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Howard Rose

The British Hanoverian Horse Society (BHHS) is very sad to announce the death of one of our founders, Mr Howard Rose.

Howard was one of the original members of the BHHS nearly 30 years ago and initially brought the Stallion Wineberg to the UK. In the early days, Howard, supported by the BHHS Committee, was joined by Dr Ludwig Christmann from the Hannoveraner Verband and they travelled the UK grading mares and branding foals.

Christian 25

The BHHS is very pleased to welcome Christian 25 who is standing in the UK at Gornall Equestrian with Jamie Gornall. Christian is now registered with the British Hanoverian Horse Society.

Christian 25 is a striking grey Holstein stallion born in 2006. He is a tall, athletic, modern model of a showjumping stallion who has proven to pass on his rideability, fantastic movement and confirmation, and huge careful scope to his youngstock. He has bred some impressive offspring that are beginning to prove themselves in the sport despite his first progeny only being born in 2012.

British Hanoverian Horse Society Annual Show 2018

The busy summer show season for the British Hanoverian Horse Society (BHHS) was concluded on the last week of September with the 2018 Annual Show at Keysoe.

The BHHS Committee was joined by Dr Schade from the Hannoveraner Verband for what was a very successful event.

The Rhineland mare Sezuki (Sezuan x Sherlock Holmes x Consul), bred by Christian Heinrich owned by Sandy Senior of Glossoms Stud, was named as this year’s Supreme Champion.

Statement from the Board of the Hannoveraner Verband regarding WFFS

A few days ago the board of the Hanoverian Association passed the following resolution regarding WFFS in stallions:

1. Stallions newly presented for licensing are required to be tested for WFFS as of the passing of the resolution. The result of this test must be attached to the registration for the licensing. For young stallions pre-selected for the main licensing in October, it is sufficient to provide proof of the WFFS test after admission.

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