Annual National Tour 2018

2018 NATIONAL TOUR – our classifier

The classifier for 2018 is Katy Holder-Vale from Great Britain.

Katy has been breeding Hanoverians for over 30 years and has been a judge for the British Equestrian Federation Futurity evaluations for 10 years. Katy currently stands 2 stallions along with 9 broodmares at Witcham House Farm. For the last 28 years, Katy has been on the British Hanoverian committee and for the last six years, has taken the role of Chairman. In 1998, Katy qualified as a judge in Germany, having judged foals, mares, mare performance tests and stallion licensing.

Our National Tour will commence in mid February 2018 and travel around Australia over a 3 week period. In order to make the foal registration process a little easier now is the time to make sure you have your service certificate ready. Not sure what to do – just send an email so that we can enlighten you.

As your foals are born please go online www.hanoverian.org.au/forms to nominate your foal or mare for the tour. Please note that we do not accept nominations for the tour by phone, email or text message.

HHSA National Tour Map 2018

News Update – November 2017

Hello Friends,

For those  who are not aware, the recent AGM saw myself elected as President and Janette Lewis has moved into the role as Registrar.  We look forward to having Janette’s continued input.  I am sure I will be calling her on many occasions!!   Further information regarding the new committee can be found here on our website:  http://www.hanoverian.org.au/

Moving on,  it’s getting to that time of the year again when our members need to be giving  consideration to the upcoming tour, presently scheduled for mid-February to early March 2018. Information about our classifier Katy Holder-Vale can be found below.  Getting your paperwork in early really assists us with the tour organisation. Please use our online portal to complete your Foal Registrations and to renew your Membership: http://www.hanoverian.org.au/forms/     This is the preferred method for completion and increases accuracy of processing.

There is additional information below to help keep you abreast of what’s new and happening within the HHSA.  We are interested in new ideas from our members and welcome your constructive feedback.   There are often many jobs that need to be done to keep the HHSA running smoothly. Remember you don’t have to be on the Committee to offer to help out.  Please feel free to contact myself or any of the committee to see where you can be of assistance.

 

PASSPORTS

The final batch of passports for 2017 are ready to leave Germany. If you are waiting on passports, they will be posted within a week of arriving in Australia. Please watch for them and make sure you do not miss collection slips from the post office as you may need to sign for them.

MEMBERSHIP CARDS

All current financial members will receive a membership card after their membership has been paid. Last year it was black this year it is green. If you don’t have a card like the one shown in the photo then chances are you are not currently financial.

The membership number will allow you access to the Hanoverian/Rhineland database. You need to enter the email address that you use for emails from the HHSA. To gain access go to www.hanoverian.org.au and click as shown below. You will be able to find pedigrees on your own horses and other horses entered in our database.

2018 NATIONAL TOUR 

 

Our National Tour will commence in mid February 2018 and travel around Australia over a 3 week period. In order to make the foal registration process a little easier now is the time to make sure you have your service certificate ready. Not sure what to do – just send an email so that we can enlighten you.

As your foals are born please go online www.hanoverian.org.au/forms to nominate your foal or mare for the tour. Please note that we do not accept nominations for the tour by phone, email or text message.

NAMING YOUR FOAL

The HHSA follows the rules set out by the Hannoveraner Verband. When it comes to naming your foal most of the time we name the foal with a name starting with the first letter of the Sire’s name. However, for every rule there has to be exceptions and this occurs:

Where the studbook of origin uses a different naming system, Hannover goes back to the Hanoverian in the pedigree. The table below shows the letter to start the name. Eg. The name for foals by 00 Seven would start with R. Prestige VDL foal the name starts with S.

 

Furioso xx ‘F’ All at Once, Amandari, Ampere, Borsalino, Bretton Woods, Don Juan de Hus, Don Olymbrio L, Duvalier, Jazz, Johnson, Metall, Negro, Rousseau,  Sezuan, Uthopia, Wilton, Wynton, Zack, Zalbaster
Ladykiller xx ‘L’ Bordeaux,  Buckingham, Chippendale, Fighting Alpha, Krack C, Numero Uno, Tomahawk, Tornesch, United, Ustinov, Van Gogh, Veneno, Veneziano, Vilancio, Vitalis, Vivaldi
Quidam de Revel ‘Q’ Baltic, Be Careful, Galant de Semilly, Verdi, Zinedine
Flavius ‘W’ Lancet
Cor de la Bryere ‘C’ Arezzo, Eldorado v.d.Z., Messenger, Monte Bellini, Zavall
Voltire ‘V’ Marius Claudius, Kannan, Toronto, Uccello, Wilton
Silvano ‘S’ Prestige VDL
Rubinstein ‘R’ 00 Seven
Baloubet du Rouet – Alme ‘B’ Chaman

 

Good luck to all our members and breeders over the breeding season.

Dean Izzard
President
Hanoverian Horse Society of Australia Inc.

HHSA Committee

Your New Committee for 2017 – 2018

Pictures from the 2017 AGM:

HHSA Committee

HHSA Committee Members at the 2017 AGM

Janette Lewis at the 2017 AGM

Janette Lewis (Life Member)  at the 2017 AGM

 

HHSA committee members for 2018

Detailed below is a list of the HHSA committee for 2018. (more…)

Hanoverian & Rheinland Society AGM flyer

The Hanoverian Society 2017 AGM

Hanoverian & Rheinland Society AGM flyerThe Hanoverian Society invites all members, family and guests to our 2017 AGM.

Commencing at 10am we invite all members and guests to mingle and catch up over a delicious morning tea and coffee. The AGM will begin at 11am. Following this we will have our guest presenter, Dr Tori Doyle, a give a seminar on all things breeding and raising foals. We are very lucky to have Tori, a reproduction specialist with us for the event, and she will be happy to answer any questions following her seminar. The day will conclude with lunch served by Spicers Homage Restaurant.

We look forward to seeing many familiar faces and meeting new breeders!

AGM Details:

Date: 11th November 2017
Address: Spicers Retreat Hidden Vale (617 Grandchester Mount Mort Road, Grandchester QLD).
Price: $40pp (fully includes morning tea and lunch)

Please RSVP by the 3rd November to hanoverian@hanoverian.org.au

Document you’ll need:

2017 HHSA AGM Agenda Forms and Documentation

Landguestut Celle Stud

Stallion Service Raffle – Celle State Stud 2017

How would you like opportunity to design and breed the Hanoverian foal of your dreams!

 
ihbsmallChoose a Celle Stallion & with one dose, from IHB, it can be yours with the winning raffle ticket!

Tickets $10.00 each.
Limited number will be sold.
DRAWN August 25th, 2017 or prior if sold out.

For more information you can visit the IHB website

Thank you to Landgestut Celle and International Horse Breeders for their continued support.

State Stud Celle - Finigan

 

2017 HHSA Foal Pictorial

HHSA Foal Pictorial 2017

Please find below the National Foal Pictorial. Thankyou to Michael Procter for collating the pictorial this year. It is fantastic to see how many people sent photos in for the pictorial. (more…)

HHSA Annual Riding Awards 2016

Nominations are now open for the HHSA Annual Riding Awards for the competition year of 2016. These awards will be presented at our Annual Breeders Evening. This will be held on the Friday evening of the Sydney CDI, 28/04/2017 at approximately 7:00pm.  (Venue to be decided)

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2017 Gatton Championships

HHSA YH Results 2017

The 3rd Annual running of  the HHSA  Young Horse Competition at the Gatton Indoor, QLD last weekend. This competition is open to all Horses and Ponies, not  just Hanoverians. Many members helped on the day, thank you to every one of them. Special thanks must go to Dean Izzard, Anthony Reckin, Kim Kulper, Clare Muller, Janette Lewis, Kirsty Phillips and Kaitlin Colless, this small band of happy workers did their best to keep smiles on everyone’s faces. Sue Crockett was our professional photographer: suecrockettphotography.com/photography.php?sec=dressage  Photos are available on her website (photograph folders can be found in the sidebar). (more…)