Day Two for the PRE Team at the 2021 World Championships for Young Dressage Horses
Today was the second day at the World Championships for Young Dressage Horses in Verden Germany. The first Spanish rider to compete was Pedro Hernandez Triviño in the saddle of Fuego TG, owned by Teresa Goode; this pair concluded their participation in the final for 6-year-olds with a score of 77.400%. Most outstanding was the score of 8 at walk and for submission.
Fuego TG. Foto: Lily Forado
A few minutes later, the pair with 5-year-old XO Giraldés MOR (preliminary), bred in Mexico by Yeguada Las Morerias and ridden by Carlos Bayo entered the arena. They performed a very correct test with a most impressive trot to earn a score of 72.400%. Keep an eye on them as they participate in the final.
XO Giraldés Mor. Foto: Lily Forado
Just after noon, at 12:24 to be exact, Brio de Tucaballoandaluz (preliminary 5-year-olds), owned by Jose Maria Anguas Medina, bred by Yeguada Centurion, and ridden by Jesus Pascual, entered the center line of the competition arena. This pair repeated the average of the teammate—72.400%x—to boast exceptional submission. As with the other participants, we will be following them throughout the final.
Brío de Tucaballoandaluz. Foto: Lily Forado
The final contestant for the day entered the arena at 13:10; it was Trapalo de Indalo, owned by Yeguada Indalo, and rider Alejandro Sanchez del Barco. This pair concluded the final for 6-year-olds. They performed a very correct test, and even better than the previous day. The judges underscored the quality of the trot and they changes. Their final score was 76.200%.
Trapalo de Indalo. Foto: Lily Forado
There will be more tomorrow as it will be the final for 5-year-olds and the preliminary for 7-year-olds. We will keep you informed.
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