Thursday, 11 April 2013 GHPC Netherlands

GLOCK’s Lord of Loxley

Since mid-2012, the elegant bay Oldenburg stallion (Lord Sinclair I x Landadel) has been trained by GLOCK rider Hans Peter Minderhoud and has recently become a very illustrious and charming addition to the team at GLOCK HORSE PERFORMANCE CENTER Netherlands as GLOCK’s Lord of Loxley. 

The large-framed reserve champion at the main NRW licensing in 2002 always has strong nerves and is rideable with incredible quality in the basic gaits. Before being trained for dressage, he was used in the Westphalian stud. In 2005 in the final of the national championships in Warendorf, he came an excellent fourth. 

Blessed with outstanding hind leg activity and always eager to perform, the 13-year-old stallion was presented by GLOCK rider Hans Peter Minderhoud for the first time at Drachten (NED) in January 2013. He finished third in the Grand Prix on 72.489% and second in the Freestyle on 75.750%. At the renowned CDI4* in ’s-Hertogenbosch (NED), the GLOCK duo scored 69.681% in the Grand Prix for fourth and 73.950% in the Freestyle to take third place.

GLOCK’s Lord of Loxley
Year of birth: 2000 
By: Lord Sinclair I x Landadel x Laibach
Breed: Oldenburg
Gender: stallion
Colour: bay
Training level: Grand Prix 
Approved for: Oldenburg, Hanoverian and NRW