PSH – we are Hannoveraner enthusiasts in South Africa

 PSH bred sport horses since 1998

Having imported a stallion and mares from Germany we breed HANNOVERANERS primarily for dressage.

Our horses are inspected, branded and admitted to the Hannoveraner Verband Studbook in Germany.


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The Hanoverian horse is one of the most important horse breeds of the world. The foundation of the Celle National State Stud in 1735, launched the central registration of breeding and foalings. The Hanoverian Studbook was founded in 1888, the predecessor of the Verband we know today. In 1922, the breeders teamed up and founded “Verband Hannoverscher Warmblutzüchter”, thus creating the basis for a central and uniform processing and assessment of all registered breeding activities.

Horses with the Hanoverian brand shine as competition horses at tournaments all around the world. Olympic champions, world and European champions in dressage, show jumping and eventing descend from Lower Saxony, and they are the perfect ambassadors for quality and performance.


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 2019 Foals

Luciano PS v. Lenbach Go On/Burggraaf/Gribaldi

Born 13.10.2019, bay colt

We are super excited about this quality foal.


Roussanne PS v. Rotspon/Westernhagen

Born 18.11.2019, bay filly

This is a beautiful compact foal bred for movement and temperament. She will be an asset as sport horse and potential broodmare. This might be the last Rotspon foal available in South Africa.

Roussanne PS

Bellini PS v. Benicio/Hochadel

Born 28.11.2019, bay colt. This daddy long legs is a stallion prospect, with the Hannoveraner registered stallion Ben Benicio also out of a Hochadel mare.

Bellini PS

2020 breeding season

We are pleased that we have mares in foal. We have used the following stallions to match out mares and bring out the best possible character and ability.


Formidable v. Fidertanz/De Niro/Weltmeyer. He was used to cover Hachez TI v. Hochadel/Di Caprio/Prince Thatch.



Five Star v. Florestan/Wolkenstein II/Calypso II was used to cover Fabella Noir v. Fürst Romancier/Wolkentanz.