Saturday, August 3, 2019

World Young Horse Championships Reports

Chris Hector, of The Horse Magazine, has been at the World Young Horse Championships in Ermelo, The Netherlands, and has published his first report. It's not flattering. He believes the judges are rewarding horses who have been pushed too hard and too far for their ages, and I think he has a compelling case for his opinion, sadly.

Read Chris's report on Day One here.

More Reports: d'Avie Wins World Young Horse Championship for Seven-Year-Olds Ridden by Spain's Severo Jurado Lopez for Second Straight Title Zucchero, Oldenburg Stallion Ridden by Germany's Frederic Wandres to World Young Horse Six-Year-Old Gold, Andreas Helgstrand Horses Silver, Bronze Satisfaction in the Six Year Olds World Young Horse 5-Year-Old Championship Won by Jovian Ridden by Andreas Helgstrand, also Takes Bronze o Queenparks Wendy Great Win for Andreas Helgstrand

For an overview of the three champions on, click here. 6-Year-Old Preliminary test 5-Year-Old Preliminary test Chris Hector's report on the bloodlines represented at both the Aachen CHIO and the World Young Horse Championships: The Breeding De-Brief

Report from US competitor Emily Miles, on Emily Miles on World & US Young Horse Championships

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