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Blue Hors Stud and Lövsta Stuteri are joining forces, enabling breeders to access stallions from their neighbouring countries much easier. Blue Hors is one of the largest stallion stations in Denmark, and Lövsta Stuteri is much the same in Sweden. The two studs are making their collaboration official in March, when they are hosting their first joint stallion show. Just like Blue Hors, Antionia Ax:son Johnson’s Lövsta Stuteri focuses on a combination of sport and breeding. Both studs offer stallions that perform at the highest level of the sport. Where Blue Hors revolves around dressage stallions, Lövsta Stuteri also stands a few jumpers. Ax:son Johnson is a big supporter of dressage in Sweden, Tinne Vilhelmson Silfvén being responsible for the schooling of the Lövsta Stuteri stallions.

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