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British dressage rider Laura Tomlinson-Bechtolsheimer has a new talent for the future in her stables. The eight-year-old Rose of Bavaria is a daughter of KWPN approved stallion Bordeaux will be geared towards the Grand Prix level with Tomlinson. Bred by Germany’s Rainer and Heidi Heuschmann, Rose of Bavaria finished 16th at the German Bundeschampionate as a three-year-old, after which Rudolf Widmann competed the mare up to Light Tour level. In addition to Rose of Bavaria, Tomlinson has two other KWPN bred horses in her string, the approved stallion Capri Sonne Jr (by Rhodium), competing at Grand Prix level; and the Inter II ranked KWPN registered Fallatijn. The 35-year-old dressage rider will not be competing with her new talent Rose of Bavaria for a while, as she is expecting her third child.

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