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"An incredibly uphill, large-lined stallion with very natural and generous movements. When lunging, he has a nice contact and mouth, but is always loose and supple."

Bernhard Thoben, OL Breeding Manager

*2021, Hanoveranian, 173 cm

Breeder: Monika Rösemeier-Harms, Großefehn

Owner: Lövsta Stud Farm



2024 licensing in Ankum by Oldenburg 

(champion stallion)

Approved for:

DSP, Oldbg., Westf.

WFFS negative

Insemination fee:

300 euros* + pregnancy tax: 700 euros*

*plus the legal VAT

The newly crowned Oldenburg champion stallion Verbier, who won hearts in Ankum, comes from the first crop of the Celle state stud stallion Von und Zu. This son of Vitalis was a premium stallion at his licensing, completed his 50-day test in Schlieckau in 2021 with the highest score in Germany (rideability 10) and made his debut with serial victories in elementary level dressage tests for young horses. Three of his sons were licensed.

The dam Delailah was the champion mare in East Frisia, received the Ic prize at the Herwart von der Decken show, completed an outstanding SLP (external rider 10) and placed in tests for young riding horses.

The dam's sire Dancier was a Hanoverian Champion Stallion, HLP winner, Hanoverian Vice Champion, Bundeschampionat bronze winner and successful up to St. Georges. Over 40 sons were licensed.

St. Moritz, who follows in third place in the pedigree, produced licensed sons and sport offspring who have since been successful up to Grand Prix level.

The great-granddam Rila is the dam of the 2021 Bundeschampioness of six-year-old eventing horses, Fräulein Inge FRH (by Don Index; CCI2*)/Amke Gröttrup, and the internationally successful eventing horse Fräulein Frieda (by Fürst Nymphenburg). Fräulein Frieda won double bronze with Brandon Schäfer-Gehrau at the 2018 European Junior Championships and took part in the 2019 European Young Riders Championships.


Fräulein Frieda and Schäfer-Gehrau became German Young Riders' Champions in 2019.
In 2022, the pair won individual silver and gold in the German team at the European Championships for Rural Eventing Riders. International successes up to CCI4*. Under Amke Gröttrup, Fräulein Frieda placed fifth and ninth in the eventing national championship final as a five and six-year-old.

The Hanoverian line of Livonia.

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