Photo Credit | Wytchstyck Pictures
2017 Chestnut Hanoverian Filly
Registrations Pending: HHSA, AWHA
Sire | Sezuan (IFS)
Dam | PrMC TW Qursed (Quaterback x Weltmeyer)
From the first time I saw a video of Sezuan in late 2012, I had been wanting to bred a foal by him and I was able to breed my lovely Quaterback x Weltmeyer mare to him in 2016. This filly is everything I could of ever dreamt of in terms of quality, type and movement and I am very blessed to own her. A dressage career is still a couple of years away, but I am very excited for that time to eventually come.
Sire: Sezuan (IFS)
Black Danish Warmblood Stallion 17.0hh. Approved for Hanover, Oldenburg and DWB.
Licensed in Denmark back in 2012, Sezuan was awarded scores never given before including ten scores of 10 and this put him on the world stage as the most talked about Warmblood stallion worldwide.
Sezuan, ridden by Dorothee Schneider was the triple World Young Dressage Horse Champion, winning titles in 2014, 2015 & 2016.
Sezuan has continued his career at international Small Tour wish scores above the magical 80% mark.
More information about Sezuan can be found here.
Photo Credit | Equitaris
Dam: PrMC TW Qursed
Chestnut Hanoverian Mare
Registered: HHSA, AWHA, ACE, AHSA, ANSA, EA and SHC
Sire | Quaterback (IFS)
Dam | PrM Broadway Waterford
Qursed is a Hanoverian chestnut mare sired by the German stallion sensation Quaterback, out of the Weltmeyer mare, PrM Broadway Waterford. A picture of elegance with expressive movement, during her show career Qursed has amassed a long list of achievements in the Show Ring and with dressage scores at Preliminary Level of up to 75.78%. In the Mare Classification with the Australian Warmblood Horse Association, Qursed was graded into the Head Studbook with a score of 84.50%. Qursed is also a Premium Mare Candidate in the Hanoverian Studbook recognised for her dual talent in Dressage and Jumping, to acquire her Premium Mare designation she is required to have a foal and achieved this in November 2017 with a stunning filly by Sezuan.
Photo Credit | Lorelle Mercer