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Halifax van het Kluizebos stays on top of the WBFSH Rolex World Ranking List

Wednesday, 12 July 2017

Photo (c) Jenny Abrahamsson.
Lorenzo de Luca with Halifax van het Kluizebos. Photo (c) Jenny Abrahamsson.

Lorenzo De Luca's ride Halifax van het Kluizebos (Heartbreaker x Fetiche du Pas) tops the WBFSH Rolex World Ranking List for breeders of jumping horses for a second consecutive month. The 10-year-old BWP-stallion bred by by Stefaan Delabie (BEL), heads the June-ranking with 1445 points. 

New as rank two is Sergio Alvarez Moya's ride G&C Arrayan (Baloubet du Rouet x Grannus), with 1353 points. The 12-year-old KWPN gelding is bred by Benny Wezenberg (NED). Also Margie Goldstein Engle's Royce (Cafe Au Lait x Grandilot) is new in the top three, with 1195 points. The 13-year-old Oldenburger stallion is bred at Gestüt Lewitz (GER).

Martin Fuchs' 11-year-old Westphalian gelding Clooney 51 (Cornet Obolensky x Ferragamo) – bred by Bernd Richter (GER) – is up to rank four this month. McLain Ward's 11-year-old SBS-mare HH Azur (Thunder vd Zuuthoeve x Sir Lui vd Zuuthoeve), bred by Nathalie Beaufort (BEL), is rank four after being second on the May-ranking. 

On the studbook rankings, BWP holds on to the top position with Halifax van het Kluizebos, Gancia de Muze (Malito de Reve x Nimmerdor) and Eldorado van het Vijverhof (Thunder van de Zuuthoeve x Omar) as their three best representatives.

KWPN is still ranked second with Arrayan, Creedance (Lord Z x Notaris) and Aquila HDC (Ovidius x Bollvorm's Lauriston) as their top three horses.

Chesall Zimequest (Casall x Concerto 4) Chiara 222 (Contender x Coronado 3) and Ornellaia (For Pleasure x Calato) help keep the Holsteiner Verband third on the studbook ranking for May. 


Text © World of Showjumping // Picture © Jenny Abrahamsson

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