Monday, August 6, 2018

World Young Horse Championships 2018

The World Young Horse Championships were held August 3–5 in Ermelo, The Netherlands. Classes were held for horses 5, 6, and 7.

Glamourdale, 7-year-old winner. Photo by Van Olst Horses.

7-Year-Old Top Three

Glamourdale was the top finisher in the 7-Year-Old final. He's a KWPN stallion (Lord Leatherdale/Negro) ridden by Charlotte Fry of Great Britain. He was bred by Joop Rodenburg and is owned by Van Olst Horses. His final score was 87.050%.

In second place in the 7-Year-Old final test was Governor-Str, by Totilas/Jazz, bred by J.B.J.M. Streppel and scoring 84.143% ridden by Adelinde Cornelissen for The Netherlands.

In third was Fuersten-Look, by Fuerstenball Old/Londonderry, bred by Johannes Sabel, and ridden for Norway by Isabel Freese, at 84.036%.

Visit Glamourdale's Stallion Profile on here.

Read the full results of the 7-Year-Old finals here.

6-Year-Old Top Three

In first place in the 6-Year-Old final was d'Avie, a Hanoverian stallion (Don Juan de Hus/Londonderry) ridden by Severo Jurado Lopez of Spain, with 9.26. He was bred by Dorothee Heitmüller.

Villaneuve was in second, a Rheinlander stallion (Vitalis/Dancier) ridden by Laura Strobel of Germany. He scored 9.4. Villaneuve was bred by Edeltraud Hähn.

In third place was Hermès (Easy Game/Flemmingh), with Dinja van Liere for The Netherlands. He was bred by Edeltraud Hähn and scored 8.78.

Read the full results of the 6-Year-Old finals here.

5-Year-Old Top Three

Gold in the 5-Year-Old class went to Revolution, a bay Westfalen stallion (Rocky Lee / Rouletto) ridden by Andreas Helgstrand of Denmark to a score of 9.62. 

In second place was Destacado (Desperados/Londonderry), with 9.48, ridden by Matthias Alexander Rath of Germany. 

Third was captured by Candy OLD (Sir Donnerhall/Furst Heinrich), ridden by Eva Möller of Germany, who scored 9.38. She is the only mare in the top three in any of the age groups.


Of the studbooks represented, the greatest number of young horses was from the KWPN, with 31. The Hanoverians had 17 and the Danish Warmbloods had 16. The winner among the 7-year-olds was KWPN, Hanoverian for the 6-year-olds, and Westfalen for the 5-year-olds.

To read the full results of all classes, click this link and then click on the ribbon icon for results.

Read more about the Championships, and Glamourdale's win, on eurodressage.

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