The Blue Hors riders have had a successful weekend at Pavo and DRF's championship qualifiers for young dressage horses.
In the 5-year-old class the black, long-legged gelding Blue Hors Victor (Vivaldi / Stedinger, breeder: Gerd Janssen) and his rider Ulrik Falbe-Hansen landed a victory, thus qualifying themselves directly for the championship final for 5-year-old dressage horses!
With the grades 8.6 for trot, 9.5 for walk, 8.8 for canter, 9.2 for ridability, 9 for capacity and a total score of 90,200, Ulrik and Victor were the class' supreme winner with 2 points down to the class’ number 2; Frederikke Lundgren Skelmose on For Romance I son Fire Dream.
For the 5-year-old dressage horses, number 1 and 2 at the initial qualifying shows gain direct access to the finals at Blue Hors, while the 5-year-old horses that have achieved a score of 7.8 / 78.00% qualify for the next round of qualifiers, where they have the opportunity to be selected for the finals. Therefore, for the next round of qualifiers for 5-year-old dressage horses, we will also see Tanja Rusovic with Zatisfaction (Blue Hors Zalabaster / Bretton Woods, breeder: Blue Hors) who rode to the score of 78,000 with, among other things, an 8.3 in canter and an 8 in capacity!
The finals in PAVO and DRF's championships for young horses in both dressage and jumping will take place here at Blue Hors this autumn.