Coredo M&M and Alexa Stais. Photo: Hannoveraner Verband

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Hannoveraner Jumping Masters

Pilot project with fantastic winners

For the first time the Hannoveraner Jumping Masters were held in Verden. Best four-year-old was Coredo M&M with rider Alexa Stais. Kannandro HB and rider Kai Thomann won the jump-off for the five-year olds. Lunatic and rider Josch Löhden led the field of the six-year olds. Ulando and rider Julia Plate won the last title of the day in the seven-year-old class. The showcase of Hannoveraner show jumping horse breeding convinced at its premiere with its high quality.

 

The Masters of the four-year olds were decided in a novice class show jumping test for young horses. As in the qualilfication, the son of Carridam/Loredo, Coredo M&M (breeder: Pferdezucht Dr. Jacobs GbR, Bierbergen), and South Africa’s Alexa Stais convinced with a "very good" and became the first winners of the newly created event format. Only six weeks ago, the powerful chestnut stallion changed owners at the Verden Elite Auction. Second came High five by Hickstead White/Cheenook (breeder: Marc Hahne, Kirchlinteln). His rider Jessica Freye had discovered the talent at the stallion sales in Verden in 2018. Third place went to another youngster from the renowned breeder Dr. Jacobs, the son of Kannan/Contender, Kandoo PJ, who Czech Roman Duchac presented carefully.

 

The decision among the five-year olds was made in the exciting jump-off against the clock on the 1.25 metre course. Kannandro HB by Kannan/Diarado (breeder: Heinrich Bremer Jun., Nöpke) and Kai Thomann, found the shortest line and thus crowned the third start of their joint career with a title. Karl Brocks showed his great routine and won silver in this well endowed test with Snoopy by Stakkato/Cristo (breeder: Siegfried Buhl, Syke). Third place went to the son of Lord Pizzaro/Laptop, Lord Klasüßle (breeder: ZG Ahrens, Vollersode) and Enrico Süßenbach.

 

The six-year olds determined their best in a 1.30 metre show jumping competition with jump-off for victory. Lunatic by Levistano/Gloster (breeder: Heinz-Dieter Poort, Sittensen) and Josch Löhden won the Hannoveraner Masters competition with a lead of just under one second. The pair had already been second in the qualification. The daughter of Favorit Ask/Clearway, Fovorite Fleur S, took second place with a convincing performance. In the saddle was her breeder Dieter Smitz from Bad Nenndorf, who has already celebrated numerous successes with her dam Cara Mia. Third place went to Chimbo by Clinton/Baloubet du Rouet (breeder: Andrea and Norbert Wulf, Schillsdorf) and Harm Wiebusch.

 

One of the highlights of the Hannoveraner Jumping Masters was the decision of the seven-year olds who had to master a 1.40-metre course. Four pairs competed in an exciting jump-off, which was open until the last starter. In the end, Ulando by Ustinov/Graf Top (breeder: Wilhelm Bollhorst, Wetschenhardt) and Julia Plate were the fastest. As a Verden auction rider, the female rider had bought the bay out of the saddle at the auction in November two years ago. Second came Lucato Mad Jo by Ludwigs As/Stakkato (breeder: Jochen Meyer, Allwörden), who was brilliantly presented by Alexa Stais. With Rene Dittmer he was third in the Hannoveraner Jumping Championships last year and has meanwhile been placed internationally. Bronze was won by Greys Girl by Grey Top/Rabino (breeder: Jürgen Meyer, Stemmen) with Michael Tietjen in the saddle.

 

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