Champion: Hann.Pr.A. Olympia by Ogano/Diacontinus
Z. und Bes.: Enrico Messelis, Kefferhausen
Reserve champion: Hann.Pr.A. Sofia Lolita by Stolzenberg/Valentino
Z. und Bes.: Stefan Kleine, Warmsen
Champion: Hann.Pr.A. Exclusive by Escamillo/Fidertanz
Z. und Bes.: Johannes Westendarp, Wallenhorst
Reserve champion: Hann.Pr.A. Barcelona by Baron/Don Diamond
Z. und Bes.: Herbert Linz, Baindt
Hann.Pr.A. Stine Bö by Signum xx/Carismo
Z. Helmut Böttcher, Rehlingen, Bes.: ZG Böttcher GbR, Rehlingen
Hann.Pr.A. Olympia did the same as her dam in Verden and became the winning jumping mare of the Herwart von der Decken-Show 2022. Among the dressage mares, Hann.Pr.A. Exclusive left the triangle as the winning mare.
Under a bright sunny sky the jumping mares started with the free jumping in front of the eyes of guest judge Harm Sievers, board member Hergen Forkert and breeding manager Ulrich Hahne. Among the 17 jumping mares, Hann.Pr.A. Olympia by Ogano/Diacotinus, bred and owned by Enrico Messelis, Kefferhausen, was particularly outstanding. And very special is also the success - her dam Hann.Pr.St. Dinara by Diacontinus/Quintender wore the sash of the winning jumping mare on the lap of honor five years ago, Hann.Pr.A. Olympia now did the same. "Highly modern in type and endowed with a lot of go," breeding director Ulrich Hahne described the gray mare. Reserve champion was Hann.Pr.A. Sofia Lolita by Stolzenberg/Valentino (breeder and owner: Stefan Kleine, Warmsen), who impressed especially with her ability and overview at the jump.
In her class, the top-modern Signum xx/Carismo-daughter Hann.Pr.A. Stine Bö (breeder: Helmut Böttcher, Rehlingen, owner: ZG Böttcher GbR, Rehlingen) was awarded the Id-Prize and thus won the title of best half-bred mare.
She trotted ahead of them all: Hann.Pr.A. Exclusive by Escamillo/Fidertanz, bred and owned by Johannes Westendarp, Wallenhorst, took the lead in the group of 55 mares. On the same sand, where her sire Escamillo became Vice World Champion of young dressage horses a year ago, the black beauty was able to convince the judges Ulrich Hahne, Heike Kemmer and guest judge Sönke Rothenberger. "She was brilliant with a good impulsion and great dynamics in trot and used the walking ring to win over the judges as well," Ulrich Hahne was full of compliments.
The first dressage mare to enter the triangle was Hann.Pr.A. Barcelona, whose performance secured her the title of reserve champion mare. The Baron/Don Diamond-daughter (breeder and owner: Herbert Linz, Baindt) was a very special mare for the judges, she showed herself beautifully and with a good rhythm.
The Friedrich Jahnke Prize, which is awarded annually to the highest scoring family of the current show season, was awarded to the three daughters of St.Pr.St. Faconnable. The Fürst Heinrich/Calypso II-daughter produced with Belissimo M the St.Pr.St. Barcelona and the Hann.Pr.A. Brasilia and with Baron the Hann.Pr.A. Bogota. All mares are bred and owned by the Brüning family from Ochtmannien.