It is with great anticipation and enthusiasm that Stutteri Ask (Martofte, Denmark) and Sweden's Rolf-Göran Bengtsson of Stall Bengtsson & Kristoffersen (Breitenburg, Germany) announce their future cooperation. The cooperation between the Danish stud farm and Bengtsson and his team will see its beginning on Monday 29th of April following Bengtsson's participation at the World Cup Final in Gothenburg. Bengtsson will in the future be riding the stud farm's horses, but investments in new, talented showjumpers will also be done. The successful cooperation with the Holsteiner Verband will remain, and the stallions Casall and Quintero will in the future change names to Casall Ask and Quintero Ask.
"We are very excited about our new partnership, and look forward to working with Rolf and his team. At Stutteri Ask we are very proud to be associated with one of the best riders in the world," says Sören Möller Nielsen, manager at Stutteri Ask.
"This is a fantastic opportunity for me to be able to stay in top sport for the next years. The fact that we can continue the relationship with the Holsteiner Verband is also important to us, and we all really look forward to the cooperation with Stutteri Ask ," says Bengtsson.
Stutteri Ask was founded in 1993 by Kjeld Kirk Kristiansen, and his goal is to work jointly for both breeding and sport. The stud farm breeds and educates jumping horses for competition and sale. The Kirk Kristiansen family, who also owns the famous dressage stud farm Blue Hors, will through this new cooperation also play an important part in the international showjumping sport.
Source: Press release from Stall Bengtsson & Kristoffersen
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