Henkie, Great Lady TC, Fleau de Baian Win 2017 Dutch Semi-Finals for 2017 World Young Horse Championships

 
Sun, 06/18/2017 - 09:17
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Adelinde Cornelissen and Fleau de Baian at the 2017 CDN Etten-Leur
Photo © Digishots
2017 World Championships for Young Dressage Horses

The 5-year old Henkie, the 6-year old Great Lady TC and the 7-year old Fleau de Baian became the winners of the Dutch semi-finals in the qualification process for the 2017 World Championships for Young Dressage Horses in Ermelo, The Netherlands, on 3 - 6 August 2017. After four qualifiers and a semi-finals, the top 10 per age division are now eligible to contest the actual finals for Dutch team selection.

The Dutch WCYH selection trials are a joint venture of the KWPN society and Dutch Equestrian Federation. The 10 highest scoring horses per age division in the semi-finals are eligible to compete at the Finals held during the 2017 Dutch Championships in Ermelo in July. The semi finals took place in Etten-Leur on 16 - 17 June 2017.

In the 5-year old division Adelinde Cornelissen won the class on the Gelderlander bred and licensed stallion Henkie (by Alexandro P x Upperville) with 87.2 points but they had Dinja van Liere on the KWPN registered Haute Couture (by Connaisseur) breathing down their neck with an 87.0 score. Dutch based Spanish rider Ainhoa Prada Ortiz finished third on the mare Hannelinde (by Dream Boy) with 86.2 points. 

In the 6-year old category the top three was more spread out with Jeanine Nieuwenhuis and Tim Coomans' Great Lady (by Bretton Woods) as the clear winner on a 87.6 point score. Adelinde Cornelissen and the KWPN licensed stallion Governor (by Totilas x Jazz) were second with 85.2, followed by Dana van Lierop on the liver chestnut stallion Gunner KS (by Belissimo M) with 82.2.

Adelinde Cornelissen also won the 7-year old division aboard Fleau de Baian (by Jazz x Ulft), the full brother of her top Grand Prix horse Parzival. The pair scored 79.2% for the victory. Kirsten Brouwer and the KWPN licensed stallion Ferdeaux (by Bordeaux x Ferro) were on the heels of the winning duo with their 19.141% score. Lynne Maas and the KWPN bred Fantastique (by Vivaldi x Florencio) landed third place with 76.172%. They were last year's bronze medal winners at the 2016 Pavo Cup Finals. 

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Results - 2017 Dutch WCYH Semi Finals - Etten-Leur

5-year olds

  • 1. Adelinde Cornelissen,- Henkie (by Alexandro P) - 87,2
  • 2. Dinja van Liere - Haute Couture (by Connaisseur) - 87
  • 3. Ainhoa Prada Ortiz - Hannelinde GLN (by Dream Boy) -  86,2
  • 4. Emmelie Scholtens - Hero (by Apache) -  85,2
  • 5. Mara de Vries -  Habibi DVB (by Don Schufro) -  85
  • 6. Laurens van Lieren -  Happyness E (by Rousseau) -  84,4
  • 7. Dinja van Liere - Hilton (by Charmeur) -  83
  • 8. Dinja van Liere -  Hermes (by Easy Game) -  82,8
  • 9. Ingrid Malan -  Haeden (by Chippendale) - 82,2
  • 10. Vai Bruntink - Hilton (by Carlton Hill) - 81,8

6-year olds

  • 1. Jeanine Nieuwenhuis -  Great Lady TC (by Bretton Woods) -  87,6
  • 2. Adelinde Cornelissen - Governor (by Totilas) -  85,2
  • 3. Dana van Lierop - Gunner KS (by Belissimo M) -  82,2
  • 4. Kim van der Velden -  Guadeloupe-Beau (by Bordeaux) -  82
  • 5. Jeanine Nieuwenhuis -  Genua TC (by Charmeur) -  81,6
  • 6 Joyce Heuitink - Gaudi Vita (by Apache) -  80,8
  • 7. Laurens van Lieren -  Grandeur A (by Jazz) -  80,2
  • 8. Lotje Schoots - Grace of Rose (by Jazz) -  79
  • 9. Anna Blomgren -  Glamourdale (by Lord Leatherdale) -  78,8
  • 10. Adelinde Cornelissen-   Goodman (by Jazz) -  78,6
  • 10. Lars op ’t Hoog - Gavi dl Gavi VCG (by .Jazz) - 78,6
  • 10. Diederik van Silfhout - Galaxie (by Jazz) - 78,6

7-year olds

  • 1. Adelinde Cornelissen -  Fleau de Baian (by Jazz)-  79,266
  • 2. Kirsten Brouwer - Ferdeaux (by Bordeaux)-   79,141
  • 3. Lynne Maas - Fantastique (by Vivaldi) -  76,172
  • 4. Vai Bruntink - Cum Laude (by Apache) - 74,797 
  • 4. Emmelie Scholtens -  Fenix (by Vivaldi), 74,797 
  • 6. Dinja Van Liere - For Gribaldi (by Gribaldi) -  74,625
  • 7. Patrick Van der Meer -  First Apple (by Vivaldi) -  74,609
  • 8. Mara De Vries -  Farzana G (by Ampère) -  74,25 
  • 9. Tommie Visser -  Fabiola (by Sir Oldenburg)-  73,375
  • 10. Carlijn Vaessen -  Fossbury (by Ampère) -  71,797

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