before belonged Jameson RS2 (Blue Hors Zack x Negro) to an absolute candidate for the final of the World Championships for Young Dressage Horses in Verden. Unfortunately, the seven-year-old stallion did not make the final. The imposing Jameson was tense in qualifying and although the stage in the small final was better, there was still too much tension in the way of a place in the final. Last weekend the stallion showed a fantastic performance under Marieke van der Putten during his debut in regular sport. In the first test ZZ-Licht the score came out at 73% and in the second test they recorded the dream score of 81.57%.
The champion of the KWPN Stallion Inspection was very successful in the stallion competition, the Pavo Cup and took part in the World Championships for two years. His young horse time is now over and last weekend Jameson ran his first tests in regular sport.
Very special feeling
“Even though the World Cup was disappointing, my confidence in Jameson has not diminished. I know he can do it and luckily he showed that more than clearly last weekend,” said Marieke van der Putten. “The first test he was still a bit fresh and cheerful, the second test felt really fantastic. We still had a few minor flaws, but this gave a very special feeling.”