The annual FEI World Dressage Challenge is an event which bridges National and International Levels of Competition in the Dressage Community.
Judges Lois Yukins (USA) and Mercedes Campdera (Mexico) flew to the Island to preside over the event with Campdera spending extra time following the event with Bermuda’s riders for both ridden and classroom based training.
Team Bermuda consisted of Angela Halloran-Smith, Dawn Fox, Casey Truran and Robin Stempel.
Bermuda’s Dressage Riders judged against the rest of the world, with Team Bermuda finishing 17th of 40 Countries. 665 Dressage riders from 40 different Countries competed in the event.
2017 - WORLD CLASSIFICATION BASED ON INDIVIDUAL & TEAM RESULTS
Intermediare 1 Level - Dawn Fox -& Lancelot - 23rd out of 41 competitors.
Prix St George Level - Dawn Fox & Landtango - 50th out of 105 competitors
Senior 1 Level
Angela Halloran-Smith & Finnomenal AV – 11th out of 213 competitors Casey Truran - De Le Vega - 31st of 213 competitors Claire Salmon - G.P Sophia - 59th of 213 competitors Virginia McKey & Matinee - 98th of 213 competitors Jackie Scott - Deportista - 186th of 213 competitors
Kelsey Amos & Wiratoro Joint 12th of 147 competitors Robin Stempel & Happy Feet Joint 12th of 147 competitors Christian Truran & Roseland 80th of 147 competitors