Feodoro, a 7-year old Hanoverian gelding who finished seventh at the 2017 World Young Horse Championships, has been sold to Canada.
Canadian Vicky Lavoie, founder of Nexolia, a renewable energy and natural resources company, acquired the horse at Helgstrand Dressage.
Feodoro is by Furstenball x Rosario and under Australian Simone Pearce he won the 6-year old preliminary test and placed fourth in the finals at the 2017 World Young Horse Championships in Ermelo, The Netherlands. The pair is selected to represent Australia again at the 2018 World Championships next week.
Lavoie is not a new customer in Denmark. She purchased two foals in total at the Nordic International Sales, one in 2017 and one in 2018.
Feodoro will move to Wellington, Florida, for the winter.
Photo © Astrid Appels
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