The three-year-old Die Liese-Lotte won the free jumping competition of the Hannoveraner Show Jumping Breeding Programme in Verden. With the ideal score of 10 for scope, she led the class of horses born in 2020. Best four-year-old was Clitschko Wladimir. "All participants had one thing: scope!" said Alois Pollmann-Schweckhorst. The successful show jumper and trainer judged 51 three-year-olds and 39 four-year-olds together with Oliver Ross and Thomas Schönig.
The Der Senaat/Darco-daughter Die Liese-Lotte (breeder and exhibitor: Jan Crome-Sperling, Lutter a. Bbg.) presented herself without any ifs and buts. "What better to see", said Oliver Ross giving the 10 for the scope. With a score of 9.6 for technique and 9.8 for jumping intelligence and overall impression, she came to a final score of 29.4. Already the dam of the modernly styled grey mare, Hann.Pr.St. Dark Side Up, had received a 10 for scope at her mare performance test. Granddam St.Pr.St. Fetzi had been fifth in Verden at that time. She is none other than the dam of Luciana Diniz' Olympic mare Fit for Fun and Justine Tebbel's Flight of Ikarus, who had left the Niedersachsenhalle as Champion in 2009. The honorary prize for Die Liese-Lotte came from the Celle State Stud in the form of a stud fee voucher.
The second division was led by Diacoco KHR by Diacontinus/Cornet Obolensky (breeder and exhibitor: Karl-Henning Rollwage, Bockenem), who received a "very good" in all three criteria and scored 27 points. Her dam, St.Pr.St. Coco Chanel KHR, who is awarded three stars in the Hannoveraner Jumping Breeding Programme, already produced the Stakkato Prize winner Stakkolensky by Stakkato as well as the S-successful Quornet KHR by Quaid. The victory in the third division went to Cantaloop PJ by Colman/Silvio, who had been entered in the race by the successful horse breeding company Dr. Jacobs GbR, Bierbergen. With a final score of 26.9, a promising future lies ahead of the typey grey mare. She succeeds her sister St.Pr./L.St.-S Cashmere PJ by Calido, who left Verden exactly ten years ago with the yellow and white winner's sash and is now victorious up to 1.40 metres. Her dam is also registered with three stars in the show jumping programme.
The four-year-olds presented themselves with evenly high quality, nuances made the difference. Best of the year was the Cavoiro - H/As di Villagana son Clitschko Wladimir (breeder: Manfred Peter, Wolfsburg, exhibitor: Dr. Jürgen Bornhorst, Ankum). The grey, whose dam Asti's Girl was awarded two stars due to her own sport successes, convinced with his scope and great overview and scored 26.8 points. The exhibitor was happy about a stud fee voucher from Zuchthof Klatte, Lastrup. The Diacontinus/Crumble son Dipsie K (breeder and exhibitor: Martin Klintworth, Ohrensen) received one tenth less and won the second division with a score of 26.7. It is the next big success for the Klintworth family in the Niedersachsenhalle. It was less than four months ago that Ole Klintworth won the Hannoveraner Show Jumping Masters with Crumble Cheesecake K, the full brother of Dipsie's dam Cindy, and was awarded the suffix FRH.