. Here you go:
According to the FN Yearbook Whiteman 314905996 by Weltmeyer was tested at Neustadt/Dosse from 06/28/99 through 10/06/99
Dressage Index 103.10 Jumping Index 43.28 Overall score 68.18
Individual scores: character 7.0 - temperament 7.0 - willingness to perform 7.0 -rideability 8.5 - trot 8.67 - canter 8.33 - walk 7.33 - loose jumping 5.84 -jumping under saddle 5.0 - Jumping crosscountry 2.33
Hope this is helpful,
Thanks guys! That's really helpful.
I really appreciate you finding those for me Brigitta my instructor will be thrilled
LOL could be. He honestly doesn't look like he can jump at all. He has a really drafty build, just thick and sturdy. He is a beautiful mover though. When my instructor was riding him yesterday he did a near perfect half-pass when she hadn't even tried to ask for it. It was kinda funny cause she was just trying to ask for a straight line and he kept going sideways but he looked pretty awesome doing it.