First PRE participant at the Dressage World Breeding Championship for Young Horses
There were 44 horses competing as of 8:30 in the morning until 3:30 in the afternoon. The first PRE pair included Talismán LII, owned by Yeguada Las Cadenas, with the reins in the hands of Sonsoles Roldán. Throughout the test, they showed great harmony and elegance of paces. Unfortunately, Talismán LII suffered a slight loss of rhythm during trot that hindered the pace. Nevertheless, the final score was 7.12; the horse earned several 7s from the judges. The good presentation at the hand of its rider, combined with a refined contact earned this pair a 7.3 in submission. This was followed by a 7.2 for the trot, a 7.0 for both walk and canter and a 7.1 for perspective.
The next to compete was the rider from Yeguada Centurión, Juan Manuel Galeano Cerezo, in the saddle of Truco de Centurión (owned and bred by Yeguada Centurión). Their presentation was very correct; the son of Kabileño VIII proved to have his sire’s strength, elevation and width of stride. At trot, the horse had a scare, but that was the only drawback of their test. Their initial appearance in the Longines arena concluded with a final average of 7.16 points; their score for perspective was very high, with a 7.3 for canter and submission, 7.2 for trot and 6.6 for walk.
Mañana continua la competición albergando las primeras pruebas de 6 y 7 años, la preliminar. Así mismo, paralelamente, en la pista 2 se disputará la pequeña final de cinco años y cuatro años. Aquellos que se clasifiquen en las dos primeras posiciones, ganarná el ticket para la final grande del sábado por la tarde.
Estaremos muy atentos a la clasificación final.