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Fourth place for Rose Oatley at the European Championships for Dressage Ponies

Rose Oatley and Daddy Moon. © FEI/Lukasz Kowalski

Rose Oatley and Daddy Moon after winning team Gold for the Teams Test

© FEI/Lukasz Kowalski 


By Equestrian Life 

Rose Oatley, daughter of Australian Olympian, Kristy Oatley, has landed in fourth place in the Individual Pony Competition at the 2020 European Championships for Dressage Ponies.


The competition, which has been held in Pilisjászfalu, Hungary, commenced with the Team Tests, which saw Team Germany take home the gold. 


Rose and her talented 13-year-old palomino gelding, received an impressive score of 76.649%, in the individual pony competition, which placed them in fourth position. 


The winner of the class was Lucie-Anouk Baumgürtel, who won the class on ZINQ Nasdaq FH, with a score of 82.351%. 


Full results can be found here.


You can watch the event live as well as replays from the event via ClipMyHorse.TV


The competition continues in Pilisjászfalu with the Freestyles scheduled to be run on Sunday.





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