The defending champions upped their game and their score, posting a personal best 85.593 for the win; final Freestyle competition on Sunday.
Grand Prix Special
Frederic Wandres and the phenomenal Bluetooth OLD won with 82.31%, while Morgan Barbançon and Habana Libre snagged the Special.
Great Britain’s golden girl and her gorgeous stallion stunned and delighted the crowd at the ECCO FEI World Championships 2022 in Herning.
Riding Sternenwanderer, the Thunder Bay native won the CDI4* Grand Prix Special on the final day of the Easter weekend show.
The German rode a new partner, Dünensee to the win; top Canadian was Naïma Moreira Laliberté on Statesman in third spot.
The American topped the field of 15 on a hot and steamy Florida weekend; Canadians place 2nd and 3rd in the FEI Intermediate I CDI1*.
Pia Fortmüller earns Grand Prix debut win with Frieda in Wellington while Evi Strasser places 4th in GP Freestyle with Disney Tyme.
Germany’s Isabell Werth took silver and Denmark’s Cathrine Dufour snagged bronze; the leading 15 go through to Saturday’s Freestyle.
The FEI is shelving a plan to stop awarding individual medals for the Grand Prix Special (GPS) at world and continental dressage championships, after strong protests from Canada, the U.S. and other national federations (NFs). Opponents of change were baffled why the classic set test that highlights correct training was deemed dispensable, as were the […]