The KWPN studbook are now a worldwide breeding association with studbooks all around the world. Below you can watch the important KWPN breeding stallion Libero H winner of the 1994 world cup final with Dutch rider Jos Lansink.
Interesting Facts About The KWPNThe KWPN studbook originated as a work horse breeding association, breeding heavier warmblood for working the farm. After the second world war the KWPN studbook would move into producing modern sport horses primarily for dressage, showjumping and sport horse harness driving.
Nimmerdor was arguably one of the most influential breeding stallions in Europe from the last century, he would be named by the KWPN studbook as the stallion of the century.
Samber was the first coloured spot horse approved as a KWPN stallion, Samber competed to medium level dressage and 1.30m in the sphere of show jumping. Many of the coloured sport horses seen in competition arena can trace there lineage back to this original KWPN coloured stallion.
KWPN Horses For SaleHigh Offley Stud breed numerous top quality sport horses and are big fans of Dutch bloodlines, a number of KWPN horses can be seen in the pedigree`s of home grown foals and young horses, these include Jasper, Nimmerdor, Samber, Voltaire, Numero Uno, Libero H, Grannus, Animo and many, many others. For more information please call Call: 07811 329229 - Email: email@example.com
Lonneke Klein Willink
Lonneke Klein Willink - Holland
Marloes Van De Akker
Marloes Van De Akker - Holland
Mieke Boom - Holland
Romy Froma - Holland
Rolien Bron - Holland
Laurens Sliepenbeek - Holland - Dressage Rider / Horses competed internationally by Laurens Sliepenbeek include the dressage pony Hoby (sired by Hasko out of the mare Susi who is a daughter of Boomerang)
Ronald Wacker - Holland - Showjumping Rider
Yanaika Quist - Holland - Endurance Rider
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Sven Rothenberger represented Germany at many major championships before becoming part of the dutch team and representing Holland internationally in the sport of dressage after marrying Dutch rider Gonnelien Gordijn. With his adopted Dutch nationality Sven represented Holland at the 1996 Olympic games in Atlanta winning an individual silver medal and a team bronzze medal. Sven also won team silver medal at the 1995 and 1997 European championships as well as as an individual silver medal in 1995.
Before switching nationality from German to Dutch Sven was a regular on the German dressage team winning two team gold medals at the European championships as well as an individual European gold freestyle in 1991 and silver in 1993.
Below you can watch Sven Rothenber in action in the world cup final riding his talented horse Bo.
Laurens Damminga - Holland - Showjumping Rider
Nicky Meursing - Holland - Showjumping Rider
Peter Simons - Holland - Reigning
Wim De Jong
Wim De Jong - Holland - Horse Driving
Renske De Jonge
Renske De Jonge - Holland - Eventing
Stephanie Van Den Bosch
Stephanie Van Den Bosch - Holland - Showjumping Rider
Stephanie Van Den Bosch Horses - Clinchy Z (Catango Z, 1996)
Stephanie Van Den Bosch Competition Results13 - `S-Hertogenbosch, Indoor Brabant Prijs - Tabel A 1m30 - 23/03/2006 - Clinchy Z
19 - `S-Hertogenbosch, Indoor Brabant Prijs - Tabel A 1m30 - 23/03/2006 - Clinchy Z
Hanneke Mol - Holland - Showjumping Rider
Hanneke Mol Horses - Candlelight
Hanneke Mol Competition Results03 - Lisbon, Nations Cup - 22/07/1998 - Candlelight
Hanneke Verschuur - Holland - Eventing Rider / Horses competed by Hanneke Verschuur include Donovan, La Flor and Destiny
Moniek Van Dijk
Moniek Van Dijk - Holland - Dressage Rider
Merel Blom started riding at the age of 5 and soon developed a love for all the different equestrian sports, at twelve she started riding competitively riding her pony in Z level dressage and showjumping. At 19 she competed at the young rider championships with her horse Lady Lorridaile. In 2011 she was selected to represent Holland at the senior European championships riding Umberto. Merel Blom has a strong string of eventing horses and represents Holland internationally at many major championships and events.
Rianne Nalis - Holland - Showjumping Rider