Molinero FS concludes the 5-year-old test maintaining the best average of the PRE Team
It was 9 am when the Final for 5-year-olds began at the World Breeding Dressage Championships for Young Horses. Participants representing Spain in this category included grey PRE Molinero FS from Yeguada Arroyomonte, ridden by Alba Abollo, and Sólo de Centurión from Yeguada Centurión, ridden by Lucas Marín, on the second day. At 11:35, Molinero FS entered the arena to perform a very correct test, with good expression and sensations in the same vein as the previous day to obtain an average of 8.22. He was outstanding in his length of stride and freedom through the back at walk and trot in which he offered brilliant moments.
Solo de Centurión concluded his performance in Ermelo by improving the technical quality of the test. He earned a score of 73.6 with his trot being was especially impressive.
In the 7-year-old category, Mejorano HGF and Romero de Trujillo entered the arena for the first time. Mejorano, owned by Hampton Green Farm and ridden by Daniel Martín Dockx, was impressive in both his trot and canter extensions; his half pass showed great length of stride and a very good swing, to earn an average of 68.304%. On the other hand, Romero de Trujillo, owned by Yeguada Trujillo, bred by José Franco Sánchez and ridden by Teia Hernández, entered the arena 20 minutes later to offer most outstanding canter pirouettes with great engagement and balance, while he performed a very cadenced and rhythmical trot with an average of 70.464%.
In the 6-year-old category, Poeta de Susaeta, from Yeguada Susaeta and ridden by Guillermo García Ayala, began his test at 3:15 in the afternoon. They meet all expectations to show confidence and consistency in all paces to secure an average of 7.28.
In Intermedia I of the CDI*, Ataturc DUC, owned by Hampton Green Farm, bred by Yeguada Ducal, and ridden by José Daniel Martín Dockx, concluded his participation with a very clean and technical test, in which his half pass and canter pirouettes were outstanding, for which he was granted an average of 66.814%.
*Photos: Lily Forado