d’Avie Wins World Young Horse Championship for Seven-Year-Olds, Ridden by Spain’s Severo Jurado Lopez for Second Straight Title
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By KENNETH J. BRADDICK
ERMELO, Netherlands, Aug. 4, 2019–d’Avie, the Hanoverian stallion, was ridden by Spain’s Severo Jurado Lopez to the World Young Horse Championships for seven-year-olds Sunday, a year after claiming gold as a six-year-old.
Hasselhoej Donkey Boy, a Danish Warmblood stallion, claimed silver and Total Hope, an Oldenburg stallion sired by Totilas, took bronze.
Of the three world championships contested here, Helgstrand Dressage took two titles–this seven-year-old competition, the five-year-old by Andreas Helgstrand on Jovian and So Unique in a four-year-old non-championship class.
Andreas told dressage-news.com he will return to Wellington, Florida with about 30 horses for the third straight year of operating a sales barn during the winter long Global Dressage Festival.
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