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Bluefields Floreno sold to Germany

Alexis Hellyer gives Bluefields Floreno a pat after their Grand Prix - © Michelle Terlato

Alexis Hellyer gives Bluefields Floreno a pat after their Grand Prix 

© Michelle Terlato

 

The stunning 14-year-old liver chestnut Baden Wurttemberger stallion has been sold to Hamburg based dressage rider, Elisabeth Morell. The imported stallion was bred in Germany by Jörg Rapp, and was eventually imported into Australia by JJ Fuchs on Bluefields Farms.

 

Bluefields Floreno and Alexis Hallyer. © Roger Fitzhardinge

Bluefields Floreno and Alexis Hallyer

© Roger Fitzhardinge

 

Alexis and Bluefields Floreno traveled over to Tryon, in North Carolina to compete at the 2018 World Equestrian Games where they finished in 49th position in the Grand Prix, with a total score of 67.360%. Floreno travelled to Germany shortly after the games, and was then sold there.

We wish Floreno all the best with his new owners.

 

Alexis Hellyer and Bluefields Floreno competing at Willinga Park's Dressage by the Sea CDI, 2018 - © Stephen Mowbray

Alexis Hellyer and Bluefields Floreno competing at Willinga Park's Dressage by the Sea CDI, 2018

© Stephen Mowbray

 

 

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