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Kjento Ridden by Great Britain’s Charlotte Fry Take World 6-Year-Old Championship Gold

3 months ago StraightArrow Comments Off on Kjento Ridden by Great Britain’s Charlotte Fry Take World 6-Year-Old Championship Gold
VERDEN, Germany, Aug. 28, 2021–The black stallion Kjento was ridden by Great Britain’s Charlotte Fry to win World Six-Year-Old Championship gold Saturday on a score of 96.000%. The American-owned Escamillo ridden by Manuel Dominguez Bernal of Spain took silver with Poland's Beata Stremler riding For Magic Equesta to bronze Read More

Hanoverian Stallion Danciero Ridden by Eva Möller to Win World 5-Year-Old Preliminary, Eva Also 3rd on Global Player

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VERDEN, Germany, Aug. 26, 2021--Danciero, a Hanoverian stallion ridden by Eva Möller of Germany won the World Five-Year-Old Championship preliminary competition Thursday. Eva also placed third on Global Player OLD, behind the KWPN mare Lightning Star ridden by Kirsten Brouwer of the Netherlands. Read More

Kjento, KWPN Black Stallion, Ridden by Great Britain’s Charlotte Fry to Win World 6-Year-Old Championships Qualifier at Verden, Germany

3 months ago StraightArrow Comments Off on Kjento, KWPN Black Stallion, Ridden by Great Britain’s Charlotte Fry to Win World 6-Year-Old Championships Qualifier at Verden, Germany
VERDEN, Germany, Aug. 25, 2021--Kjento, a KWPN black stallion, was ridden by Great Britain's Charlotte Fry to win the World Six-Year-Old Championship qualifier Wednesday, posting marks of 10 for both trot and canter Read More

World Young Horse Championships Canceled

1 year ago StraightArrow Comments Off on World Young Horse Championships Canceled
Nov. 27, 2020 The World Young Horse Championships that were to be held in Verden, Germany next month have been canceled, the latest major equestrian event to become a victim of the coronavirus pandemic. The best five, six and seven-year-old horses from 23 nations were to have participated in the championships, officially named the Dressage Read More