The U.S. Equestrian Federation announced the two athlete-and-horse combinations selected to represent U.S. Dressage at the 2022 FEI WBFSH Dressage World Breeding Championships for Young Horses, to be held Sept. 8-11 in Ermelo, the Netherlands. U.S. Dressage Young Horse Coach Christine Traurig will serve as chef d’equipe for the competition.
“I am excited to have two competitive and beautifully trained horses in Ermelo with riders who both have previously represented the U.S. in international competition,” Traurig said.
The following two combinations have been selected to represent U.S. Dressage at the 2022 FEI WBFSH Dressage World Breeding Championships for Young Horses.
• Jennifer Hoffmann (Carlsbad, California) and Mani’s Endeavor, a 6-year-old Hanoverian gelding owned by Nasrin Mani
• Sabine Schut-Kery (Vista, California) and Gorgeous Latino, a 6-year-old Dutch Warmblood stallion owned by Sandy Mancini
Competition will begin Sept. 9, with both combinations competing in FEI 6-Year-Old Preliminary Test and aiming to qualify for the FEI 6-Year-Old Finals Test on Sept. 11. For more information, visit www.ermeloyh.com.