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[Fact Box] The Stallion Performance Test

| September 25, 2015 | Reply
[Fact Box] The Stallion Performance Test

Stallions are licensed only on condition that they pass a stallion performance test at a specially created testing center like the one at Adelheidsdorf, near Celle.

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[Fact Box] Stallion Licensing

| September 18, 2015 | Reply
[Fact Box] Stallion Licensing

In New Zealand, a stallion may be licensed provided he fulfills the requirements as described in the NZ Hanoverian Society rulebook.

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[Fact Box] The Mare Performance Test

| September 11, 2015 | Reply
[Fact Box] The Mare Performance Test

Here, the basic gaits, jumping talent in free jumping as well as the mare’s rideability are judged.

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[Fact Box] Mare Classification

| September 4, 2015 | Reply
[Fact Box] Mare Classification

Requirements and preparation for mare classifications.

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[Fact Box] Pre Studbook and S Studbook

| August 28, 2015 | Reply
[Fact Box] Pre Studbook and S Studbook

Pre Studbook and S Studbook give breeders two further options to breed a Registered Hanoverian foal.

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[Fact Box] Main Studbook criteria

| August 21, 2015 | Reply
[Fact Box] Main Studbook criteria

This is the criteria for inclusion into the main Hanoverian stud book.

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[Fact Box] The Studbook

| August 14, 2015 | 1 Reply
[Fact Box] The Studbook

Horses are only entered in the various sections of the Studbook which correspond to the particular requirements.

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Hanoverian Breeding is Jumping into the Future

| August 12, 2015 | Reply
Hanoverian Breeding is Jumping into the Future

Introducing “The New Zealand Jumper Programme”. The NZ society is broadening the base of its breeding programme to include a limited number of other top breeds to promote the breeding of high quality Hanoverian jumpers.

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[Fact Box] Hanoverians – the origins

| August 7, 2015 | Reply
[Fact Box] Hanoverians – the origins

The modern Hanoverian horse represents one of the most prominent breeds for riding horses in the world. In Germany, the studbook comprises close to 19,000 registered brood mares and 540 approved breeding stallions.

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Fact Box Introduction

| July 31, 2015 | Reply
Fact Box Introduction

A new, regular feature to learn about the Hanoverian Studbook.

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