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Alexandra Andresen's Belamour Sustains Career Ending Injury

Alexandra Andresen's Westfalian licensed stallion and medal winning youth rider's horse Belamour has sustained a career ending injury in a field accident.

Belamour is a 15-year old stallion by Belissimo M out of La Rose (by Lord Sinclair), bred by Wilhelm Strunk, who is known for being the breeder of Isabell Werth's Bella Rose.

Belamour's Successes 2009 - 2014

Belamour was originally owned by Flyinge state stud and competed by Susanne Gielen. She represented Sweden at the 2009 and 2010 World Young Horse Championships in Verden, Germany. In 2012 he sold to the Andresen family and became Andresen's most successful horse to date.

The pair earned her silver and bronze at the 2013 European Junior Riders Championships in Compiegne and double individual silver at the 2014 European Junior Riders Championships in Arezzo. As of 2015 he had been sidelined because of injury, but returned to the arena in 2017 for three CDI's (Kristiansand, Uggerhalne, Ermelo). The CDI 1* in Ermelo in August 2017 was his last.

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