Adrienne Lyle in Her Debut Show on Nexolia Feodoro, on 4-Year-Old Fürst Dream Score of 96%

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Adrienne Lyle competing Nexolia Feodoro for the first time for the partnership, at Prix St. Georges at the Global Dressage Festival national show. © 2022 Ken Braddick/dressage-news.com

WELLINGTON, Florida, Feb. 20, 2022–Adrienne Lyle competed Nexolia Feodoro for the first time for the partnership that the rider hopes will join stablemate Glenn S & S at Big Tour while riding the four-year-old Fürst Dream to a score of 96.000%.

Adrienne, based in Wellington, and the 11-year-old Hanoverian gelding coached by her long time mentor Debbie McDonald scored 74.852% for first place from the single judge in the Prix St. Georges Sunday. Feodoro was competed for Helgstrand Dressage by Australia’s Simone Pearce at the 2017 and 2018 World Young Horse Championships.

Silva Martin of Cochraneville, Pennsylvania and Esperanto, 13-year-old KWPN gelding, placed second on 71.176%.

“Feodoro is a very fun horse in the show ring,” Adrienne said of the horse owned by Vicky Lavoie who also owns Glenn S & S. “He loves to show off and has an extra spark about him at the competitions.

“Our main goal is to develop him to Grand Prix, but we are starting with some small tour classes to get to know each other and so I can get a little mileage on him in the ring and learn more about him and how to tailor his training program. This was a great debut for us, I’m very happy with the feel he gave in the ring.”

Adrienne Lyle and Fürst Dream in the national four-year-old competition at the Global Dressage Festival. © 2022 SusanJStickle.com

Fürst Dream, sired by Fürstenball OLD and owned by Betsy Juliano, received from the panel of two judges 10s for trot, canter and general impression and nines for walk and submissiveness for a total of 96.000%.

Adrienne this week will compete Salvino, also owned by Betsy Juliano, at the Global CDI5*, the first competition for the pair since the historic team silver medal performance at the Tokyo Olympics.