British Horses Selected for 2021 World Young Horse Championships

Tue, 07/20/2021 - 07:57
Great Britain
Luke Baber-Davies on his own and Yulia Skornyakova’s Vaudeville Carrus :: Photo © Kevin Sparrow

Following the viewing trial hosted at Hartpury Festival of Dressage earlier this month, the British Senior Selection Panel can now announce the horses selected to represent Great Britain at the 2021 World Championships for Young Dressage Horses in Verden, 24 – 29 August 2021.

Chief Selector Judy Harvey commented; “Last year our World Breeding Championship contenders suffered the disappointment of the Championships being cancelled at the last minute due to Covid. Some of those contenders are still eligible this year, albeit in a new category, so hopefully their efforts will pay off. We certainly wish them all the best of luck. They have a lovely group of horses and it will be great to see how they shape up on the international stage.”


  • Luke Baber-Davies from East Sussex with his own and Yulia Skornyakova’s Vaudeville Carrus (chestnut stallion, 2016, Vivaldi x Davignon II, OLDBG)  Breeder: Helena & Jukka Mty Niiranen, Finland.


  • Sarah Millis & Kodora SRV Sarah Millis from West Sussex with her own and Kate Moisson’s Kodora SRV (dark brown mare, 2015, Lord Leatherdale x Andretti, KWPN) - pictured above. Breeder: Stoeterij Raayerveld, Baarlo, the Netherlands.
  • Greg Sims from Conwy with Stena Hoerner’s Waverley Fellini (bay, gelding, 2015, Fürstenball x Sandro Hit, OLDBG) Breeder: Sara Longworth, Warwickshire, Great Britain.

No 7-year olds have been selected.

Photo © Kevin Sparrow

Related Link
Eurodressage Coverage of the 2021 World Championships Young Dressage Horses