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The FEI Zangersheide Sires of the World and the FEI World Breeding Jumping Championships for Young Horses have been on this weekend in Lanaken, Belgium. The Sires of the World competition was won by the eight year old Hannoveraner stallion Hunter’s Scendix (Stakkato x Dinar) with the Belgian rider Brecht Bille in the saddle.
Hunter’s Scendix stands at stud at Hunters’ Studfarm in Belgium, and is approved by several studbooks. The black stallion was also very successful at Zangersheide as a five year old when he won the bronze medal in the World Breeding Championship.
The final for five year old horses was won by Yves Vanderhasselt on Gladys (Wandor vd Mispelaere x Toulon). This chestnut mare is owned by Stephex Stables. Rene Tebbel was second on Café’s Champus (Cafe au lait x Calido I), while Chacko-Fly was third (Chacco-Blue x Lord Incipit) with Jacek Bobik in the saddle. Out of the 58 horses in the final, Chacco-Blue and Indoctro had three offspring each.
The final for the six year old horses was won by Carthageno Z (Carthino Z x Burggraaf) with Gerben Morsink from the Netherlands riding. Joachim Heyer from Germany claimed the next two spots on Cum Laude 5 (Cayetano L x Pilot) and Chattanooga (Cornet Obolensky x Pilot) respectively. The deceased stallion For Pleasure had three offspring represented in this final.
The final for the seven year old horses went to Cor De La Rossa Z (Cor d'Alme I Z x Ahorn) ridden by Jessica Kürten. Daniel Deusser was second on Casquino (Cashandcarry x Quinar), and Christian Ahlmann third on Tabout Z (Treasure Z x Caretano Z). The French stallion Diamant de Semilly was represented with two offspring in this final.
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