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Wanderer

wanderer

Wanderer is one of the great Hanoverian sires and is renowned for producing horses with outstanding jumping talent, as well as elastic movements. The bay stallion descends from famous bloodlines (Wendekreis, Gotthard, Absatz) which are a special guarantee for performance ability. A large number of approved sons--six of them are Celle State stallions-- attest to his impressive ability to reproduce quality. Wanderer's daughter Welina was the Vice Champion Mare at the Ratje-Niebuhr Show 2000. Wanderer sires fantastic foals when bred to Thoroughbred mares. They are very elegant and modern and he really puts the movement and jumping ability on them.

 
Wagner Wendekreis Ferdinand
Domgottin (H)
Granada Gotthard
Nelkenrote (H)
Genua Glander Grande
Auerroschen (H)
SPS Alina Absatz

Salve

1980 bay 16.1-1/2-hand Hanoverian

Approved for: Hanoverian

Stallion Performance Test 1983, Adelheidsdorf

Overall score 119.65 / 6th of 39 

Progeny results in competition


Total prize money off offspring in competition: DM 839,072.00 

Number of registered competition horses: 380 

Outstanding offspring in show jumping: Kasting Horses Wait and See (DM 172,393.00) 

Breeding information progeny

Number of licensed sons: 29 

Sons at the Hanoverian State Stud at Celle: Falkland, Wanderbursch I, Wanderbursch II, Wandergesell, 

Wanderk√∂nig, Wandervogel I 

Number of registered broodmares: 210 

Number of state premium mares and candidates: 44