Day 3 for the PRE Team at the 2021 World Championships for Young Dressage Horses
The competition morning began with the 7-year-olds. First in the arena for the preliminary was PRE Quadrigo de Nadales V, owned by Yeguada Nadales and ridden by Alejandro Sanchez del Barco. The pair performed a very correct test with an outstanding walk where they showed perfect 4-beat cadence to earn an average of 65.988%. There is more to come tomorrow with the small final, so keep watching!
Quádrigo de Nadales V. Foto: Lily Forado
The next Purebred Spanish Horse to enter the Verden arena was Brio de Tucaballoandaluz (Final for 5-year-olds), owned by Jose Maria Anguas Medina, bred by Yeguada Centurion, and ridden by Jesus Pascual. The pair concluded their participation with good results and a higher average than the previous day. Their walk was impressive; canter was uphill and when it came to submission, they were wonderful; all of these facts earned them an average of 73.000%.
Brío de Tucaballoandaluz. Foto: Lily Forado
The third pair to participate and conclude the Championship was XO Giraldes MOR, a horse bred in Mexico by Las Morerias and ridden by Carlos Bayo. With a few tenths less than in the preliminary test, the finished with an average of 69.400%; their best scores were at walk and future perspectives.
XO Giraldés MOR. Foto: Lily Forado
Last in the arena and member of the PRE Team was the pair formed by Teatrero de Centurion from Yeguada Centurion and ridden by Joseph Robert Hunt. This pair concluded their participation with a good score for their paces, which pushed them over the 70% barrier; their final average was 70.958%. The judges granted the best scores for submission and future perspectives.
Teatrero de Centurión. Foto: Lily Forado
The Championships conclude tomorrow with the final for 7-year-olds. We will be watching and remember that you may follow the events thanks to Clipmyhorse.
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