Success Stories

We would like to provide some glance into some of the success stories either our fosterlings or the horses sold. We are proud to have contributed to some of the great steps in some carreers.

Horse: So what Siggi (2004) | Rider : Barbara Bosler | Year: 2012

This horse leaves nothing to desire. Perfectly fitting in dressage- highly concentrated at work- with a tight ambition but easygoing. Several times I had to deny any quotes and bids- this horse does not happen to pass you very often ...many thanks again over to Josef!!!

Shine on v. Sion - Contender - Welton v. Weltmeyer - Feingau

purchased at Josef Freese: 2008
won: 5-year-old | Dressage A

won: 6-year-old jähr. Dressage L / M 2.
won: 7-year-old | several first places with M* Dressage ,M** highly placed for several times.
2012, 8-years-old, Sigi is about to start with Dressage Test S * & S**.

Dog walking

Horse: Lightness | Rider : Jens Lattermann | Year: 2011

Have a look at Jens Lattermann's successes with this external link: - Jens Latterman and Lightness 9

V. Lancier - Lucyll
Dog walking

The line of success

There is a long list of horses that Josef Freese has discovered and brought into sport:

to be mentioned are Dandolo (an Oldenburger by Donnerkiel-Hartenstein/T.), who was trained by Josef Freese up to Inter I, and who then helped Anne Schüchen on her way to become one of the top German junior riders, or the Oldenburger Wappeloup (by Westminster-Furioso II), who was successful up to advanced ("S") jumping tests. There were the Hanoverian Glückspilz-daughter Glückwunsch (dam by Wendekreis), who won many dressage horse tests, and with her later owner she even won advanced tests, or the Oldenburger Jumper Lobster (by Landor S-Silvio I), with whom Sören Pedersen achieved a placement at the German Championships ("Bundeschampionat") in 2003 and who is today winner on advanced level 3* show jumping competitions under Abdullah Al Sharbatly. Lobster was the no. 3 at the last World Championships and is listed in the WBFSH World Ranking.

Fritz San Tino - successful on Inter I level under Oliver Oelrich in 2010 was victorious in Saumur 2011 under Carolin Fehlings - Champion of the international Young Rider Competition. Listing the successful horses, we may not forget William and Charlotte Dassler. The two won in early 2012 Ankum S-Dressage and St. George.

Quote PSVWE:
» Being trained at such a high level ist not only contributing the efforts of Miriam Henschke butJosef Freese from Visbek in particular. 2010 the female rider won the S-Dressage at the Championship for Juniors in Hamburg...«

Reading the PDF article online (only German!)

Freak Blue Phantom OLD, also discovered by Josef Freese and today successful under Kristine Moeller, was in 2011 at the World Championships for Young Dressage Horses the one and only Oldenburg horse in the placement and one month later successful at the Federal Championships in Warendorf.

Customer Care?

At least just as long is the list of Josef Freese's satisfied customers, who come from all over Europe and the USA.

Why? Because Josef Freese trains his horses with classical principles, and he rides them with fine aids and swinging back towards the bit. Such solidly trained and supple horses can also be ridden by amateurs and young riders without difficulties, for example like the Oldenburg German Champion Bille Bong (by Blue Grenadier xx-Futuro), who later attained successes under her owners Jutta Braunstein and Gerhard Plogmann up to the Prix St. Georges, or the Oldenburger Medicus T (by Matador-Prinz Gaylord), with whom junior rider Philipp-Colin Tusch succcessfully participated in the German Junior Championship even three times, and so he managed to enter the Inter I class.

An outstanding example is also Stefanie Guse's German Junior Championship horse Avanti (an Oldenburger by Akzent II-Ultraschall), or the Oldenburg Bonjour-daughter Bravour (dam by Orson xx), with whom Dr.

Charlotte Dassler

An outstanding example is also Stefanie Guse's German Junior Championship horse Avanti (an Oldenburger by Akzent II-Ultraschall), or the Oldenburg Bonjour-daughter Bravour (dam by Orson xx), with whom Dr. Kajo Busch achieved placements up to Inter I. Another up-and-coming talent is Candy Man (an Oldenburger by Carnando-Landadel), who changed to the stables of Grand Prix rider Ute Kröger-Rück for further advancement.

The contact to his clients, particulary after the purchase of a horse, is highly important to Josef Freese. The aim of this service is that the rider and his horse get on well with each other from the very beginning, and in case any problems arise, he offers his help. The long-term satisfaction of his customers comes in the first place for Josef Freese.

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