a young horse in Germany, he earned the privilege of qualifying for
the Bundeschampionat and was awarded a 10 in his ability in his
young horse jumping competitions. For Play had many wins as a
young horse with the most recent at 1.40 meters as a 6 year
old. For Play is by For
was recognized as the Hanoverian Stallion of the Year in 2000 after
receiving his second Olympic Team Gold Medal (Sydney in 2000 and Atlanta
He also placed an fourth in the individual show jumping competition at
the Sydney Olympics.
Play has produced several outstanding foals in Germany. Out of his
first foal crop he produced a licensed German Hanoverian stallion
that stands and remains in Germany. He passes on his very
typey head, jumping ability and scope as well as his lofty,
suspended powerful dressage type gate to his get. His
extremely quiet temperament is a very important characteristic that
will create top level amateur horses as well as very easy to ride
professional winning mounts.
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competition where For Play won his jumping class.