“Erfolg in aller Welt” - “Success all over the world”
These are two internationally recognised Stud Books. NZHS has gained membership of the World Breeding Federation of Sporthorses – the WBFSH.
On this website you will find information about the Hanoverian and Rheinland horses, the New Zealand Hanoverian Society and the Hanoverian and Rheinland breeding programmes, including the procedures that must be followed in order to breed horses eligible for Hanoverian and Rheinland registration and branding.
While we strive for the breeding of talented sport horses for the dressage, jumping, eventing and driving disciplines, our horses are also equally suited for the recreational and amateur riders, who make up a large proportion of the riding population. ...Read more
Hanoverians are horses of predominantly Hanoverian descent, which are bred according to the breeding regulations of the Verband Hannoverscher Warmblutzuchter e.V. (VHW) – the Hanoverian Warmblood Breeders Association in Germany....Read more
Saturday 31st August – at The Airport Holiday Inn, Ascot Rd – Mangere, AUCKLAND. Pre-festivities refreshments start at 1.30 pm followed by the AGM, then one or two presentations then the Prize giving to finish. There is a dinner option
Many people are uncertain where their mare or mares fit into either Hanoverian or Rheinland Studbooks. This flow diagram serves to demystify the situation.
Stallion Licensing – final approval from Verband Veterinary Team has come through for two of the stallions. For the very first time we have had the possibility to present colts for licensing in Australasia. Two young colts and both were
Emelia Forsyth has finished her season on a high with wins in both the Equissage Horse Grand Prix and FMG Young Rider at Showjumping Waitemata’s Grand Prix Jumping Show at the weekend. Aboard her feisty chestnut mare Henton Faberge (For