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Summary world championship sighting

Short summary of our day in Warendorf: I am more than satisfied with the performances of Escamillo, DSP Danny Cool and Galeria Summerville at the second inspection for the World Championships for Young Dressage Horses!

Let's start with Escamillo, who already had a taste of the World Championships as the silver winner in the six-year-old class - and now also did a really great job in the seven-year-old class under the saddle of Manuel . Beat! Power! Cadence! Expression! And then this textbook stride! Escamillo (B.: Kimberley Davis-Slous) and Manuel are firmly nominated!

DSP Danny Cool completed the really demanding FEI test for the seven year olds in a relaxed and very light-footed manner. Further highlights were the exceptional walk, the very safe flying changes and the two pirouettes. It was great to see how well he balanced himself and also took the load in the pirouettes. DSP Danny Cool, owned by Margit Eisner, was nominated as 1st reserve. Galleria's Summerville shone again in the five year old class with an incredible amount of elasticity and space. His willingness to take the load could be clearly seen in the two super successful easy changes and the outside canter tour - and that with his innately really big canter. Simply great! Galleria's Summerville owned by Sportpferde Galleria and Manuel are also the first reserve pair.

Photos: Equitaris/Wegener



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