FEI World Championships Herning/DEN

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Medals for Best Of, Keystone Dawn Chorus, Don Henrico, Sailor's Blue, Quiana and Royal Delight.

Don Henrico and Rodolpho Riskalla (Archive/Lafrentz)

Double World Champion in Para-Dressage became Best of (VA) by Bonifatius/Maurice (breeder: Dirk Radeke, Verden). The twelve-year-old mare won both titles in Grade V with Michele George from Belgium.

Don Henrico (VA) by Don Frederico/Lauries Crusador xx (breeder: Heinrich Behrmann, Dörverden) and Rodolpho Riskalla also won two medals. The former Celle state stud stallion and his Brazilian rider won bronze in the individual classification and in the freestyle Grade IV. Vice World Champion in the freestyle was the Rhineland mare Quiana by Quaterstern/Rubinstern Noir (breeder: Brigitta Wego, Wuppertal) and the US-American Kate Shoemaker. The two were also the best pair of the team that secured the bronze medal in the team competition.

The silver medal in the Grade II individual competition went to Sailor's Blue by Swarovski/Arogno (breeder: Dr. Claus Clausen, Winsen) and Austrian Pepo Puch.

After the silver medal in Grade I, the Rhinelander Royal Delight by Royaldik/Don Primero (breeder: ZG Liesenfeld-Christ, Gondershausen) and Sara Morgani from Italy became World Champion in the freestyle classification.

A Hannoveraner was also among the medallists in Grade III. Vice World Champion in the individual classification was the British-born Keystone Dawn Chorus by Dimaggio/Escudo (breeder: S. Lavendera, GBR) and Natasha Baker. In the freestyle final, the two danced their way to bronze.

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