This is the criteria for inclusion into the main Hanoverian stud book.
Horses are only entered in the various sections of the Studbook which correspond to the particular requirements.
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.
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.
A new, regular feature to learn about the Hanoverian Studbook.
Did you know “The Hanoverian – A Guideline for the Breeder” contains everything you need to know about the breed?
Frozen semen from the world’s best stallions, from Stoneylea Farm.
Every two years The New Zealand Hanoverian Society hosts a representative of the German Verband. This February, touring both the North and the South Islands will be Dr Ludwig Christmann, Director Department Breeding Abroad Development & Consulting.
The October Edition is now available online.
The raffle has been drawn and we would like to again thank all of the sponsors who contributed to our raffle…