A Sensational result for one of our NZ Hanoverian Breeders; Judith and Peter Matthews, of Matthews Hanoverians, are now the proud owners of this STUNNING top priced broodmare, purchased at the 40th Elite-Foal and Broodmare Auction in Verden, Germany She is named Hann Pr. A “Saphira” and is by Soliman De Hus, out of a […]
Matthews Hanoverians 2014 Foal Show Robin Potter – Studbook keeper for NZHS (and also a dressage judge) was invited to judge at the Far North Dressage Tournament on the first week in April. Peter and Judith very graciously host the friends and members of Dressage Northland to a dinner and foal show on the Saturday […]
Anamour Black, 1991, 16.3hh, Hanoverian. By Aalborg, out of a Lombard mare (Lucille). Licensed and Performance Tested in Adelhiedsdorf, Germany (1994), HLP 112.64 11/40. Service fee: NZ$1,500 + GST Contact Details: Gary & Wendy Freeman, Bilbar Lodge Mil Road, R.D. 6, Palmerston North, New Zealand Ph: (06) 324-8827 Email: email@example.com Website: www.anamour.co.nz Corofino II (Hol.) 1997, […]
Stallion Licensing 2013 Doringcourt and Cassiano It was very exciting to be able to inspect two older stallions who have met their Performance criteria as laid down in our Bylaws. Firstly, in Dairy Flat north of Auckland City, we visited the home of Ron, Sally and Andrea Bank at their North Park Equestrian […]
Some real highlights from the Mare classifcation tour Judith Matthews Matthews Hanoverians fabulous foals Doringcourt’s stallion licensing The lovely horses at our very first Mare and Foal show at Abderry Renai Hart‘s display of her gleaming stallion Worldly The Mare Performance test of Henton Evita – 2 10′s for jumping no less The wonderul Anamour […]
by Victoria Weston The importation of frozen semen from around the world is becoming common practice for many equine-breeding enthusiasts, who are keen to introduce new bloodlines to New Zealand.
by Dave Hanlon Participating in the delivery of your new foal can be an exhilarating and nervous time for any broodmare owner. Understanding what is normal during foaling and when to seek assistance during or after foaling are the keys to ensuring that both your mare and foal survive the event safely.