Balou du Rouet

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Welt Hit IO

Welt Hit I 0 was the first of the famous foals of the Hill Hawk xx mare, Cileste to be discovered by the Kasselmanns... Continue reading ... more

Weltmeyer

Weltmeyer was a sensation the day he was born, according to his breeder, Hermann Meyer, and he proved Mr Meyer right when he was champion of his licensing in Verden. Continue reading ... more

Wenzel

One of the first of the ‘Dressage’ sires, Wenzel was always a somewhat controversial stallion, and there are those who suggest that he did not throw horses with the most cooperative temperaments... Continue reading ... more

Werther

Werther was crowned Hanoverian Stallion of the Year for his exceptional progeny... Continue reading ... more

Woermann

The first public appearance of the two and a half-year-old Woermann at the Hanoverian licensing in 1973 at Verden signalled a total turnaround in Warmblood breeding... Continue reading ... more

Wolkenstein II

Wolkenstein was one of the very few sons of Weltmeyer to breed horses with a ‘jump’, and all in all, he has probably been the most successful stallion son of Weltmeyer... Continue reading ... more

Wolkentanz I

Wolkentanz is very much a product of the family Lühr who live in Borgholzhausen in Westphalia. Gerd Lühr and his wife, Ursula are devoted to their Hanoverian breeding program... Continue reading ... more

World Cup I

World Cup I was selected to represent Hanover at the prestigious DLG shows in Frankfurt (1984) and Hanover (1986) – each time standing Reserve Champion... Continue reading ... more

Zeus

The chestnut stallion had three names and three homes: He started life as Gordios, then became Zeus and then Nurzeus and then back to Zeus again! Continue reading ... more

Zirocco Blue VDL

Zirocco Blue is definitely what the French breeding expert, Arnaud Evain calls a ‘bastard’ – the product of half a dozen stud books - as distinct from a purebred... Continue reading ... more

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