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Lancet is a son of the well-known dressage sire Wenzel I, by Woerman. The "W" line in Hannover has also brought forth the excellent stallions Welcome, World Cup I, Western Star and Weltmeyer. The dam of Lancet, Stella, by Shogun xx, boasts Absatz as the sire of her second dam. His granddam is a full sister to Argentan. Lancet was approved by the KWPN as a three year old, achieving two 8's and two 8.5's as part of his dressage scores. After his approval he won the stallion competition two years in a row. Lancet has gone on to the highest level in dressage with rider Imke Schellekens-Bartels.  The pair competed on the Dutch Olympic Team, placing 11th in the individual competition and 4th in the team competition.  Lancet was the ambassador for the Dutch at the Olympic Games in Athens. Some results of this still-young combination are: Winner CHIO Rotterdam intermediate I, fourth place Maastricht in the Prix St. George, third place Mechelen in Intermediare, second place at Mechelen in the international Prix St Georges. In 2002 ten offspring of Lancet were eligible for the final half of the PAVO Cup for four and five year old dressage horses.  In 2006 Uzzo (Lancet x C Indoctro) was Champion of the World Championships for Young Dressage Horses, scoring an amazing 9.0 for trot, and 8.6 for canter.  At the 2006 Zwolle Stallion Show, son Sumarik placed 9th in the preliminary rounds for FEI 6 year old division.  Lancet’s current breeding index is 143. In 2008, Lancet competed in the Olympics in Bejing. AT the 2008 CDI London Olympia Horse Show, the Kbis Dressage Horse of the Year was awarded to Lancet, who finished fourth in the team test and seventh overall at the Olympics.

Wenzel I  Woerman Woehler
Moncheri Matador


Shogun xx Tamerlane xx
Suleika xx
Anika Absatz
SPS Worms

1993 dark bay 16.3-hand KWPN 

Approved for: KWPN

Stallion Performance Test

Walk: 8
Trot: 8
Canter: 8.5
Dressage Ability: 8.5
Technique: 5
Scope: 5.5
Jumping Ability: 5.5

lancet index