Today was the first day from the FEI WBFSH Dressage World Breeding Championships for Young Horses in Verden. Starting with the qualification for the six-years-old horses with in total forty eight combinations, the KWPN stallion Kjento (v. Negro) took the lead. With Charlotte Fry in the saddle, the stallion won the qualifier with a ten for the gallop and the trot and ended with a total of 9.40 points.
Close by in second place is Escamillo (v. Escolar), ridden and presented by Manuel Dominguez Bernal. Scoring high points for the gallop (9.6 points) and the trot (9.5 points), the pair come to a total of 9.20 points.
Sharing third place in the qualifier are the Hanoverian stallions Dancier Gold (v. Dancier) ridden by Simone Pearce and Suarez (v. Sezuan) ridden by Mette Sejbjerg Jensen, both scoring a total of 8.40 points.
Tomorrow at 09:00 am the qualifier for the five-years-old dressage horses will start. To find today’s results, click here.