Oldenburg Horses dominate the French Breeding Championships
Da Vinci de Hus, born 2017, by Damon Hill out of Poetin Z (CL2) by Sandro Hit - Brentano II, bred and owned by Xavier Marie, France, won the class of three-year-old stallions, which were presented in freedom class. Dam Poetin Z (CL2) also brought the auction horse Rockefeller de Hus by Rock Forever I.
Don Amour Waverley, born 2017, by Don Juan de Hus out of Lady Sun by Sandro Hit - De Niro, bred by Waverley Farm Stareton, Great Britain, owned by CC Dressage Stable & Star Horses JM, France, won under Jessica Michel-Botton the three-year old criterium class for horses bred outside of France. Dam Lady Sun also brought the licensed Hot Story by Hotline and numerous auction horses.
Fürst Temptation, born 2017, by Fürstenball out of Terrific by Temptation - Don Frederico, bred by Gestüt Lewitz, Steinfeld, won the reserve champion title under Lorraine Kitzing in the three-year old criterium class for horses bred outside of France.
Vicomte de Hus, born 2017, by Vivaldi our of Darling de Hus by Don Huan de Hus - Sandro Hit, bred and owned by Xavier Marie, France, won under Jessica Michel-Botton the title at the class for three-year old under saddle for stallions.
Photo: New French Champions: Don Amour Waverley by Don Juan de Hus and Jessica Michel-Botton. (Les Garennes)