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Shortened Versions of Dressage Grand Prix, Other Levels Tested by FEI Before Riders, Judges, Coaches

WARENDORF, Germany, Sept. 10, 2019–Shortened versions of the Grand Prix and some other dressage levels have been tested by the International Equestrian Federation (FEI) at the German equestrian federation.

German Olympic riders Hubertus Schmidt, Isabell Werth and Monica Theodorescu, who is also the German national coach, were on hand along with other riders, coaches, judges, show organizers and FEI representatives.

Marcus Hermes as well as juniors based at the federation facility such as Bianca Nowag and Claire-Louise Averkorn were among those to ride various versions of the Grand Prix, the Intermediaire A and B, the Young Horse Grand Prix and the Under-14 Children’s Challenge.

The patterns of the test competitions were also paced out by those invited to the event.

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