Obrian sold to British Young Rider Gemma Green

Mon, 04/14/2003 - 00:00
British Dressage News

British Young Rider Gemma Green purchased the Dutch warmblood Obrian as future Grand Prix prospect. The 7-year old liver chestnut stallion Obrian is by Flemingh out of a Maestro dam. He was bred by Mr Ansems and trained and shown by Margie and Sabine Ansems at Fourth level. In 2001, Dutch professional Grand Prix rider Seth Boschman showed the stallion at the World Championships for Young Dressage Horses in Verden and finished with him overall fourth in the 5-year old division.

Gemma Green will keep Obrian in training with Henk van Bergen in The Netherlands until the stallion is ready for Grand Prix. Green was member of the British Pony Team at the 1999 European Pony Championships, where won team silver with her pony Daphne. In 2002 she won team bronze with the British young riders team riding Maxwell. For the 2003 show season, Green is saddling the Dutch stallion Argentille Gullit to compete in the young riders' division.

Source: Hoefslag
Image copyrighted: Dirk Caremans

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