Receives High Score At Young Horse Dressage Championships
Oldenburg gelding, BEEMER (Laudatio All Day Long, by Aldatus)
finished with an 8.62, the highest score of the day, to win the
Five-Year-Old Championship at the 2003 USAE Young Horse Dressage
National Championships, hosted by CDI***/Y Allentown and Dressage
at Stone Tavern at the New Jersey Horse Park in Allentown, NJ,
August 28 31. Beemer, bred in Germany, was ridden by owner
Edward Borresen of New Hope, PA.
Five-Year-Old Reserve Champion was the Dutch Warmblood gelding,
REMY MARTIN (Dutch Warmblood: Inferno Iris, by Rex Magna)
with a score of 8.52. Bred in Holland, Remy Martin was ridden
by owner Marisa Festerling of Newbury Park, CA, and was also the
Champion Five-Year-Old at the USAE Western Selection Trial in
May for the FEI World Breeding Championships.
Six-Year-Old Division Champion was FABRICE-S (Fabriano
Woerina-S, by Woermann), a German-bred Hanoverian gelding, ridden
by Jules Anderson to a winning score of 8.32 Owned by Billy and
Holly Hains of Atlanta, GA, Fabrice-S was also the winner of the
USAE Eastern Selection Trial in May for the FEI World Breeding
Champion in the Six-Year-Old Division, was the runner-up in the
USAE Eastern Selection Trial, PERSIMMON ISF (Contango Hidden
Road, by Road at Sea), owned and bred in the United States by
Iron Spring Farm, Inc. of Coatesville, PA. The bay Dutch Warmblood
mare was ridden by Angela Sasso to a score of 7.84.
for both the Five-Year-Old and Six-Year-Old divisions were Linda
Zang (O-USA), Hanne Valentin (O-DEN), and Janet Brown (I-USA).
results from the 2003 USAE Young Horse Dressage National Championships
are available on the Federation website: http://www.equestrian.org/aboutus/inter/2003feiyounghorse/2003-YH-Results.pdf.
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