End of an era for Haras de Hus, who puts Stud Farm for sale

End of an era for Haras de Hus, who puts Stud Farm for sale

For several years now, Xavier Marie has decided to sell Haras de Hus. This time, it marks a true turning point in the history of the stud farm with the cessation of activities and the sale of the entire stud farm along with all the horses, as well as all the semen and embryos owned by the stud farm.

Photo: Jérôme Guery and Quel Homme de Hus

Established in 2005 by Xavier Marie, Haras de Hus has brought international recognition to Jessica Michel in the dressage world with an impressive number of French championship titles, as well as a bronze medal at the World Championships for Young Horses and participation in the London Olympics.

Initially gaining prominence through the acquisition of many very young stallions entrusted to Marc Dilasser before Kevin Staut reached the world number one position with numerous top rankings. The stud farm has also experienced great moments thanks to Michel Robert or Grégory Wathelet, not to mention the many horses trained by Gilles Botton in recent years. From Silvana's silver at the World Championships in Lexington for the French team, to Quel Homme de Hus's bronze at the Olympic Games in Tokyo with Belgium, for which he had already won team gold at the European Championships, we can also mention Conrad de Hus's individual silver at the European Championships in Aachen and Corée de Hus's victory in the legendary Grand Prix of Aachen, not forgetting the victories of the legendary Oh d'Eole or the great winner Banda de Hus.

Source: So Horse