Two Canadians to Compete at FEI WBFSH Dressage World Breeding Championships for Young Horses
Ottawa, ON, Aug. 16, 2021 – The maple leaf will be well represented by two Canadian entries at the FEI WBFSH Dressage World Breeding Championships for Young Horses, scheduled for Aug. 24-29, 2021, in Verden, GER.
In the six-year-old class will be Fleur de Vie (Fidertanz 2 x Sandro Hit), a Hanoverian mare owned and bred by Cord Gaus. Ridden by two-time Canadian Olympian Leonie Bramall, who currently resides in Isernhagen, GER, Fleur de Vie was crowned Hannoveraner Championesse at the Verden 2021 Hannoveraner Championships.
J’Adoreina (All at Once x Tuschinski) and Mathieu Boisselier, a Canadian residing in Came, FRA, 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-O.
Mathieu Boisselier and J’Adoreina
Photo Credit: Courtesy of Mathieu Boisselier
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