RESULTS OF THE STALLION SHOW 28th January 2017
GIERSBERGS TJURE (catalog nr 3)
Champion of the Young Stallions (photo Jochen Nösinger)
SOLFIN SKOVA (catalog nr 8)
FN-Bundessiegerhengst (photo Barbara Scholl)
(photo below by Jochen Nösinger)
ILLMO (catalog nr 10)
FN-Bundesreservesieger (photo Jochen Nösinger)
STEDJEBLAKKEN (catalog nr 29)
Sieger Althengste (photo Maj-Britt Krumbach)
Group judges, IGF directors, stallion owners (photos Barbara Scholl)
IGF on the „Grüne Woche Berlin“ 2017, January 28th and 29th
The 2017 stallion show for the Interessengemeinschaft Fjordpferd e.V. (IGF) in Germany is organized in collaboration with the German Equine Federation (FN), the Fair in Berlin, the Breeding Organization of Brandenburg and the IGF.
Conditions of participation for the Fjord horse stallions:
a) 4 year and older stallions must be registered in the „Hengstbuch I“ of a German breeding organization, member of the FN
b) 6 year and older stallions must have good results in performance tests. A stallion with good test results can be awarded with a FN-Premium if they obtain minimum 8,0 pts average score on the stallion show
Also 3 Champions will be designed as follows:
a) A Young Champion (stallions of 4 and 5 year old, without performance tests)
b) A FN-National Champion (stallions with good tests and who did not got a FN-Premium before)
c) A Senior Champion (stallions with good tests and who got already a FN-Premium)
Saturday 28th January
10 AM to 1 PM : presentation in hand of the stallions to a judge team with German and foreign judges (this year with Susan Hellum from Norway).
3 PM : placing and results championships
Sunday 29th January
1:30 PM : presentation of stallions with riding and driving show
Introduction and LIST OF PARTICIPANTS CLICK HERE !
President of IGF
LONDON NEW YEAR'S DAY PARADE- ALL THE QUEENS HORSES. BEN HUR
Here are some photos of our Fab Four and their Roman minders at the NYDP. Don't they look just splendid.
They really excelled themselves despite the weather. The costumes would have done justice to the actual movie Ben Hur. They enthralled the spectators who lined the route from start to finish.
Peter & Ellie WIlliams, Stacey Jury and Jenny Trotman looked every inch legionaries of the Roman Army. The legionaries were separated into centuries – units made up of 80 soldiers plus 20 men who remained in the camp to cook and do other chores. This is where our word 'century' derives from. Roman soldiers could march 20 miles (30 km) a day wearing armour and equipment. Our Fjord Unit's foot soldiers must have felt they had done similar mileage by the end of the day. So hers to all our humans & Fjord Horses.