Stallion show De Wiemselbach on Sunday 10 April26 march 2022
Now that everything is allowed again, the Horn family is happy to pick
up the tradition: the annual De Wiemselbach stallion show is scheduled
for Sunday 10 April. From 2 p.m., both their renowned sires and high-profile
new talents will be presented in Oud Ootmarsum. Because the first offspring
of stallions such as Corlou and Lord of Farming are also on display, all
ingredients are present for an interesting afternoon.
The Twente stallion farm and sports stable has proven its worth thanks
to top progenitors such as Numero Uno (by Libero H), Van Gogh (by Numero
Uno) and Ustinov (by Libero H). These distinguished showjumping horse suppliers
are shown to the public during the stallion show and are joined by various
offspring and other high-profile talents from the Horn family. Stamp stallion
Numero Uno is still fresh available for breeding at the age of 26.
Under Caroline Müller, several young stallions from De Wiemselbach stand
out very positively in the sport. For example, the Balou du Rouet son Lord
of Farming made a big impression in the young horse competitions and the
also very promising Corlou (by Cornet Obolensky) started this year energetically
with only clear rounds in the international Youngster Tour. Foals from
their first crop of foals from both top talents will be shown at the stallion
show. The Don Diarado son Donthargos is also making good progress in sport
and breeding, and foals are also expected from him on Sunday 10 April.
The newest addition to De Wiemselbach, the three-year-old Chacoon Blue
son Chatendro, will of course also make an appearance during the stallion
presentation. In addition, it will be a reunion with, among others, the
Connor son Connect, who makes a strong impression with his offspring, and
the successful Cornet Obolensky son Kensington ES.
All in all, De Wiemselbach has a valuable stallion base in which the best
European bloodlines are anchored. The stallions and their offspring are
expertly explained during the show, so that the breeders will be even better
able to choose the right partner for their mare(s). All this, together
with Twentse conviviality and hospitality, makes for an afternoon not to
be missed. Sunday 10 April, from 2 p.m., De Mors 69 in Oud Ootmarsum.