HHSA makes Hanoverian Auction
a success for Australians ...
Story and Pictures by Rachel Whiting
The highest number of horses to be sold at one time to Australia, from the Hanoverian Auctions in Germany has been reached through a joint project between the members of The Hanoverian Horse Society of Australia (HHSA) and the Hanoverian Verband. A total of 14 Hanoverian fillies and 2 mares with sires such as Dancier, Furst Nymphenburg, Laurentio, Lauries Crusador xx, Valentino, Furst Romancier, Londonderry, Sir Donnerhall, Don Crusador, Carabas, Diamond Hit, Blue Hors Romanov, Hochadel, Stakkato, Quidam’s Rubin and Danone II and influential sires in the dam lines of Argentinus, Pik Bube I, Rotspon, Brentano II, Weltmeyer, Worldly, Weltregent, Wittenger, Don Bosco, Bolero, De Niro, Matcho AA, White Star, Heraldik xx, Landadel and Don Frederico will be imported to Australia with the support of Guido Klatte and Crispin Bennett.
The importation of these fillies and mares gives the Hanoverian breeding population in Australia an immense boost and therefore benefits the riders in Equestrian Sports in Australia for years to come.
‘The importation of fillies scheme has been a project the HHSA has been working on for over 12 months, and to have achieved this outcome is fabulous for Australian breeding and riding and a credit to the Committee of the HHSA’ says HHSA Registrar, Rachel Whiting. ‘A special thank-you from all involved goes to Kirstine Phillips, Project Manager for this historical event’.
HHSA Vice President Adrian Whiting with Australian Expat in Germany, Wynne Russell at the Verden Elite
No 20 Fuerstin Bodenstein Fuerst Romancier/ St.Pr.St Robella purchased by Kelly Shannon from QLD,
No 39 Dana Vavrova Dancier/Whitney purchased by A&R Whiting from NSW
No 98 Diamond’s Girl Diamond Hit/St.Pr.St Donna purchased
by Lyn Gilbert from VIC
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Left and Above -No 113 Dolle Deern Don Crusador/St.Pr.St Wenke purchased by Julia Weir from SA
HHSA Vice President Adrian Whiting studies the catalogue with Hanoverian Verband President Manfred Schafer
No 110 colt Londonboy Londontime/St.Pr.St Weltbrise
presents before the tent of officials
Sharon Cox from SA applauds as Dr Jochen Wilkens gives NSW
member Sue Knox the good news of her successful bid on
No 141 Vanity Affair Valentino/Argentinus,
Photo with thanks to the Hanoverian Verband.
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Proposal for the Importation of Hanoverian Fillies
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