Israel’s Sahar Daniel Hirosh Drops Bid to Start at Tryon World Equestrian Games

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Sahar Hirosh of Israel and Whitman at the Global Dressage Festival earning their first World Equestrian Games qualifying score. © SusanJStickle.com

NEW HOPE, Pennsylvania, June 26, 2018–Sahar Daniel Hirosh on Tuesday declared an end to his campaign to qualify Whitman to represent Israel at the World Equestrian Games in September.

Sahar rode Whitman to attain one of two qualifying scores of 66 per cent required to earn a start at WEG. Only one CDI remains in North America, in Canada, before WEG qualifying ends in mid-August.

He said a minor injury to the 15-year-old KWPN gelding early in the summer led to the decision to end the campaign.