Color: dark bay
Approved for: Denmark Oldenburg, Hanover, Westphalia, Southern German Stud Books, Mecklenburg, Rhineland
Four times, the score of 10.0 was awarded to the new World Champion of five-year-old dressage horses, our KWPN stallion Jovian. “What a fantastic mover! The trot – so elastic, so much spring and suspension and even with the huge amount of airtime, he still matched between front and back, always in balance and with perfect cadence. The canter is well-balanced, always uphill and so fluent. Jovian is a display of pure self-carriage and suppleness, with an equal contact in both reins” was the enthusiastic comment of the judges. With an overall score of 9.66, Jovian was unbeatable with his rider Andreas Helgstrand/DEN.
What a career! In 2017, Jovian won the three-year-old Dutch Championships. In 2018, he won his sport test in Verden with a score of 9.01, was named premium stallion at the Danish licensing and secured silver at the Dutch Pavo Cup. In 2019, as well as his gold medal at the World Championships, he also won the silver medal at the Danish Championships.
Jovian’s foals are also real high-flyers: at the German Foal Championships in Lienen, he produced the sixth-placed filly and the eleventh-placed colt.
His sire Apache was the KWPN Reserve Champion in ‘s-Hertogenbosch/NED and outstanding winner of the stallion competition in winter 2011/12. Ridden by Emmelie Scholtens, Apache was a member of the Dutch Olympic team in 2015. In 2018, the pair were part of the Dutch team placed fifth at the World Equestrian Games in Tryon/USA. The following year, he came eighth in the World Cup Final in Gothenburg/SWE.
His dam Zinith was herself placed in tests for young riding horses before she started breeding, produced Friend (by Rousseau), who was successful up to Inter I, and was especially distinguished as an “Elite Dressage Mare” by the KWPN. Zinith is the half-sister of the “ster” mare Upshot (by Olivi), who produced the licensed stallion Astrix (by Obelisk), who won the World Championships for five- and six-year-old dressage horses in 2010 and 2011 with Emmelie Scholtens/NED and has had further successes at high level.
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