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Condios Performs in Spectacular Fashion at the Danish National Stallion Show

Condios, the 7-year-old Holsteiner stallion owned by
Morningside Stud, performed in spectacular fashion last
weekend at the Danish National Stallion Show. Before
30,000 spectators at the Messecenter in Herning,
Condios and his rider Henrik Steen Gundersen placed 2nd
in the 1.50 metre class, 3rd in the Masters class, 3rd
in the 1.40 metre class, and 4th in the 1.30 metre

"We are very pleased with Condios' performance at the
Danish National Stallion Show," says Condios' owner,
Tom Reed. "This was Condios' first 1.50 metre
competition and he jumped very well, with a lot of
scope and power. To come in second in a field of
excellent stallions is quite an achievement. But it is
even more remarkable when you consider that as a
7-year-old, Condios was the youngest horse in the
class. And the horse that beat him is a 12-year-old
international showjumper."

Beginning next month Condios and Gundersen will begin
bi-weekly coaching sessions with Bo Kristoffersen,
Danish National Trainer and formerly the top
international rider for the Holsteiner Verband. The
Danish Federation expects Condios to compete in Nations
Cup classes next year, when he is 8-years-old.

Condios (Coriano x Landgraf I) is approved as a sire by
the Oldenburg Verband, Danish Warmblood Society, Irish
Horse Board, and Anglo European Studbook. This young
stallion, Reserve Champion of the German Performance
test, has won (inter)national classes in Germany,
Holland, Denmark, Belgium, and Ireland. In 2001 he
became the first Irish-owned horse to win the qualifier
for the German Showjumping Championship, to be a
Finalist at the German Championship, and to jump clear
in the Final at Warendorf. In 2002, as a 7-year-old,
Condios will compete in 1.30 - 1.50 m. classes.

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