Friday, May. 31, 2024

Totilas May Begin Breeding Career After WEG

Dressage-News.com reported that Moorlands Totilas, the astoundingly talented dressage stallion ridden by Edward Gal, may start his breeding career after the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games in Kentucky.

Totilas has broken the world record with his Grand Prix freestyle three times this year. His current high score stands at an astonishing 92.30 percent.

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Dressage-News.com reported that Moorlands Totilas, the astoundingly talented dressage stallion ridden by Edward Gal, may start his breeding career after the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games in Kentucky.

Totilas has broken the world record with his Grand Prix freestyle three times this year. His current high score stands at an astonishing 92.30 percent.

Owners, Kees and Tosca Visser are well aware of the public wish to breed to the 10-year-old Dutch Warmblood (Gribaldi—Lominka). The Vissers have received requests worldwide from Kazakhstan to New Zealand.

Their main concern over breeding him is a change in temperament and the stress that breeding might cause to “Toto.” If bred after the WEG, Totilas will be given time off both from breeding and riding to prepare for the Olympic Games in 2012.

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If Totilas’ team decides not to breed him after the WEG, then they plan to stand him at stud after the 2012 Olympics.

 

 

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