From time to time we hear from a lot of the horses that we have sold over time, and we always enjoy that! Just recently, we were so fortunate to hear from a “long lost friend”: Lazer Toftøje – we have not heard from him since he was sold in 1998, four years old.
Lazer is by the Hanoverian sire Victory by Wenzel I/Valentino XX, and he is the first foal by Linett. He is still owned by the girl: Pia, who bought him in 1998 but another girl: Gry, is riding him as well (for the past three years) and she enjoys very much riding him.
She sent us some pictures and it is really good to see how well he looks!
A bright spot in a gloomy November – thank you Gry!
As usual we are always very interested in progeny by stallions we have used ourselves and we are always on the lookout for stallions to use in the future – here the licensing is a very good place to look out combinations.
Once again, Don Frederico did very well with two stallions, both licensed and one of them even in the Premium Ring. Very well moving, with lots of expression – it shall be interesting to follow them in the future. Both stallions (Kat. 24 & 25) are bred on very good dam lines and the grand sire of the Premium stallion is a thoroughbred: Markus Deak XX, which was very obvious from the exterior – a very handsom model! The latter (Kat. 24) was purchased on the auction by an Austrian customer, but will be stationed at the State Stud Celle. Click here for Picture of Kat. 24 and Picture of Kat. 25.
The first crop by Dancier was shown and the quality was somewhat varying in quality. It shall be interesting to see next year if they find the right combination for Dancier – this, the Germans are very good at! Two out of six stallions were licensed, one in the Premium Ring, and he was subsequently sold for 70,000 Euro to Australia. The other one was sold to Austria and will be stationed at the State Stud Celle.