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DWB success continues04-08-2023 - 20:23

Another two DWB horses are ready for the finals at the FEI WBFSH Dressage World Breeding Championships for Young Horses in Ermelo, Holland

Today, Friday August 4th, the competitions have continued at the championships in Ermelo, and so has the success of the DWB horses, as two more horses are ready for the finals.


The first horse to qualify directly for finals today, was the winner of last year’s championships for the 5-year-olds, the stunning mare Lyngbjergs St. Paris by Blue Hors St. Schufro/Blue Hors Rockefeller (bred by Bente Børjesson). Ridden by Victoria Vallentin, the mare scored 9.5 for the trot (highest trot-score in the competition), 8.5 for the walk, 8.8 for the canter as well as rideability/submission and 9.3 for perspective/future. This gave the pair a total score of 89.4.

The score put them in the lead, and they kept this position until Swedish Jeanna Hogberg and Be Allez by Ampere / Dalwhinnie scored 89.9, winning the competition and placing Lyngbjergs St. Paris second – and of course qualified for the finals.


Another Danish combination – Anders Uwe Sjøbeck Hoeck and the stallion Hesselhøj Double Up by Hesselhøj Donkey Boy/Tailormade Lancelot (bred by Hesselhøj) – placed as no. 13, which meant they just missed the finals, as the first 12 combinations are qualified directly. The pair will get a second chance in tomorrow’s small final.


In the qualifier for the 7-year-olds, Susanne Barnow and the gelding Skovdals Dexter by Hesselhøj Donkey Boy/Blue Hors Romanov delivered a top-professional and solid performance. Scoring 9.1 for the trot, 8.0 for the walk, 8.4 for canter, 8.3 for rideability/submission and 8.9 for perspective/future, the pair placed 6th, and are ready for finals.


Full result for the 6-year-olds HERE


Full result for the 7-year-olds HERE


Championship website HERE



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