It was already before the World Equestian Games that there were rumours saying that Damon Hill, Helen Langehanenberg’s successful horse, should be sold. During the World Equestian Games in Normandy the rider of the Westphalian stallion confirmed that she, too, had heard about that. And yet she added that she was in touch with the owner and that he hadn’t considered a sale yet. Now, however, Damon Hill, does no longer stand in Langehanenberg’s stable but in that of Christian Beck, his owner. There would be offers from abroad, that is what he says. Consequently the destiny of the 14 years old son of Donnerhall remains unclear.