Hanoverian mare Happiness by Hochadel and Michelle Hagmann collected numerous victories in the international dressage sport over the last two years. Their good results led to the pair being made part of the A squad. Now, however, the 12-year-old mare was sold to young Swedish rider Isabella Tovek, so eurodressage.com announced. Hagmann, who works at the Sprehe stud farm, is pregnant and does no longer feel comfortable with presenting the stallions at stallion presentations. Albert Sprehe, who had bought Happiness from the Rueben stable in order to save the horse for his employee has decided to sell Happiness, who currently is in top form. Now the Swedish champion of the young riders will take over her ride. When Hagmann is back from her parental leave she is supposed to take over the training of the seven to nine-year-old horses.