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The World Breeding Championships will be held

From 9th to 13th December the FEI/WBFSH World Breeding Championships for young dressage horses will take place in the German town Verden which is the hometown to the Hanoverian studbook. Due to COVID-19 spectators are not allowed at the show


Norwegian rider Isabell Freese riding the Hanoverian stallion Top Gear in Niedesachsenhalle in Verden. Photo: J. Fellner.
d. 11-11-2020 - 12:44

The best 5-, 6- and 7-year old dressage horses of numerous WBFSH member studbooks have been selected to represent their country and their studbook at the FEI/WBFSH World Breeding Championships for young dressage horses.

 

The German town Verden which is the hometown to the Hanoverian studbook has hosted the world championships many times before, but this is the first time the championships will held indoors. It will take place in the Niedersachsenhalle which has set the frame to many events withing the Hanoverian studbook such as their stallion licensing, sport horse auctions and shows.


Director of the tournament Ulrike Kubelke would have like to offer all dressage fans the opportunity to watch the championships in the Niedersachsenhalle, but due to the COVID-10 pandemic spectators are not allowed at the show. However, the equestrian broadcast site clipmyhorse.tv will be live steaming all competitions of the world championship in Verden for you to watch everything comfortably from your home.


More information about the FEI WBFSH Dressage World Breeding Championships for Young Horses.