Sarah Tubman & First Apple Win Inaugural TerraNova World Cup Grand Prix

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MYAKKA CITY, Florida, Oct. 21, 2022–Sarah Tubman and First Apple won the TerraNova World Cup Grand Prix Friday night in the first international dressage competition at the spectacular newest show grounds in Florida that hosted both dressage and eventing.

Sarah of Wellington, Florida and the 12-year-old KWPN stallion scored 71.065% for the win in the first step by the partnership to seek a start at the World Cup Final in Omaha next April.

Codi Harrison of Wellington and Katholt’s Bosco, a 15-year-old Danish Warmblood gelding, posted a personal best score of 70.174% for runner-up.

Jan Ebeling of Wellington and Bellena, a 12-year-old Oldenburg mare, was third on 69.131%.

The Freestyle to decide points will be staged Saturday night.

A complete story will be posted later


World Cup Grand Prix

Judges: Evi Eisenhardt Cesar Torrente Sandra Hotz William Warren Christof Umbach
Place Score Nation Athlete Horse E H C M B
1. 71.065 USA Sarah Tubman First Apple 70.543 71.848 71.957 69.674 71.304
2. 70.174 USA Codi Harrison Katholt’s Bossco 70.000 71.087 69.674 68.478 71.630
3. 69.131 USA Jan Ebeling Bellena 71.087 68.370 67.935 68.261 70.000
4. 67.674 USA Benjamin Ebeling Status Royal OLD 65.109 70.000 67.174 67.609 68.478
5. 66.000 USA Nora Batchelder Faro SQF 66.304 66.739 66.087 64.457 66.413
6. 65.022 USA Melissa Taylor Dixie WRF 65.435 65.217 64.239 65.000 65.217