Bermuda’s Dressage riders went up against 36 countries for the 37th Annual FEI World Dressage Challenge, a competition which bridges National and International levels of competition in the Dressage community.
The following are the Bermuda results as we await the other results to find out Bermuda’s final position.
The Bermuda FEI 2017 Judges were Mercedes Campdera from Mexico and Lois Yukins from USA.
In the Intermediate I Class Dawn Fox riding Lancelot finished with a score of 64.61%.
The Youth Division saw Kelsey Amos and Wiratoro finish first with a score of 66.92%, Robin Stempel and Happy Feet was second with a score of 66.92%, Christian Truran and Roseland was third with a score of 60.67%.
Angela Halloran-Smith riding Finnomenal AV won the Senior I Class with a score of 67.89%, Casey Truran and De Le Vegas finished second with 65.94%, Claire Salmon riding G.P. Sophia was third with a score of 63.91%. Virginia McKey and Matinee was fourth with a score of 62.03%, while Jackie Scott and Deportista was fifth with a score of 56.80%. 5
The Prix St. Georges Class was won by Dawn Fox riding Landtango recording a score of 64.08%.