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Dressage Horse Inspection Kicks Off WEG



Mill Spring, N.C.—Sept. 11

Seventy-seven horses from 31 countries presented their horses at the first inspection for dressage this morning at the FEI World Equestrian Games.

Two horses were held and will be reinspected later this afternoon—Australia’s Alexis Hellyer and Bluefields Floreno and Portugal’s Vasco Mira Godinho and Bariloche.

Check out a gallery below and be sure to follow along at coth.com all weekend for much more from WEG.


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For all WEG coverage, click here.

We’ll be onsite for the full two weeks of WEG to bring you all the news you need to know plus gorgeous photos and insight into the competition. Be sure to check out the Oct. 8 issue of the Chronicle for detailed analysis.

2018 World Equestrain Games - Dressage First Horse Inspection

Lindsay Berreth / September 11, 2018 11:18 am



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