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Sylvie Willms & Her Arabs - In The Light Of The Stars

Sylvie Willms Sylvie Willms was born with a passion for horses, because the Willms family has been training and riding noble pure-bred horses for more than 300 years. Alex Willms is known far beyond the borders of Belgium as a horse trainer. Celine Willms successfully rode in the Belgian national team Grand Prix and thrilled Queen Elizabeth on the occasion of her 50th anniversary to the throne with a breathtaking dressage. Daughter Sylvie has also been riding since she was a child and always inspires the audience with her magical freedom dressage. She also rides the highest dressage lessons without a bridle. When the Willms family is not on tour, they train horses for cinema productions at their stud farm. And Alex Willms exclusively sews saddles and bridles from the finest materials for selected customers.



The story APASSIONATA is on tour again: With standing ovations and frenetic applause, the new show "In the Light of the Stars" has already been celebrated by thousands of viewers. As in previous years, APASSIONATA enchants the audience with magical encounters between man and horse! der Sterne "tells the exciting story of lead actress Leyla in over 30 European cities. When she wants to make a wish at the sight of a falling star, it falls to earth and crumbles into stardust. Leyla picks it up and puts it in her lucky charm. She wants to make everyone happy with the stardust. But she is prevented from her plan: A dark figure steals her lucky charm from Leyla. Together with the mysterious rider Pedro, she makes her way to recapture the stardust. An adventurous journey begins ... Arabs As a horse type, the Arabs were first mentioned as early as 2000 BC. Described in BC. They came to Arabia 1500 years ago through nomadic Bedouins, who admired their "sons of the desert" so much that they fed the animals by hand and let them sleep with them in their tents. For this reason, the Arab developed particularly pleasant traits: a benign temperament, one excellent character, tolerance and devotion. The highly intelligent horses have excellent hearing and a keen sense of memory and location.

They are also incredibly tough and frugal. Their movements are easy, graceful and with expansive corridors. Arab-Berbers About 1000 years ago, this horse breed was created by crossing Arabs or thoroughbred Arabs and Berbers. Even today, both pure breeding and combination breeding are permitted. The fast and agile Arab-Berbers are becoming more and more popular, especially in Central Europe, but there are only very few breeders. The Arab-Berber is said to combine the best of both of its original races. Breeders want an appearance of a square, rounded and harmonious horse. The neck should be long and with a significantly longer, more muscular and impressively curved topline, as we know it from the Andalusian. The long hair is a little more sparse than that of the Berber, but the thick, full mane sometimes to the shoulder and the tail sometimes to the ground. All colors are used, the horses often even have a metallic sheen in their fur. In addition, they are considered to be extremely nervous. Particularly noteworthy is the willingness to enter into close relationships with people. They are very gentle, very willing to learn and work and their temperament is considered to be more balanced than that of the thoroughbred Arabs.

Renate Saphir


Renate Saphir - Austria - Showjumping Rider

Stefan Gratz


Stefan Gratz - Austria - Horse Driving

Sandra Kã–Fler


Sandra Kã–Fler - Austria
Sandra

Constanze Wenzel


Constanze Wenzel - Austria

KNN Approved Outcross List
Please note the Rules and Breed Standards have been translated from the official rules and regulations of the Knabstrupper EU Mother Stud Book Knabstrupperforeningen for Danmark (KNN) as last revised 5th May 2007.For the avoidance of doubt the Danish text takes precedence.
Translation Theresa Vimmerslev May 2007 for the KNN.
Original source of publishing www.ukknabstruppergrading.org.uk
Outcrossing with the following breeds is permitted by the KNN - this applies to mares as well as stallions.
For the Knabstrupper horse the accepted outcross list includes:
- Frederiksborg Hesteavlsforeningen (Fredriksborger)
- Dansk Oldenborg Avl (Danish Oldenborg)
- Trakehner Avlsforbundet i Danmark (Trakehner)
- Dansk Selskab for Arabisk Hesteavl (Shagya, Arab and Angloarab)
- Dansk Varmblod (Danish Warmblood)
- Grnseegnens Holstener Hesteavlsforening (Holsteiner)
- Thoroughbred XX (approved with Danish Warmblood, Trakehner or Arab Societies)
3: Outcrossing with animals from other spotted breeds is not permitted.
4: Outcrossing with animals from the accepted outcross list that are carriers of the grey gene is not permitted (decided in 1995, updated 2007).
5: When using a stallion from the accepted outcross list on a graded Knabstrupper mare the progeny will be eligible for registration and branding provided the mare owner has notified the Society`s stallion list administrator before the 1st November of the year of the covering taking place.
6: Progeny which results from a cross between an approved Knabstrupper and a cold blood horse, pony or trotter is not eligible to be put forward with Knabstrupperforeningen for Danmark.
For the Knabstrupper pony the accepted outcross list includes:
- Avlsforeningen for New Forest Ponyer i Danmark (New Forest Pony)
- Welsh Pony avlen i Danmark (Welsh Pony, but not Welsh Cob)
- Avlsforeningen for Connemara Ponyer i Danmark (Connemara)
- Dansk Sports Ponyavl (Danish Sports Pony)
- Avlsforeningen for Dartmoor Ponyer i Danmark (Dartmoor pony)
- Avlsforeningen for Shetlandsponyer i Danmark (Shetland pony)
- Dansk Miniatureforening (Danish Miniature Society) - Only allowed for Miniatures
3: It may be permissible to use spotted ponies from other breed societies not included in the outcross list. A decision is made on a case by case basis. Precedence may not be cited. The Society may constrain the requirements when grading horses or ponies out of parents graded in breed societies in other countries not adhering to the breeding requirements of the Society.
4: Ponies of Knabstrupper colouration of other breeds or of unknown ancestry may only be graded in the Society for crossing with animals registered with the Society. In force from 2006.
5: Outcrossing with animals from the accepted outcross list that are carriers of the grey gene is not permitted (decided in 1995, updated 2007).
6: When using a stallion from the accepted outcross list on a graded Knabstrupper mare the progeny will be eligible for registration and branding provided the mare owner has notified the Society`s stallion list administrator before the 1st November of the year of the covering taking place.
7: Progeny which results from a cross between an approved Knabstrupper and a cold blood horse, pony or trotter is not eligible to be put forward with Knabstrupperforeningen for Danmark.

Amelie Menhofer


Amelie Menhofer - Austria - Showjumping Rider

Stefanie Mayr


Stefanie Mayr - Austria - Horse Vaulting

Theresa Rochelt


Theresa Rochelt - Austria - Dressage Rider Theresa Rochelt

Simon Wiedlack


Simon Wiedlack - Austria - Horse Vaulting

Team Vv Zillertal


Team Vv Zillertal - Austria - Horse Vaulting Team Vv Zillertal

Judith Baier


Judith Baier - Austria - Horse VaultingJudith Baier