Busy month of September
September was another busy period for the Woodland's International Sales team. The new edition of the auction is now coming soon and so many things had to be arranged.
But the references have not disappointed in recent weeks either. Cerruti van ter Hulst Z, for example, jumped to a classification in the CSI3 * GP of Canteleu last week. Under the saddle of Luis Ferreira, the daughter of Cassini I and Corrado remained clear in both the first round and the jump-off and finished in a beautiful 7th place. But Christian Kukuk and Mumbai (Diamant de Semilly x Nabab de Rêve) also managed to shine again in a Grand Prix last month. After their victory in the CSI2 * GP of Riesenbeck last month, they jumped to a 9th place in the CSI3 * GP of Aachen this time.
On the Hubside Jumping of Grimaud on the Gulf of St. Tropez Hunter (Bernini x Voltaire) managed to classify himself in a 1.40m class. Under the saddle of Derin Demirsoy he became 3rd after a double clear round.
While Frédéric Vernaet jumped to 6th place in Bonheiden with Nanking vd Donkhoeve (Houston x Cassini I), Evelyne Putters and Divinus de France managed to get placed three days in a row in the classes for the 7-year-old horses in Azelhof in Lier. The son of Huppydam des Horts and Phosph'Or opened with a 6th place and then jumped to a 3rd and an 8th place. Filippo Tabarini with Manou de Muze (Arko III x Quidam de Rêvel) came in 8th place in a 1.45m class in Lier.
On Italian soil, both Qatar Donaldson Z (Quidam de Rêvel x Diamant de Semilly) and Jasmin van de Kwekenhoeve (Casario II x Nonstop) managed to achieve 3 classifications. Under the saddle of Giuseppe de Luca, Qatar Donaldson Z jumped at the national show of Savio to a 5th and 9th place in the two 1.35m classes and they ended their show with a 6th place in the 1.45m high Grand Prix. Jasmin van de Kwekenhoeve, on the other hand, appeared at the start at the international competition of Gorla Minore under the saddle of Cecilia Di Fulvio. They became 4th once and twice 10th, each time in a 1.30m class.
But also on the other side of the ocean there were again the necessary Woodland's successes. Joyce van den Bisschop (Ogano Sitte x Carthago Z), for example, jumped to a 4th place in the National Grand Prix of Tryon under the saddle of Ricardo Alberto Villa. In Wellington there was a classification for Lou Lou VLS (Elvis Ter Putte x Erco Van 't Roosakker). She became 5th in a 1.40m class with Jorge Mario Zamudio.