Caroline Chew Qualifies for 2023 World Cup Finals in Omaha

Wed, 03/08/2023 - 09:00
Caroline Chew and Tribiani at the 2023 CDI Wellington :: Photo © Astrid Appels

Singaporean Caroline Chew has qualified for the 2023 World Cup Finals in Omaha, NE, USA on 4 - 8 April 2023 as the non-league rider. 

Dressage-News first reported on her qualification.

The 30-year old British based Chew will be taking her Tokyo Olympic ride Tribiani, a 19-year old Norwegian warmblood by Solos Landtinus x Michellino x May Sherif.

Caroline Chew

Chew's first encounter with the Olympic movement was in 2010 when she represented her country in show jumping at the Youth Olympic Games. She then contested the South East Asian Games from 2013 till 2017, winning individual silver and bronze in 2015 and 2017. She rode in dressage at the 2014 Asian Games (small tour level). Chew began writing history for Singapore as their first international Grand Prix rider to compete at the 2018 World Equestrian Games and 2021 Olympic Games. Last summer she represented her country at the World Championships in Herning. 

Chew and Tribiani in Wellington
Chew studied law at the Bristol University and lives in London where she works full-time as a lawyer at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer. She is currently representing her firm in Washington and is therefore competing on the 2023 Wellington circuit with Tribiani and Zatchmo. 


Tribiani achieved his non-league World Cup scores at the CDI-W London last December and at one World Cup qualifier in Wellington.

In previous years, Dominican Republic's Yvonne Losos de Muniz has been the consistent non-league rider at the World Cup Finals (2018, 2019, 2022) with Foco Loco W and Aquamarijn. The latter horse is her number one and she has not yet been shown since the 2022 World Championships in August.

Photos © Astrid Appels

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