Congratulations to Rachel & Adrian Whiting and Sharon Cox, who own Franziska imp. Winner of the Prydes Easifeed Leaderboard for 2014. Franziska imp. is a 6 year old chesnut mare by Furst Nymphenburg and was imported during the clever initiative run by the Hanoverian Horse Society of Australia to import fillies into Australia from Germany. (more…)
The HHSA is running a Young Dressage Horse Competition at Gatton Queensland on the 14th February. This will be an important qualifier for DWTS, Sydney CDI & Brisbane CDI.
25 Benefits of the Hanoverian Horse Society of Australia Inc.
The HHSA Committee would like to wish all their members, friends and supporters a Merry Christmas & Happy New Year.
2014 has been a busy year for the HHSA committee members. The HHSA were proud Sponsors of the Sydney CDI Young Horse Championship where Anna Sophie Fiebelkorn returned as guest rider and stayed on for some subsequent clinics. We are pleased to report that Anna Sophie will be returning early 2015. (more…)
A new auction record price was set at the 2014 PSI Auction in Germany, on Sunday 7 December 2014. The 6 year old Australian bred Hanoverian, SPH Dante, set a record price selling for 2,800,000 euro to the Russian duo Elena and Sergej Knyaginichev, established clients of the PSI. SPH Dante (Welfenadel x Dormello) was bred and owned by Andrea Beatty from Saffron Stables, NSW Australia. (more…)
Detailed below is a list of Committee Members for 2014 – 2015, listed in alphabetical order. (more…)
For all our breeders who foals presented on the 2014 tour, your patience is appreciated. We are pleased to report the passports for the branded or eligible for branding Hanoverian foals have left Germany on their way to Australia. (more…)
In 2011, Australian dressage enthusiasts at the Sydney CDI were delighted by the classical, correct and sensitive riding style of the German Guest Rider who had come to ride and judge the finalists in the HHSA NSW Young Horse championship. (more…)
The HHSA is pleased to announce that we are in a position to be able to offer a subsidy for young riders, age 25 and under, to attend training clinics. The Subsidy is a rebate of $50.00 per lesson or $100.00 per training clinic. (While funds last) Instructors must be Equestrian Australia NCAS Level 2, or above, International coach or any HHSA run clinic. (more…)