Swedish show jumping rider, Mathilda Karlsson has invested in two new top horses. Karlsson has added two 1.60m horses to her stables.
She bought Jos Verlooy’s former Apollonia 23 (by Bogegardens Apollo). The Danish bred 13-year-old mare was before competed by Jos Verlooy, Harrie Smolders and his pupil, Audrey Coulter. Under the saddle of Austria’s Stefanie Bistan the mare jumped at the World Equestrian Games in Caen in 2014.
Further Karlsson invested in the 11-year-old gelding, Cerano 19. The Holstein-son of Cesano II was before competed by Damien Plume. The pair jumped tot the second place in the CSI3* Grand Prix in Arezzo. Before it was Tobias Meyer who competed the gelding.
“I’ve a lot of potential new young horses coming up, but they need some more time,” states Karlsson. “Together with Apollonia and Cerano I’d like to focus to compete on a higher level next year. These two horses will help me learn a lot.”