Robin Stempel competed in the USEF/USEF Spring Fever Dressage Show held at Stable View in Aiken, South Carolina.
As a Third Level Classified show, all Dressage Tests are judged by two presiding judges.
Stempelís goal is to represent Bermuda at the North American Youth Championships scheduled to be held in Michigan from August 9th to 15th.
In order to do so, Stempel and her horse Rossano Royal 2 are required to achieve two qualifying scores of 62% in the FEI Young Riderís Team test, two qualifying scores of 62% in the FEI Young Rider Individual Test, as well as one qualifying score of 65% in Freestyle test.
At the Fever Dressage Show, Stempel successfully achieved a qualifying score of 62% in the FEI Team test and an average qualifying score of 64.7% in the FEI Individual Test.
Having now achieved two of the five requisite qualifying scores, Stempel has until June 20th in which to obtain the remaining qualifying scores.
During the next two weeks, Stempel will focus on perfecting her Freestyle Test which she will perform on April 24th at the Prime Time Dressage Show to be held at the Carolina Horse Park, in Raeford, North Carolina.
Thereafter, Stempel will continue to compete at additional sanctioned Dressage events in order to secure the remaining qualifying score in the FEI team test and FEI Individual Test.
The Bermuda Equestrian Federation congratulated Stempel on her achievements to date, and wishes her every success as she seeks to secure the additional requisite qualifying scores for the North American Youth Championships.