The horse-and-rider combinations who will represent the United States at the FEI Dressage World Cup Final and Longines FEI World Cup Jumping Final have been announced. The competition takes place in Leipzig, Germany, April 6-10.
Out of 18 qualifiers for the dressage final, two Americans will compete. Ashley Holzer, who competed in the 2009 edition for Canada, will ride Havanna 145, and Anna Buffini will make her senior championship debut with FRH Davinia La Douce.
Nine Americans qualified for the show jumping final out of the North American League.
• Misti Cassar and Mylord Cornet
• Katie Dinan and Brego R’N B
• Margie Goldstein-Engle and Dicas
• Hunter Holloway and Pepita Con Spita
• Schuyler Riley and Robin De Ponthual
• Aaron Vale and Elusive
• Kristen VanderVeen and Bull Run’s Prince Of Peace
• Alessandra Volpi and Berlinda
• McLain Ward and Contagious
Conor Swail, a U.S.-based Irish rider, also qualified out of the North American League after leading the standings. He will bring Vital Chance De La Roque and Count Me In.