Faustinus - New for 2021

Faustinus is a modern, elegant stallion with superb riding horse qualities which he passes onto his offspring. Several are FEI Young rider horses. He has power, presence and his striking sleek black colour and thoroughbred likeness coupled with his light, athletic movements and superb jumping abilities makes him a fabulous sire for producing all types of sport and show horses.

Faustinus successfully passed his 30 day test with scores of 8.38 in rideability and 8.19 in jumping.



Bay, 2006, 169 cm

Sire - Lord Loxley by Lord Sinclair

Dam - Werenice by Warkant

L'Espoir was the outstanding 2009 Champion Danish Warmblood Licensing Stallion & 2008 Reserve Champion Mecklenburg Licensing Stallion with offspring now competing at PSG/Inter 1

The judges at Redefin described him as a ‘Miracle Mover’ – “When he trotted through the indoor arena every part of his body was in motion.  He has an energetic leg action with fluent movement through the back”.


Update: Stallion Licensing & Mare Performance Test

We have made the very difficult decision to cancel our 2020 Stallion Licensing and Mare Performance Test, which we would normally hold next month, due to the current pandemic.

We are planning to reschedule for early Spring 2021, so please keep an eye on our website, Facebook Page and Group.

If you have any questions then please email us at bhhsuk@gmail.com


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Regional & Annual Show Update

Due to the uncertainty of the Covid19 situation, The British Hanoverian Horse Society has taken the difficult decision to cancel this year’s Annual Show in September.

We will, however, be holding a small number of regional shows from late July to mid-August. These shows will take place at venues where social distancing can be maintained, and time slots will be given to participants. At the moment, spectators will not be allowed.

Each regional show will be held subject to receiving a minimum number of entrants. Details of these events to follow in the next couple of days.