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First round selections made for Australian horses at 2020 World Young Horse Championships

Simone Pearce and Dancier Gold. © Simone Pearce Dressage

Simone Pearce and Dancier Gold.

© Simone Pearce Dressage

 

First round selections made for Australian horses at 2020 World Young Horse Championships

Australian combinations have been selected from the first round of applications for the 2020 FEI/WBFSH Young Horse Dressage Championships.

Combinations have been selected as follows:

5-year olds:

Simone Pearce - Dancier Gold, Gestut Sprehe's 5-year old Hanoverian stallion by Dancier x Weltmeyer

Simone Pearce - Diamond First, Gestut Sprehe's 5-year old Oldenburg stallion by Diamond Hit x Furst Heinrich

 

Simone Pearce and Diamond First. © CDI Achleiten / Michael Rzepa

Simone Pearce and Diamond First.

© CDI Achleiten / Michael Rzepa



6-year olds:

Warwick McLean - F-Type OLD, Johanne von Danwitz' 6-year old Oldenburg gelding by Franziskus x Chico’s Boy

 

Warwick McLean adnd F-Type OLD. © McLean Reitsport

Warwick McLean adnd F-Type OLD.

© McLean Reitsport


    

Germany’s Anna-Catherine Schöffner and 6-year old German Sport Horse PBM Cosmopolitan (Concetto x Larimar), owned by Australian Jan Smith (who coincidentally shares the same name as the Australian dressage selector, but they are unrelated), were originally named on the team but have since been withdrawn. Unfortunately Australian ownership of the horse alone does not suffice for team selection under FEI rules.

Second round applications are due by 19 October, so further combinations could be announced after that date.

This year’s world championships were scheduled for Verdan, Germany, in August, however Covid-19 forced their postponement. The event is now scheduled for 9-13 December.

 

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