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Nicole Casper and Dallas in the Bundeschampionate qualifier at the 2014 CDI Perl
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Dallas, New Grand Prix Ride for Jill de Ridder

Sat, 01/21/2017 - 09:23
German Dressage News

Former European Junior Riders Champion Jill de Ridder has a new competitive Grand Prix horse to ride, the 9-year old Baden Wurttemberger gelding Dallas. Jill's grand parents acquired the gelding right before Christmas. Jill is aiming to compete on the Under 25 Grand Prix show circuit this 2017 show season.

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