Verden, December 20, 2020 – The Hannoveraner Yearbook Stallions 2021 has been published. In addition to the proven, comprehensive set of figures, there are some innovations in thi new edition. Show classes and the breeding value “height” are published. This makes the yearbook an essential source of information for modern breeders.
For the first time, the section “Offspring Performance Sport” lists the levels in which offspring of a stallion are successful. For the disciplines dressage and jumping there is valuable additional information on this subject. The “Progeny Performance Breeding” lists the Hannoveraner or Rhineland progeny registered for the Hannoveraner Verband. For the first time this number is divided into several age groups. In the section “Breeding Value Estimation” the breeding value height is added.
The proven and interesting reference book offers on 600 pages the current breeding value estimation and a lot of information about the sires. In addition, all young stallions, which were registered for the first time in 2020 in the Stallion Book I of the Hannoveraner Verband, are presented in detail with photo and text.
The stallions approved for Hannover are published in the yearbook with information on the results of the stallion performance test, successes in competitions, breeding values from mare performance tests, studbook inspections and selections for auctions. Show successes of the offspring, number of licensed sons, daughters with state premium or Hannoveraner premium and auction horses can also be found. WFFS test results are included, too.
The Hannoveraner Yearbook of Stallions 2021 costs 25 Euro plus mailing costs and is available from the Hannoveraner Verband.