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NZ Hanoverian Society Inc. – GRANTED WBFSH MEMBERSHIP

| January 18, 2018 | Reply
NZ Hanoverian Society Inc.  – GRANTED WBFSH MEMBERSHIP

NZ Hanoverian Society Inc. – New member of the WBFSH (The World Breeding Federation of Sport Horses) About the WBFSH The WBFSH is the only international federation of studbooks for sport horses in the world. The WBFSH is the major connection between the breeding organisations of sport horses and the international equestrian sport (FEI). Together, […]

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Legendary Hanoverians – from Hannoveraner International

| December 19, 2017 | Reply
Legendary Hanoverians – from Hannoveraner International

Please follow the link to see just how MANY amazing horses that have come from the Hanoverian Breeding Programme http://en.hannoveraner.com/hannoveraner-zucht/sport/hannoveraner-sportlegenden/?L=0  

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Volker Ehlers – Verband Visitor 2018

| December 3, 2017 | Reply
Volker Ehlers – Verband Visitor 2018

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Verband Tour February 2018 – Map

| November 29, 2017 | Reply
Verband Tour February 2018 – Map

Herewith the areas that the tour will concentrate on at this early stage of proceedings. Dates and times will be advised as they are set in place – but will be around Feb  9th t0 18th Contact me with expressions of interest  – Robin Potter, Studbook keeper     robinpotter329@gmail.com    

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Updated Contacts List 2017-18

| October 23, 2017 | Reply
Updated Contacts List 2017-18

President: Mr John Smith, RD 1,  313 Glenbrook-Waiuku Rd,  RD 1 Waiuku 09 235 3996 john.w.f.smith@xtra.co.nz Vice-president: Judith Matthews, P.O. Box 27, Awanui, Northland; 09 406 7380 or 09 406 7318; pwjmatthews@xtra.co.nz Vice-president: Renai Hart, Riverpark Farm 314 Matua Rd R D 1 Kumeu.  renai@riverpark.co.nz Secretary: Saskia Brosnan  98 Cemetery Rd, Sanson  RD 9 Palmerston North   saskia.brosnan@gmail.com Newsletter Editor: […]

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Hanoverian Sash Awards 2016-17

| August 15, 2017 | Reply
Hanoverian Sash Awards 2016-17

NEW ZEALAND HANOVERIAN SOCIETY SASH AWARDS FOR THE 2016 – 17  SEASON Event Name of Horse Name of Rider Name of Owner Auckland Dressage Championships Winner Levels 1-3 Leandro Angela Lloyd Winner Levels 4 -9 PR Disco SW Sheena Ross Marlborough Dressage Championships Winner Levels 1-3 Blytheburn Santana Sharron Inwood Wellington Championships Winner Levels 4 […]

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40 Years On in New Zealand – Hanoverians Celebrating.

| August 8, 2017 | Reply
40 Years On in New Zealand  –  Hanoverians Celebrating.

40 Years On,Hanoverians Celebrating. By Judith Wear Two bright stars are shining in 2017 – Dejavu MH,  in American and European dressage, and Clifton Signature, winner of this year’s CIC 3* at the Barbury International Horse Trials in England. Both are New Zealand-bred Hanoverians.  They are the latest brilliant  performers in the Hanoverian breed which, […]

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AGM 2017 – August 19th in Taupo

| July 2, 2017 | Reply
AGM  2017 – August 19th in Taupo

NZ Hanoverian Society –  AGM and 40th Anniversary Celebrations to be held at Huka Falls Lodge, Taupo. It’s that time of year again when we all get together and “talk horses” at the Annual General Meeting of your Society on Saturday 19th August 2017 at Huka Falls Lodge, Taupo Lunch from 12:30pm and commence the […]

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DejaVu MH – super world traveller

| May 9, 2017 | Reply
DejaVu MH – super world traveller

DeJauVu MH – the epic journey around the planet to Omaha – To the World Cup Finals DeJaVu MH – and Wendi Williamson New Zealand Grand Prix and Kur Dressage Champions 2017 DeJaVu MH – De Niro/Anamour born 2005. Breeders Matthews Hanoverians of Awanui, Northland New Zealand.He is the third foal of thirteen from Adelheid […]

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Top Foal Verband Tour 2017

| March 27, 2017 | Reply
Top Foal Verband Tour 2017

Danseur MH (Dancier/Anamour/Genius) became the top foal for 2017 during the tour by Dr Ludwig Christmann. Danseur MH is a very good type with a solid and correct  foundation and good paces. His dam line stems from the Grande stallion Genius and some good colonial bred Thoroughbred lines that were invaluable inclusions into the Studbook […]

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