At the end of the WBFSH rankings cycle, our breeder and studbook rankings start again from zero. Heading into the second half of our cycle, we start publishing the rankings on a monthly basis.
In the DRESSAGE BREEDER RANKING:
Silke Druckenmüller still finds herself in first place for breeding TSF DALERA (by Easy Game). Stal Heiline drops from the number 2 position to third place. They are the breeders of the DWB mare DANCIERA (by Fürstenball). And up from 5th place at the end of the 2022 Breeder Rankings, to second place, is Kathrin Damm, for breeding the DSP-bred gelding QUANTAZ (by Quaterback).
Dalera (photo: Dirk Caremans)
Among the JUMPING BREEDERS, Jenny Abrahamsson finds herself in first place, up from rank 144 at the end of last cycle. She is the breeder of THEO 160, Holstein gelding by Christian 25 x Calando IV. Ranks 2 & 3 are taken by Stoeterij Dorperheide and Mr & Mrs Renwick respectively. Stoeterij Dorperheide bred BWP gelding MY PRINS VAN DORPERHEIDE (by Zilverstar T), who is competed by David Will (GER). The Renwicks are the breeders of AES-bred ARKUGA (Arco III x Heartbreaker), competed by James Smith (GBR). All three breeders are in the Top10 for the first time.
My Prins van Dorperheide (photo: Dirk Caremans)
J.W.& A.P. Jurrius (NED) are in first position in the EVENTING BREEDER RANKINGS, moving up from 26th in the Final 2022 ranking, for breeding the KWPN-bred GALILEO NIEUWMOED (by Carambole). For breeding the Selle Francais gelding CAROUZO BOIS MAROTIN (by Kannan), Ophelie Mouflet finds herself in second position.
Adriaan van Bezouw is in third position for breeding Doug Payne's ZANG gelding Z (birth name Albano Z), who is by Asca Z. this puts him back into the Top10, after ending at rank 297 in the 2022 final WBFSH Breeder Rankings. Adriaan van Bezouw won the Longines WBFSH Breeder of the Year Award in 2018.
Albano Z (Photo: Dirk Caremans)
The dressage studbook rankings start out with the KWPN remaining in first place, with 12914 points, from the performances of:
The BWP maintains its first place from last year, with 4764 points after the April cycle, from the performances of:
The SBSF moves into first place with 784, from second at the end of last year, due to the performances of:
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