Ground Jury for 2017 World Cup Finals Appointed

Tue, 01/24/2017 - 09:26
American Dressage News

The FEI has appointed the ground jury that will be officiating at the 2017 World Cup Finals to be held at the Century Link exhibition centre in Omaha, Nebraska, on 29 March - 2 April 2017.  The 2017 World Cup Finals will be the highlight of the winter show season before the outdoor competitions begin in April.

The 2017 Omaha World Cup Finals will have Swedish born American judge Anne Gribbons as president of the ground jury. She will be joined by Maribel Alonso (MEX), Mariette Sanders-van Gansewinkel (NED), Katrina Wust (GER), Andrew Gardner (GBR), Raphael Saleh (FRA) and Leif Tornblad (DEN). 

The Judging Supervisory Panel working in Omaha will include Henk van Bergen (NED), Uwe Mechlem (GER) and Linda Zang (USA)

The stewards working in Omaha are Elizabeth Williams (USA) as chief stewards, flanked by Frances Cross, Camille Kopcik, Walter Bagley, Lisa Gorretta, and Ann Sushko.

Photo © Astrid Appels

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