From September 27 to October 01, 2022, this year's USA inspection tour with foal inspection, mare registration and stallion approval took place. Breeding director Stephan Haarhoff visited together with Michael Gonell (member of the inspection and approval commission) Prairie Pines Farm, Florida, Hyperion Stud, Virginia and Hidden Pearl Farm, Pennsylvania. At Prairie Pines Farm, they were assisted by Matt Davis, a member of the American Commission. Approximately 60 mares, foals and stallions were presented to the commission for registration and inspection.
We would like to thank all hosts for their hospitality and the great organization of the event!
We would like to show you some first impressions of the inspection tour today. You will find a detailed report about the inspection tour in the December issue of Pferd+Sport.
The team of the Hyperion Stud around Vicky Castegren with the judges Stephan Haarhoff and Michael Gonell (photo: Pics Of You)
Premium colt by Cicera's Icewater-Calato-Cantus (breeder and owner: Hyperion Stud) (Photo: Pics Of You)
Satisfied faces: Nicholas Edmunds, owner of Hidden Pearl Farm and Holsteiner breeder himself, with the two judges of the Holsteiner Verband (Photo: Tim McGowan Photography)
The Champion mare at the Pennsylvania site was Libertina HPF by Roller Coaster-Autobahn-Contigo M (breeder: Nicholas Edmunds, owner: Michelle Davis) (Photo: Tim McGowan Photography)
Loukas T by Lotus T-Benidetto (breeder and owner: Sydney Frost) convinced at his presentation in Florida and was licensed for the Holsteiner Verband.
The colt presented in Florida, Donleon T by Don Quichot-Lotus T-Hermes du Murier (breeder and owner: Patricia Fournier), received the coveted foal premium.