Arjen 417 debut at PSG

Discussion in 'News Items' started by KPF, Jul 13, 2010.

  1. KPF

    KPF Well-known Member

    Studbook Stallion Arjen 417 Sport continues to develop his training in dressage where he made his debut at Prix St George with his rider Bennie van Es where he was placed third with a score of 62.24%.

    Arjen is the sire of our Crown mare Rixt's filly foal who is due to come to australia later this year. Arjen is also on standby for the Friesian Train display at WEG.

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    Last edited: Jul 13, 2010
  2. nannygoat

    nannygoat Gold Member

    Incredible to start at Prix St George - one can only dream of having a horse with that much talend AND the looks to match.

    How exciting to be importing a foal by this legend!!
     
  3. CDA

    CDA Well-known Member

    KPF just out of curiosity...

    are you able to 'start' competing at higher levels in europe?!

    if so, i think it is a good idea!
     
  4. nannygoat

    nannygoat Gold Member

    CDA there is not a lot stopping you from doing it here either....
     
  5. KPF

    KPF Well-known Member

    if you're refering to Arjen 417, he didn't 'start' his competition career at PSG, this is his first 'start' at PSG level.

    I believe you can start at a level higher than L1 in europe, but up to what I am not sure, I'd guess around M4 or Z. Spring will probably have more an idea.
     
  6. CDA

    CDA Well-known Member

    ok thanks for the clarification KPF!

    Nannygoat...don't you need points to start at a certain level?
     
  7. KPF

    KPF Well-known Member

    within Australia you don't have to start at Prelim....
     
  8. CDA

    CDA Well-known Member

    oh didnt know that!
     
  9. nannygoat

    nannygoat Gold Member

    CDA, all you have to do to find out is 'read the rule book' LOL

    a must for all competitors, judges and instructors alike!!
     
  10. celestialdancer

    celestialdancer Gold Member

    *drools*
    Yummy.
    And the feathers. Don't see many feathers in the dressage ring :p
    So, just having a running plait, that's legal for Dressage then? I wish I could running plait as well as that -.-
     
  11. Bear_Luva

    Bear_Luva Active Member

    Stunning :)
     
  12. mirawee

    mirawee Gold Member

    What a very stunning boy :D
     
  13. KPF

    KPF Well-known Member

    yes, I think he is a nice boy too. Great to see him out there competing and doing very well. There is a clip of him on youtube for the Pavo stallion comp held a while ago if you google his name.
     

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