• FEI World Individual Dressage Ranking Number 1: Isabell Werth (GER) Photo: Hippo Foto/Dirk Caremans

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New talent for Daniel Deusser

Daniel Deusser is very impressed with his new ride, the talented 7-year-old Killer Queen VDM (by Eldorado van de Zeshoek), winning the seven-year-old classes over 1,35m at the CSI Valkenswaard in the Tops International Arena two weeks in a row. The BWP mare is an offspring of the For Pleasure-daughter Derly Chin de Muze (under Eric Lamaze), and after only a little over a week of riding the mare, Deusser said; “She is one to look out for in the future.”

Bordeaux to Isabel Freese

Norwegian rider Isabel Freese has taken over the reins of the KWPN approved stallion Bordeaux. The United-son was previously competed at the highest level by Eva Möller, but she left to the stables of Andreas Helgstrand last year. Isabel Freese, stable rider at Paul Schockemöhle’s yard where Bordeaux is stabled, has now taken over the reins.

Pamero ridden by Gemma Tattersall

Promising four-star eventer Pamero 4, produced by Laura Collett, has moved to Gemma Tattersall’s yard. Collett stated; “I’m beyond devastated as I have always believed in this horse — I knew from the first time I ever sat on him that he was going to be a superstar. I have had some amazing times with ‘Pee’ and I’m so grateful for the opportunity to ride such a talented horse. I wish Gemma the very best of luck with him.” Owner Clive Smith added; “Gemma is a very strong rider and I’ve always thought of her very highly, as I have thought of Laura very highly. It’s just something that is in the best interests of Pamero. There’s nothing personal about it. I’ve been thinking about this for a long time. It’s just something I felt I ought to do.”

Promising rides for Kevin Staut and Patrice Delaveau

French top riders Kevin Staut and Patrice Delaveau were also given talented young horses to ride by their employer, Haras des Coudrettes. The six-year-old KWPN bred Gerwena (by Lexicon), will soon be seen under Kevin Staut’s saddle, after making her international debut at Arezzo earlier this year. Delaveau will get to focus on the further training of the eight-year-old Vestale de Mazure (by Landor), previously competed at 1.45m level by Axel van Colen.

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