US Representatives Named for FEI/WBFSH World Breeding Championship for Young Horses in Dressage
RELEASE: June 21, 2007
AUTHOR/ADMINISTRATOR: Joanie Morris
US Representatives Named for FEI/WBFSH World Breeding Championship for Young Horses in DressageLexington, KY
-The United States Equestrian Federation is pleased to announce the US representatives to the FEI/WBFSH World Breeding Championship for Young Horses in Dressage, to be held August 2 – 5, 2007 in Verden, Germany.
The results of all three Markel/USEF Young Horse Dressage Selection Trials were tallied and horses from each age group (Five- and Six-Year-Olds) with an average score of at least 7.8 from the Selection Trials classes were be ranked to form the USEF Young Horse Short List. The United States is allowed two horses in each age division to compete in the World Breeding Championship. The following horses and riders have accepted the invitation to compete for the United States:
Lord Albert/Hanoverian/G/Londonderry – Brenda by Brentano/Dr. Albert Schmidt (Germany)/David Blake/David Blake/Westlake Village, CA
Cabana Boy/Hanoverian/G/Contucci – Britania by Bordeaux/Doug & Shannon Langer (US)/Hilltop Farm/Christopher Hickey/Colora, MD
Donnermuth/Rheinlander/G/Don Bedo – Wonne by Fichte/Breeder unknown(Germany)/Candace Tate/Jessica Jo Tate/Walworth, WI
Mix Max DVH 840/Danish Warmblood Stallion/Milan – Gitte by Bajazzo/Joergen Olsen (Denmark)/Lars Holmberg/Lars Holmberg/Sylmar, CA
The U.S. team of Young Horses will be assisted by Mr. Scott Hassler as Chef d’Equipe. Hassler serves as the USEF Young Horse Dressage Coach.
For more information please contact Director of national Dressage Programs, Jennifer Keeler at email@example.com.