Canada will be well represented by two entries at the 2021 World Championships for Young Dressage Horses, scheduled for Aug. 24-29, 2021, in Verden, GER.
In the six-year-old class will be Fleur de Vie (by Fidertanz x Sandro Hit), a Hanoverian mare owned and bred by Cord Gaus. Ridden by two-time Canadian Olympian Leonie Bramall, who resides in Isernhagen, GER, Fleur de Vie was crowned Hanoverian Young Horse Champion in Verden earlier last month.
The second Canadian entry is J’Adoreina (by All at Once x Tuschinski) and Mathieu Boisselier, a Canadian residing in Came, France. They will be competing in the seven-year-old class. The Dutch Warmblood mare, owned by SCEA Elevage d’Hulm and known as “Jasmine”, already has two FEI level competitions to her name with a personal best score of 74.600% from the 2019 Segovia CDI-YH Final Test for 5-Year-Olds.
Canada's last representation at the World Young Horse Championships dates back to 2018 when Susanne Dutt-Roth rode Londoncrown to a 23rd place in the 5-year olds Consolation Finals.
Photo © Boisselier
Eurodressage Coverage of the 2021 World Championships Young Dressage Horses