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Tanaz is a beautiful BWP mare with an appealing head due to her graceful build and her unique blaze. she is 1.65 tall and is expected to grow to 1.70 given her parents. Her fur always shines, which (besides being very beautiful) makes her reflects health. She is always a lot in hand and from foal and has been included in groundwork from the age of 2 (including scare training and pearlli) and walking and cycling outside. Tanaz is very loving in a way extensively and correctly taught according to our vision. She's good for traffic small and large traffic. From the age of 3 she started with light lunge work and is she saddle & horsemanship made, for all this is the time taken so that Tanaz could digest what she learned and have fun with it to work. She is now driven for 30 minutes 3 x a week, both in the riding arena and outside, and she masters the three courses well as expected with a 3 year old become. She stands neatly at the step stool and knows all the basics around the stable and driving. She can go out alone and with others and also makes a good practice jump. She can be bitless as well as with bit be driven. The side gaits are currently being taught from the ground. she is now ready for a rider who wants to ride her further. Tanaz has seen her bloodlines have excellent potential in dressage. In addition to this potential to get high in dressage sport, we see a horse in Tanaz that too makes a jump easily and has her ears cheerfully forward a ride outside. We think she is a fantastic all-rounder in the cap who is easy to deal with.

The special thing about Tanaz, next to her spacious and beautiful gaits, is her softness and willingness to work. She doesn't have one yet given a single buck and not yet taken a step wrong and she gives her rider a familiar feeling. She likes to hug you when you brush her and she is very people oriented. This makes her suitable for a handy rider to own a horse entirely to the hand from this basis and further training. Bee other horses she is loved and not dominant, she does not show any mare behaviour. The full and entire history of Tanaz is known (including photos and movies). She has always been neatly trimmed (and then likes to cuddle with the hairdresser), neatly vaccinated and dewormed and went to the dentist in June 2022. Inspection is allowed at your own expense. Tanaz hair accessories can also be adopted, such as her Wintec dressage saddle that has been checked and measured by a licensed saddle fitter (and can be adjusted as she continues to grow).

Tanaz her father Corragio van het Bloemenhof successfully performed in the national cycle as a 5-year-old young horses under Nick Van Laer. He also became national champion of the Young Horse Competitions LRV Open Class 5-year-olds. As a foal he was already foal champion of the national BWP foal inspection. He is known for his fine, gentle character, which Tanaz certainly inherited from him. Quarterback mag feel free to be called a “movement monster” who passes on his qualities to his descendants. Just as Jazz is known in the Netherlands for this quality, Quarterback is this stallion from Germany who has very good dressage qualities inherited. In the KWPN ranking 2021 of dressage stallions he leaves with his 5th place including Totilas and Desperados behind him. Quaterback already has 54 approved sons meanwhile and has already proven enough that his character is fantastic passes on. On the mother's side we see the Westphalian foundation stallion Florestan. He is father of 88 approved sons and more than 2000 descendants registered as a sport horse. Many of these offspring are already very successful booked and run at Grand Prix level. 


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