The 2018 FEI World Jumping Challenge came to a successful conclusion for Bermuda show jumper Philip Correia, and his talented stallion, Emerson. This dynamic team secured 1st place in the Category “A” (1.20m – 1.30m) Division for Regional Zone 10 and also achieved an overall 24th placing out of a field of 278 competitors from around the world.
The Bermuda Equestrian Federation is delighted to advise that, as consequence of Correia’s outstanding results, the FEI has extended an invitation to Correia to compete at the 2019 FEI WORLD JUMPING CHALLENGE FINALS.
This year’s FINALS will be held in Quito, Ecuador from September 9th – 15th, with competitors travelling from around the globe, the host country will provide borrowed horses for the invited riders to compete upon.
Although 278 competitors, from around the world, competed in 1.20m – 1.30m Height Division of the 2018 FEI World Jumping Challenge, only the top two placing riders from each of the ten regional zones are invited to compete in the 2019 FEI JUMPING WORLD CHALLENGE FINALS.
Correia previously represented Bermuda and was awarded a Silver Medal at the 2016 FEI World Jumping Challenge Finals held in Rabat Morocco.
The Bermuda Equestrian Federation extended its sincere congratulations to Correia on his commendable achievements.