Elron - Callan Solem Collection
Elron is ready to participate in show jumping tests for young horses at elementary (1.20 m) level. This young stallion is currently being prepared for his stallion testing under the saddle.
Placed numerous times in show jumping tests for young horses at novice (1.10 m) and elementary (1.20 m) level.
Young show jumper with a distinctive appearance. Elron is very easy to ride and always keen to please.
What sort of rider does the horse need?
A very attractive, eye-catching horse with a blond mane. Extremely talented, suitable for almost any ambitious show jumping rider.
Elron is descended from a highly successful dam line which has meanwhile produced more than 40 (!) offspring successful at 5* level. His granddam Usha vd Roosakker is considered to be THE top mare in Belgian sport horse breeding.
Top US rider Callan has added this horse to her collection. Watch here the videos with Callan's or her test rider and her statement about the horse.
About Callan Solem
Callan Solem is one of America’s leading Grand Prix show jumping riders. She was the top-placed American in the 2016 Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping Final. A top US rider with an impressive history of national and international successes.
Complete US Import Price: 163,500 USD
The complete US import price in the US Trainer Collection includes the horse price, shipping, quarantine and service fee.
Find more information about the Callan Solem Collection here: https://www.germanhorsecenter.com/callan-solem-collection.html
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