Performance news from 2012

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Archived performance news from 2012.

Wellington Dressage Championships

 

October 28, 2012

 

The Wellington Dressage Championships 2012, being held at Foxton produced three Champions bred from Vollrath Stallions:

  • Rochelle Speirs with her Lessing gelding LATIMER
  • Rosanne Rix with her Lessing gelding LAUREATE
  • Leia McEvoy with her Worldwide p.b. gelding WELTWEIT

We congratulate these teams on their outstanding success!

 


Central Districts Dressage Champs

 

October 18, 2012

 

Lindisfarne Laureate and Vollrath Latimer

At the Central Districts Dressage Champs 13/14 – Oct. 2012 at Manfield Park, Vollrath Lessing offspring featured prominent at level 2 Novice: Level 2:

 

  • Champion was Lindisfarne Laureate ridden by Rosanne Rix with three 1st placings in
    2.2 = 75.323 %
    Freestyle = 71.25 %
    2.6 = 70.192 %
  • Reserve Champion was Vollrath Latimer ridden by Rochelle Spiers with
    a 2nd = 68.654 %,
    3rd = 67.50 %
    and 4th = 67.58 %

Congratulations to you both … you are doing Lessing proud!

 


 

March 15, 2012

Dressage Championship Titles determined 15 March 2012:

 

From NZEquestrian.org.nz: “The day ended with the final Level 5 class, the musical freestyle, featuring some stunning combinations crowding the top end of the leader board. Tracy Smith and Don Diego led from the beginning, just pipped near the end of the class by Susan Tomlin and her ever-consistent Giusto MH.Jutta Rosenblatt and her stallion Vollrath Lessing provided one of the most exciting freestyles for sheer extravagance in the trot work, followed closely by Charlott Bayliss and her striking JL Champs Elysee.“Despite tight competition, the overall Horse of the Year Level 5 Championship went to Susan Tomlin and Giusto MH with Jutta Rosenblatt and Vollrath Lessing taking Reserve Champion.”

From Horse & Pony magazine

 


 

March 15, 2012

Dressage Championship Titles determined 15 March 2012:

Congratulations to Vollrath Lessing and his daughter Lindisfarne Laureate for their achievements at the New Zealand Horse of the Year show:LEVEL 5 HORSE OF THE YEAR 2012
Susan Tomlin GIUSTO MH 65.91% 2 19 68.33% 1 – 1st Champion
Jutta Rosenblatt Vollrath Lessing 66.48% 1 20 66.89% 4 – 2nd Reserve ChampionLEVEL 1 HORSE OF THE YEAR 2012
Karen Anderson Don Qudos 72.50% 3 18 69.00% 1 – 1st Champion
Rosanne Rix Lindisfarne Laureate 73.65% 1 20 66.00% 3 – 2nd Reserve ChampionPaula Brown with her Lessing/Genius son Le Vivre
Having excellent results at Level 2 with scores of over 69 %We also congratulate:In Show Jumping the winner of the Norwood Gold Cup Catherine Cameron on I Reckon (Vollrath Dynamit ex Distaff by Distelfink = bred by U.V. Sutherland Whanganui). 

Jutta and Lessing at HoY. © Sarah Flitcroft
Jutta and Lessing. © Sarah Flitcroft

Jutta and Lessing. © Sarah Flitcroft

Catherine Cameron and I Reckon. Picture: Horse & Pony magazine.

Catherine Cameron and I Reckon. Picture: Horse & Pony magazine.

 


 

Taranaki Dressage Tournament Level 1 Champion Roseanne Rix on Lindisfarne Laureate, with Reserve champions Susan Tomlin and Dancealong.  The tournament was held on January 15, 2012.

Taranaki Dressage Tournament Level 1 Champion Roseanne Rix on Lindisfarne Laureate, with Reserve champions Susan Tomlin and Dancealong.
The tournament was held on January 15, 2012.

 

 



Jutta and Lessing. © Jan Sutherland www.takethemoment.co.nz
January 10, 2012

Norwood Manawatu 2012 North Island Championships

Sunday 8 January – Champions and reserves 2012:

Level 1 DRESSAGE CENTRAL DISTRICTS TROPHY 1st: Rosanne Rix Lindisfarne Laureate(Lessing ex Wicked by Worldwide PB/Genius/Aureatte II xx)
Reserve: Ingrid Anderson, All Amour

Level 5 DALVEY TROPHY
1st: Jutta Rosenblatt Vollrath Lessing (Londonderry/ Prince Thatch xx)
Reserve: Susan Tomlin, Giusto MH

NZ HANOVERIAN SOCIETY BEST PERFORMED HANOVERIAN
Level 5: Jutta Rosenblatt Vollrath Lessing

Level 1-3: Ingrid Anderson All Amour Level 1

Level 1-3 … this should be Lindisfarne Laureate as the filly clearly beat All Amour by 5.7 – 13%, however ‘HSNZ’ politics … a V-branded horse is definitely a Hanoverian!

This proves quite clearly that the H-brand does not necessarily make the better horse.

 


Jutta and Lessing. © Jan Sutherland www.takethemoment.co.nz

 

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