In New Zealand we have licensed, performance tested Hanoverian stallions that were bred in Germany, and other stallions from non-Hanoverian populations that have gained Hanoverian breeding approval.

Only foals from these stallions, or from the frozen semen of approved stallions, out of Hanoverian classified mares, are eligible for registration and birth branding as Hanoverian riding horses.

If you are unsure about a stallion's status, please do not hesitate to contact the Studbook keeper or one of our classifiers for advice.

Past and Foundation Stallions are here.

Andretti

Andretti

2002 Holsteiner stallion. Stam 776. 169 cms. Hanoverian licensed ...
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Cassiano (Hol.)

170cm (16.3hh), Holsteiner, hanoverian approved ...
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Corofino II (Hol.)

1997, 170cm Holsteiner; Approved for use over Hanoverian birth branded mares ...
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Euro Sport Centavos

Euro Sport Centavos

Euro Sport Centavos 2004 Hanoverian stallion, 172cm; Licensed for: Hanoverian, Oldenburg, SBS and NZWB studbooks ...
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Eurocommerce Pennsylvania (aka Grand Pilot I)

Eurocommerce Pennsylvania

Approved for Rheinland ...
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Limonit

1999 hanoverian stallion, 170cm. Licensed and performance tested in Germany ...
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Lingh II

Lingh II

Lingh II Approved for Rheinland. 2007 Dark Bay Stallion 170cm ...
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Lordano

1992 Holsteiner stallion, 163cm. Approved for Rheinland ...
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Swarovski

Swarovski

Swarovski 2004 Oldenburg stallion; 170cm; Approved for Hanoverian, Rheinland and Westfalian Studbooks ...
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Worldly

Worldly 1997 chestnut 16.2hh Hanoverian Type, nobility and expression, combined with a compact, well-shaped conformation and expressive riding horse points ...
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4 thoughts on “Hanoverian and Rheinland licensed and approved stallions

  • August 9, 2017 at 10:45 pm
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    Hi- I’m buying a horse with a sire line of ‘The Graduate’, how do I find more details about this stallion? He is meant to be Hanoverian, thanks.

  • November 13, 2017 at 12:41 pm
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    So why doesn’t a list of our approved/licensed stallion come up as soon as I Google them.

  • January 1, 2018 at 9:20 am
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    I am so sorry….I just found this message. The Graduate is by the Hanoverian jumping stallion Gouverneur that stood here in the 80’s. He was bred by Helen Ensor in Blenheim but I do not kknow the dam line sorry. Try to contact Helen – or Bruce Wakeling who stood Gouverneur and is good friends of Helen. Regards, Robin

  • January 1, 2018 at 9:21 am
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    Hi Debbie – I am sorry but only just discovered this message. I do not know the answer. I will ask Robin at Horsetalk and maybe she can make that happen.
    Happy New Year – and happy mare hunting.
    Robin

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