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What’s on tonight at WEG

Chris Burton and Cooley Lands trot up - © Michelle Terlato

Chris Burton and Cooley Lands trot up

© Michelle Terlato

 

As we’re getting ready for bed tonight, the action in Tryon at the FEI World Equestrian Games will just be getting started. Thursday the 13th of September will see the individual qualifier and the team competition for the Grand Prix in the dressage, the second Individual qualifier for the reining and the first day of dressage for the the eventing discipline.

The Grand Prix dressage will commence today at 8:45 am in Tryon and continue throughout the day till 6:00 pm. (AEST 10:45 pm tonight - AEST 8:00 am tomorrow morning)

Mary Hanna and Boogie Woogie 6 will be riding at 10:34 am today, which can be caught live on FEI TV at 12:34 am AEST tomorrow morning. Kristy Oatley and Du Soleil will be riding at 3:24 pm, which can be caught live on FEI TV at 5:24 am AEST tomorrow morning.

You can view the Grand Prix dressage draw here.

The first day of dressage for the eventing discipline will commence at 9:00 am local time, and will continue throughout the day till 4:30 in the afternoon. (11:00 pm AEST, 13th of September - 6:30 am AEST, 14th of September)

 

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Andrew Hoy and Vassily de Lassos will be the first Aussie combination in the ring, with their test commencing at 9:40 am local time, which can be caught live on FEI TV at 11:40 pm AEST tonight. Chris Burton and Cooley Lands will ride at 2:03 pm local time in Tryon, which can be caught live on FEI TV at 4:03 am AEST tomorrow morning.

You can view the eventing dressage draw here.

The second individual qualifier for the reining will start at 2:00 pm local time and continue till 4:30 pm. 4:00 am AEST tomorrow morning - 6:30 am AEST tomorrow morning.
Warwick Schiller and Plenty Of Guns will be riding in 10th position, with Robyn Schiller and Smart Like Steady riding in 17th.

You can view the second individual qualifying reining draw here.

Good luck Aussies!

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