Following Equestrian Australia's directive last week, the selection decision for the FEI World Championships has been reviewed. The Para-Equestrian Selection Panel have named three combinations that have met the selection criteria who have now been confirmed to represent Australia.
The combinations have been selected in accordance with the National Selection Policy and are as follows, in alphabetical order:
Emma Booth (Grade III) riding Furst Deluxe, owned by Maree Tomkinson and Lyn Sultana and groomed by Andre Bilreiro
Dianne Barnes (Grade IV) riding Cil Dara Cosmic, owned and groomed by Jodie Barnes
Lisa Martin (Grade V) riding Juicy Wiggle, owned by Lisa Martin and groomed by Maddison McAndrew
Furthermore, in accordance with article 2.2 of the Selection Policy, the Para-Equestrian Selection Panel have named two non-traveling reserve combinations, listed below in alphabetical order:
Amelia White (Grade V) riding Genius, owned by Amelia, Antje and Ian White and groomed by Anke Wilming
Matilda Carnegie (Grade IV) riding Boccelli 6, owned by Leslie Forlee and groomed by Elizabeth Dudman
The FEI World Championships for Dressage, Jumping, Para-Equestrian and Vaulting will be held in Herning, Denmark from 6th – 14th August 2022.
The FEI World Championships for Eventing and Driving will take place in Pratoni, Italy, from 15th - 25th September and teams will be announced on August 17, 2022.
Australian Selection Policies for the 2022 FEI World Championships can be found here.
Article courtesy of Equestrian Australia