Complete Participants' List for 2020 World Young Horse Championships Published

Fri, 11/20/2020 - 09:40
Adam Patocs on Diamantina :: Photo © László Kontli

The complete list of participants for the 2020 World Young Horse Championships in Verden, Germany, has been posted. 

The postponed World Championships will take place indoors on 9 - 13 December 2020. No audience is allowed and all attending the event in Verden need to hand in a negative corona test. 

Eurodressage has posted the majority of the team riders the past months. Here are the remaining riders not yet mentioned

Czech Republic

  • Tereza Habova - Serena, a 6-year old by Destano x Sandro Hit 
  • Eva Niklova - Dolciario, a 6-year old Hanoverian by Danciano x Don Frederico - owner: Hof Kasselmann


  • Alice Redaelli - Feliana, a 7-year old Westfalian mare by Franziskus x Belissimo M - owner: the rider


  • Deimante Budnikaite - Largo II MG, a 6-year old Lithuanian warmblood by Labradoras II MG x Chanas - owner: Deimante Budnikaite
  • Sandra Sysojeva - Found Boy, a 6-year old Oldenburg by Foundation x Furstenball - owner: the rider
  • Sandra Sysojeva - Jack Daniel's, a 7-year old Rhinelander by Charmeur x Rock Forever - owner: the rider
  • Justina Vanagaite - Nabab, a 7-year old Belgian warmblood by Sir Donovan x Krack C - owner: the rider


  • Alisa Glinka - Yolo a 6-year old Dutch warmblood by Charmeur x Krack C - owner: the rider

New Zealand

  • Sarah Wilkinson - Koko, a 5-year old Dutch warmblood by Desperado x Johnson - owner: the rider and Clayton Mitchell


  • Adam Patocs - Diamantina, a 5-year old KWPN mare by Vivaldi x Gribaldi (originally named Kyra) - owner: Maria Anna Gabrisova
  • Michael Bugan - Dark Dionysos B, a 7-year old Austrian warmblood by Detroit x Damsey - owner: Eva Buchar


  • Philine Brunner - Gaston, a 5-year old Danish warmblood by Grand Galaxy Win x Furstenball - owner: rider
  • Fabio Tino - Furst Alexander TM, a 5-year old by Furst Romancier x Don Marco - owner: Christian Meyer

Photo © László Kontli

Related Link
Eurodressage Coverage of the 2020 World Championships for Young Dressage Horses