In this part of our series #stallionsunday, we can introduce another young, up-and-coming AQHA stallion bred in Europe: The Great Chief. We talked to his breeders Stefanie and Benjamin Höhn about this stallion whose paper definitely stands out in Europe.
Jadasa Jablonowski has won her second Congress Champion title – and we have all the details: Read our interview to find out how Dasi managed to get from the Q International DQHA Championship to the All American Quarter Horse Congress within a few days, how she prepared for the class and what other goals she has:
What is it like to come to one of the largest shows in Europe, the VWB Bavarian Championship? What is it like to be in Kreuth for the first time? Compete in the Ostbayernhalle? While some of us might vividly remember their first time in the big arena, others have never competed there. Maybe because they never got the chance, maybe because they were afraid. In order to diminish the fear of competing in Kreuth, we have talked to someone who has just recently shown there for the first time:
He was one of the most decorated Hunter under saddle horses in Europe and yet his story is also characterized by many setbacks and hard fights: The brown gelding with the short but memorable name Technology was bred by Alexandra Jagfeld – then a teenager – and owned by the Jagfeld family until his death. From causing some arguments within the Jagfeld family to conquering the Hunter under saddle classes in Europe, “Jerry” has lived a short but adventurous show life. Alexandra Jagfeld has told us the story of this exceptional gelding that passed away last year.