One of the major warmblood breeds of all German breedings is the Hanoverian. Its origin goes back to the founding of the State Stud Celle in Lower Saxony in 1735. As a basis of breeding, Holstein horses were used but also the Thoroughbred was of great importance because they gave the Hanoverian hard ... More about the horse breed Hanoverian
Hanoverian elite stallion 300 day tested
Woiwode is a son of the beautiful Wolkenstein II, one of the legendary Weltmeyer's top-siring sons. Wolkenstein II is noted for his exceptional conformation, which he passes on to his offspring, in addition to top talent for dressage. Woiwode is a very elegant stallion with first-class conformation and an excellent topline. a wonderful dressage pedigree. He is very striking, due to his noble impression and his well-shaped riding horse conformation always creating an uphill-moving in clear rhythm.
Stallion Performance Test 2002, Adelheidsdorf
Overall score 116.4 / 9th
Dressage score 123.13 / 6th
Jumping score 99.81 / 24th