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Victoria E. Vallentin winner of Lövsta Future Challenge International Dressage Grand Prix!
It was the international U25-riders in the initial Lövsta Future Challenge International Dressage Grand Prix class during Wednesday afternoon who was the first riders to enter the fantastic arena Scandinavium. After an even battle between Denmark’s two riders it was Victoria E. Vallentin and the gelding Brooklyn who was the best combination today.
The young coming stars from three nations had some beautiful rounds and showed the audience the top quality of the dressage sport of the future.
First to go was Denmark’s Victoria E. Vallentin with her 12-year old gelding Brooklyn who took care of the lead with 71.838%. Even though the other riders delivered some nice rounds it was Victoria E. Vallentin and Brooklyn who was unbeatable in Lövsta Future Challenge International Dressage premier class in Scandinavium. Afterwards it was a very happy Victoria:
—”My ride today was really good. It’s the first time Brooklyn do a big competition like this and I’m so proud of him! It’s really good training to be able to ride in such a big arena like this.” says Victoria after the win.
Denmark’s other rider, Josefine Hoffman with Hoennerups Driver, was rewarded with 71.496% by the judgers which led to a second place.
Best Swedish rider today was Isabella Tovek and her chestnut mare Happiness 26 on 69.103%, which resulted in a third place for Isabella.
—”I’m not so happy about the round today but it was good training for me and my horse. We’re looking forward to take revenge in the freestyle on Friday” said Isabella Tovek after the ride.
Here you can find the result for the class. Lövsta Future Challenge next dressage class will be on Friday morning 11.30 am and it will be a freestyle program.
Photo: Pernilla Hägg
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