First Tickets On Sale for 2020 Las Vegas World Cup Dressage & Jumping Finals One Year Away

LAS VEGAS, Nevada, April 15, 2019–The first tickets for the 2020 World Cup Finals of dressage and jumping went on sale Monday, exactly a year ahead of the annual championship returning to the expanded Thomas & Mack Center in Las Vegas.

Dressage Freestyle, the competition that determines the World Cup champion, returns to its previous primetime Saturday evening timeslot.

From April 15 to May 31 All-Session Ticket holders from 2015, the last time the joint World Cups were staged in Las Vegas, have the first chance to order All-Session tickets for 2020 during an exclusive renewal period. Previous All-Session ticket holders who do not receive information by mail or email by late April should send an email to ticketoffice@LasVegasEvents.com.

From July 1 to Aug. 15, members of the World Cup Club will have the next exclusive opportunity to purchase All-Session Tickets. There is no charge to become a World Cup Club member that offers the first choice on the best available seats, get the latest news, ticket and hotel information. To join go to http://www.worldcuplasvegas.com/world-cup-club.

General sales of all-session tickets open Sept. 16 and all-session tickets for either discipline will be available to anyone.

Tickets for individual sessions will be available at the end of the year.

The dressage World Cup Final has been staged previously in Las Vegas in 2005, 2007, 2009 and 2015.

Charlotte Dujardin at Las Vegas in 2015 holding aloft the World Cup she won for the second time on Valegro. © 2015 Ken Braddick/dressage-news.com

Steffen Peters on Ravel won the title in 2009, only the second American to do so since the launching of the championship in 1986. The other American was Debbie McDonald on Brentina in 2003.

Tentative Schedule for the 2020 Finals US Pacific/Eastern/Central European Times

Wednesday, April 15
9:30 am/12:30 pm/1830–Jumping World Cup Warm-Up
1:30 pm/4:30 pm/2230–Dressage World Cup Warm-Up

Thursday, April 16
12 pm/3 pm/2100–Dressage World Cup Grand Prix
7 pm/10 pm/0400 Fri–Jumping World Cup Final I

Friday, April 17
8:30 am/11:30 am/1730–Dressage World Cup Freestyle Rehearsal
1 pm/4 pm/2200–Devoucoux Dressage Showcase
7 pm/10 pm/0400 Sat–Jumping World Cup Final II

Saturday, April 18
12 pm/3 pm/2100–Las Vegas Jumping Grand Prix
7 pm/10 pm/0400 Sun–Dressage World Cup Final (Freestyle)

Sunday, April 19
12 pm/3 pm/2100–Jumping World Cup Final III

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Nick Wagman & Don John Win West Coast Dressage Festival CDI3* Grand Prix Special, Places 2nd on Zenith

Nick Wagman and Don John. File photo © Terri Miller

TEMECULA, California, April 14, 2019-Nick Wagman on Don John won the West Coast Dressage Festival CDI3* Grand Prix Special Sunday and placed second on Zenith switching the order of finish in the Grand Prix.

Nick and Don John, an 11-year-old KWPN gelding, scored 70.064%, a personal best in more than 15 months of Big Tour competition.

Nick of Rancho Santa Fe, California and Zenith, a 15-year-old KWPN gelding, placed second on 66.426%

Nick won the Grand Prix on Zenith and placed second on Don John.

Results:

CDI3* Grand Prix Special

Judges-E: Gary Rockwell-USA H: Lee Tubman-CAN C: Gabriel Armando-ARG M: Cesar Torrente-COL B: Kerrie Swan-Bates-AUS

Pl.

1

Horse

Don John

Rider

Nick Wagman

E

70.426% (1)

H

70.638% (1)

C

70.213% (1)

M

69.787% (1)

B

69.255% (1)

Total
70.064%
2.

Zenith

Nick Wagman

66.702% (3) 65.426% (2) 66.702% (3) 65.745% (3) 67.553% (2)
66.426%
3.

Millione

Jennifer Schrader-Williams

66.809% (2) 64.681% (3) 67.234% (2) 66.702% (2) 65.106% (4)
66.106%
4.

Bailarino

Dawn White-O’Connor

65.426% (4) 64.681% (3) 63.830% (4) 65.000% (5) 65.851% (3)
64.957%
5.

Dream Diamond

Julia Vysniauskas

63.936% (5) 63.617% (5) 63.085% (5) 65.532% (4) 63.723% (5)
63.979%

 

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Dorothee Schneider & Showtime Win Magna Racino CDI4* Grand Prix Special to Complete Successful Return to Competition

Showtime ridden by Dorothee Schneider at the Rio Olympic Games. © 2016 Ken Braddick/dressage-news.com

EBREICHSDORF, Austria, April 14, 2019–Dorothee Schneider rode her Olympic team gold medal horse Showtime FRH to victory in the Magna Racino CDI4* Grand Prix Special Sunday completing a successful return to competition after a nine-month injury timeout.

Dorothee and the 13-year-old Hanoverian gelding scored 81.021% for the win, a day after capturing the Grand Prix that was the first start since July. Then, Showtime was withdrawn with a swollen leg from the CDIO5* Special at Aachen, Germany to be dropped from consideration for the German team for the World Equestrian Games in Tryon two months later.

Benjamin Werndl and Famoso OLD  was awarded 75.170% to place second, as they did in the Grand Prix, in only the second Big Tour event for the 10-year-old Oldenburg gelding. Benjamin competed Daily Mirror in his first World Cup Final last week.

Finland’s Henri Ruoste on Rossetti was third on 73.128%.

The pair of victories for Dorothee and Showtime this weekend brough to 12 the number of Big Tour wins in the past four years of Grand Prix competition that included team gold at the 2016 Rio Olympics.

Results:

CDI4* Grand Prix Special

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Steffen Peters & Suppenkasper Win West Coast Dressage Festival World Cup Freestyle With Personal Best Score for 2nd Day

Steffen Peters on Suppenkasper at the West Coast Dressage Festival. © 2019 Terri Miller

TEMECULA, California, April 13, 2019–Steffen Peters and Suppenkasper won the World Cup Grand Prix Freestyle Saturday night with a personal best score a day after posting a new high in the Grand Prix at the West Coast Dressage Festival.

Steffen a four-time Olympian for America, and the 11-year-old KWPN gelding were awarded 79.750% for the musical performance in the first qualifying competition in North American for theWorld Cup final in Las Vegas a year from now.

Steffen was the World Cup champion on Ravel in 2009, only the second American combination to win the annual championship based on the freestyle. The other was Debbie McDonald on Brentina in 2003.

The previous best freestyle score for Steffen and “Mopsie,” as Suppenkasper is nicknamed, was 77.800% in Southern California a year ago. Steffen and Suppenkasper scored 76.304% in the Grand Prix Friday, that surpassed their previous best of 75.804% three months earlier.

The personal best results come 15 months after Steffen began international competition on Suppenkasper that was bought by Four Winds Farm of Akiko Yamazaki and Jerry Yang as a U.S. team prospect for the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo. The horse was previously competed by Germany’s Helen Langehanenberg.

The 54-year-old Steffen based in San Diego competed on American teams at Olympics in 1996, 2008, 2012 and 2016.

Paige Ruhl of Redmond, Washington on Yatzee FPF was second on 67.325%. Only two combinations started in the freestyle.

Results:

World Cup Grand Prix Freestyle

Judges-E: Sarah Geikie-USA H: Gary Rockwell-USA C: Cesar Torrente-COL M: Lee Tubman-CAN B: Gabriel Armando-ARG

Pl.

1.

Horse

Suppenkasper

Rider

Steffen Peters

E

82.875% (1)

H

78.500% (1)

C

80.750% (1)

M

77.625% (1)

B

79.000% (1)

Total
79.750%
2.

Yatzee FPF

Paige Ruhl

66.250% (2) 69.875% (2) 68.375% (2) 64.125% (2) 68.000% (2)
67.325%

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Sarah Lockman & First Apple Win Debut Int. 1 Freestyle to Complete Pan American Games Qualifying Atop USA Rankings

Sarah Lockman on First Apple celebrating success at West Coast Dressage Festival. © 2019 Terri Miller

TEMECULA, California, April 13, 2019–Sarah Lockman and First Apple won their debut Intermediate 1 Freestyle at the West Coast Dressage Festival Saturday night to complete Pan American Games qualifying, undefeated and atop the USA rankings.

Sarah and the nine-year-old KWPN stallion have become the leading Small Tour partnership in the Americas with the results of two Prix St. Georges and two Intermediate 1 scores and by winning the musical performance that was required to qualify for selection to the United States team for the Pan Ams in Lima, Peru at the end of July.

The duo based at Murrieta, California scored 76.375%, with three-time U.S. Olympian Günter Seidel of Cardiff, California on Beltano second on 73.500%. Nicholla Clarke of Temecula on Coral Reef ScoobiDoo was third on 71.500%

Ashley Holzer of Wellington, Florida on Valentine has the highest Int. 1 freestyle mark of 77.933% and stands second in the U.S. rankings for the Dutta Corp. team of mixed Small and Big Tour combinations for the Pan Ams held once every four years.

Sarah, 30, and First Apple that was acquired late in 2018 by sponsor Gerry Ibanez, posted the highest Int. 1 score in the Americas this year in her campaign to make her first United States team.

The U.S. requires two Prix St. Georges and two Int. 1 scores obtained in CDIs to count for qualification, as well as one freestyle mark that does not count.

The results from this California event boosted the average for Sarah and First Apple to 74.779, with Ashley Holzer and Valentine standing second on 73.564.

Two team slots are available at the Pan Ams for the Olympics in Tokyo next year. The U.S. has already earned a start with the team silver at last year’s World Equestrian Games but is looking to extend its gold medal performance to six straight Pan Ams.

First Apple (Vivaldi x T.C.N. Partout) was competed as a seven-year-old by Dutch team rider Patrik van der Meer, including the World Young Horse Championships in Ermelo where they placed second in the preliminary and fourth in the final. In nine Small Tour starts in Europe over six months to mid-2018, Patrik and First Apple always placed in the top three, including three victories.

Sarah and First Apple worked with Patrik in Holland for a month before moving to Wellington for coaching with Scott Hassler who has been in California for the two CDIs.

Three-time U.S. Olympian Günter Seidel of Cardiff, California on Beltano, a 10-year-old Hanoverian gelding, was second in the Int. 1 on 72.294%, a personal best in three events this year.

Nicholla Clarke of on Coral Reef ScoobiDoo was third on 69.088%

Results:

CDI1* Int. 1 Freestyle

Judges-E: Sarah Geikie-USA H: Gary Rockwell-USA C: Cesar Torrente-COL M: Lee Tubman-CAN B: Gabriel Armando-ARG

Pl.

1.

Horse

First Apple

Rider

Sarah Lockman

E

76.750% (1)

H

75.250% (1)

C

77.875% (1)

M

76.375% (1)

B

75.625% (1)

Total
76.375%
2.

Beltano

Günter Seidel

75.750% (2) 72.500% (2) 73.000% (2) 72.125% (2) 74.125% (2)
73.500%
3.

Coral Reef ScoobiDooh

Nicholia Clarke

74.000% (3) 69.250% (3) 72.625% (3) 68.750% (3) 72.875% (3)
71.500%
4.

Formancier

Gail Redinger

70.125% (4) 67.500% (4) 69.375% (4) 66.250% (4) 70.125% (4)
68.675%
5.

Cato

Patty Mayer

68.000% (5) 63.875% (5) 64.375% (5) 63.625% (5) 64.000% (5)
64.775%

 

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Germany’s Jessica von Bredow-Werndl & Zaire-E Post Personal Best Score to Win Ebreichsdorf CDI3* Freestyle

Jessica von Bredow-Werndl and Zaire-E. File photo © www.sportfotos-lafrentz.de

EBREICHSDORF, Austria, April 13, 2019–German team rider Jessica von Bredow-Werndl and Zaire-E won the CDI4* Grand Prix Freestyle Saturday with a personal best score for a double victory here.

Jessica and the 15-year-old KWPN mare scored 82.250% for the win, that topped the previous best of 80.525% posted a year ago. Jessica and Zaire competed in the young horse division six years ago, moving to Small and Medium Tour before beginning Grand Prix in late 2014.

Austria’s Victoria Max-Theurer, making her debut on Fackeltanz, placed second on 76.475% after placing third in the Grand Prix. Fackelntanz was competed at Grand Prix by Stefan Lehfellner of Austria last year and by Dorothee Schneider at Small Tour for two years.

Christian Schumach of Austria and Sinclair Jason were third on 74.925%.

Results:

CDI4* Grand Prix for Freestyle

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Sweden’s Malin Wahlkamp-Nilsson & Eddieni Win Zeeland Outdoor CDI3* Grand Prix Special for Double Victory in Big Tour Debut

Malin Wahlkamp-Nilsson and Eddieni in debut Big Tour show. © 2019 Digishots

NIEUW en SINT JOOSLAND, Netherlands, April 13, 2019–Malin Wahlkamp-Nilsson of Sweden and Eddieni won the Zeeland Outdoor CDI3* Grand Prix Special Saturday for a double victory in the debut Big Tour event for the 10-year-old gelding.

Malin, 30 years old and based in Germany as a rider with Swedish Olympian Patrik Kittel, and the Dutch-bred Eddieni scored 73.574% for the win. The pair won the Grand Prix Thursday on 72.043%.

Belgium’s Laurence Roos on Fil Rouge, a 14-year-old Belgian Warmblood, placed second on 71.553%. The 25-year-old rider has competed Fil Rouge since Young Riders in 2013, including European Championships in 2014, the European Under-25 Championships in 2016 and at the World Equestrian Games in Tryon last fall.

Spain’s Jordi Domingo Coll on Sonata DSH was third on 69.319%.

Results:

CDI3* Grand Prix Special

Judges-E: Freddy Leyman-BEL H: Lars Andersson-SWE C: Eduard de Wolff van Westerrode-NED M: Maria Schwennesen-AUS B: Mariette Sanders van Gansewinkel-NED

Pl. Rider Horse Nat. E H C M B Total
1 Malin WAHLKAMP-NILSSON
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EDDIENI SWE 72.234% 74.362% 71.489% 74.362% 75.426% 73.574%
339.5 2 349.5 1 336 1 349.5 1 354.5 1 1729
2 Laurence ROOS
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FIL ROUGE BEL 72.447% 72.234% 66.915% 73.298% 72.872% 71.553%
340.5 1 339.5 2 314.5 7 344.5 2 342.5 2 1681.5
3 Jordi DOMINGO COLL
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SONATA DSH ESP 70.426% 69.255% 69.787% 69.149% 67.979% 69.319%
331 4 325.5 4 328 2 325 3 319.5 6 1629
4 Mary HANNA
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CALANTA AUS 65.851% 67.979% 67.979% 68.085% 71.064% 68.191%
309.5 10 319.5 5 319.5 3 320 5 334 3 1602.5
5 Juliette RAMEL
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WALL STREET JV SWE 67.660% 69.787% 67.766% 66.596% 68.936% 68.149%
318 8 328 3 318.5 4 313 8 324 5 1601.5
6 Stephanie DE FREL
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CALRIETA H NED 70.106% 67.766% 64.255% 67.340% 69.255% 67.745%
329.5 5 318.5 6 302 10 316.5 7 325.5 4 1592
7 Valentina TRUPPA
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RANIERI ITA 68.511% 64.681% 67.128% 66.596% 67.979% 66.979%
322 6 304 10 315.5 6 313 8 319.5 6 1574
8 Sara GALLOP
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BANDREO GBR 70.745% 66.064% 66.170% 67.447% 63.617% 66.809%
332.5 3 310.5 9 311 8 317 6 299 11 1570
9 Mikaela FABRICIUS-BJERRE
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SKOVLUNDS GAMIN G FIN 67.128% 66.489% 64.787% 68.723% 65.851% 66.596%
315.5 9 312.5 7 304.5 9 323 4 309.5 8 1565
10 Warwick MCLEAN
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SIR HEINRICH M AUS 68.191% 66.170% 67.553% 66.596% 63.830% 66.468%
320.5 7 311 8 317.5 5 313 8 300 10 1562
11 Jana KUN
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LARRY LABOND GER 65.426% 63.830% 64.149% 63.830% 64.255% 64.298%
307.5 11 300 11 301.5 11 300 11 302 9 1511
12 Willow KEMP
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DRAGON HEART GBR 61.809% 59.255% 56.596% 61.489% 61.915% 60.213%
290.5 12 278.5 12 266 12 289 12 291 12 1415
19:18 Kate DWYER SNOWDON FABERGE IRL EL

 

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Showtime Returns With Dorothee Schneider to Win Ebreichsdorf CDI4* Grand Prix for Special

Olympic team gold horse Showtime FRH in his return to competition ridden by Dorothee Schneider.two days ago after a lengthy injury timeout has been witjdrawn from the Aachen CDI4* with a swollen leg. © 2018 Ken Braddick/dressage-news.com

EBREICHSDORF, Austria, April 13, 2019–Olympic team gold medal horse Showtime FRH was ridden by Dorothee Schneider in the return to competition after a nine-month injury timeout to win the Magna Racino CDI4* Grand Prix for the Special Saturday.

Dorothee and Showtime, a 13-year-old Hanoverian gelding and one of the most admired combinations in the sport, scored 76.870% for the win.

Compatriot Benjamin Werndl and Famoso OLD  placed second on 74.326% in only the second CDI Grand Prix start for the 10-year-old Oldenburg gelding. Benjamin, who a week ago competed Daily Mirror in his first World Cup Final, began Big Tour with Famoso last November.

Austria’s Victoria Max-Theurer debuted Benaglio, 11-year-old Oldenburg gelding, at Big Tour to place third on 72.478%.

The return of Showtime had been much anticipated.

Before Saturday’s victory, the pair had 24 Grand Prix starts for 10 wins since June, 2015.

Rio Olympics team gold in 2016 was followed by a break from competition of almost a year in 2017, another break in 2018 until the CDIO5* World Equestrian Festival in Aachen, Germany last July and the withdrawal with a swollen leg after second place in the Grand Prix Special.

The injury knocked the pair out of contention for Germany’s World Equestrian Games team.

Results:

CDI4* Grand Prix for Special

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Sarah Lockman & First Apple Become Leading Small Tour Partnership in Americas After Winning Temecula CDI1* Intermediate 1

Sarah Lockman on First Apple with (left to right) Gerry Ibanez, owner; Carolyn Koolman, former owner; Scott Hassler, coach and Octovio Rocha, groom.

TEMECULA, California, April 12, 2019–California’s Sarah Lockman and First Apple became the leading Small Tour partnership in the Americas by winning the West Coast Dressage Festival CDI1* Intermediate 1 Friday after only two international events.

The score of 75.765% for Sarah and the nine-year-old KWPN stallion was the highest at Int. 1 in the Americas this year with just over three months to go to the Pan American Games that Sarah is aiming for as her first Dutta Corp. United States team.

The Int. 1 score came a day after 74.835% in the Prix St. Georges Thursday, the highest in the U.S. since Jan. 1 but eclipsed by Tina Irwin on Laurencio that is the leading combination for Canada in rankings for the Pan Ams scheduled for Lima, Peru at the end of July.

The results from this event boosted the average of the required qualifying scores at Prix St. Georges and Int. to 74.779 with Ashley Holzer of Wellington, Florida and Valentine standing second on 73.564.

Sarah, 30, of Murrieta will be a rookie if she and First Apple are selected for the USA squad of mixed big and small your combinations that is looking to extend its gold medal performance to six straight Pan Ams staged once every four years. Two team berths are available at Lima for the 2020 Olympics, but the U.S. has already earned its ticket to Tokyo with the team silver at last year’s World Equestrian Games.

First Apple was acquired by sponsor Gerry Ibanez from Carolyn de Roo–Kooiman’s President Stables in the Netherlands last fall.

First Apple (Vivaldi x T.C.N. Partout) was competed as a seven-year-old by Dutch team rider Patrik van der Meer, including the World Young Horse Championships in Ermelo where they placed second in the preliminary and fourth in the final. In nine Small Tour starts in Europe over six months to mid-2018, Patrik and First Apple always placed in the top three, including three victories.

Sarah and First Apple worked with Patrik in Holland for a month before moving to Wellington for coaching with Scott Hassler who has been in California for the two CDIs.

Three-time U.S. Olympian Günter Seidel of Cardiff, California on Beltano, a 10-year-old Hanoverian gelding, was second in the Int. 1 on 72.294%, a personal best in three events this year.

Nicholla Clarke of on Coral Reef ScoobiDoo was third on 69.088%

Results:

CDI1* Int. 1

Judges-E: Cesar Torrente-COL H: Gabriel Armando-ARG C: Lee Tubman-CAN M: Sarah Geike B: Gary Rockwell

Pl.

1.

Horse

First Apple

Rider

Sarah Lockman

E

75.882% (1)

H

75.882% (1)

C

76.029% (1)

M

75.441% (1)

B

75.588% (1)

Total
75.765%
2.

Beltano

Günter Seidel

71.176% (2) 73.529% (2) 71.618% (2) 72.059% (2) 73.088% (2)
72.294%
3.

Coral Reef ScoobiDooh

Nicholia Clarke

70.735% (3) 69.853% (3) 69.706% (3) 67.353% (6) 67.794% (7)
69.088%
4.

Hanseat

Cyndi Jackson

68.971% (4) 68.676% (4) 67.647% (5) 67.941% (5) 68.676% (5)
68.382%
5.

Heide Spirit

David Blake

64.412% (9) 68.088% (6) 68.529% (4) 72.059% (2) 68.235% (6)
68.265%
6.

Silberpfeil

David Wightman

68.529% (5) 68.088% (6) 66.765% (7) 65.441% (8) 68.824% (4)
67.529%
7. D’Amore

Stephen Birchall

68.529% (5) 67.353% (8) 67.206% (6) 68.235% (4) 65.735% (9)
67.412%
8.

Harley Davidson

Shayna Simon

67.059% (8) 68.529% (5) 65.588% (9) 66.029% (7) 67.206% (8)
66.882%
9.

Formancier

Gail Redinger

67.206% (7) 64.853% (9) 66.029% (8) 63.824% (11) 69.265% (3)
66.235%
10.

Ribery 27

Matthew Cunningham

62.647% (11) 63.382% (10) 61.324% (11) 64.118% (10) 64.412% (10)
63.176%
11.

Cato

Patty Mayer

62.794% (10) 61.618% (11) 61.912% (10) 64.853% (9) 62.647% (11)
62.765%

La Fariah

Rebecca Rigdon

SCR

Rondoro Noblesse

Jennifer Hoffmann

WD

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Steffen Peters Rides Suppenkasper to Personal Best Score at Temecula World Cup Grand Prix

Steffen Peters and Suppenksper. File photo. © Ken Braddick/dressage-news.com

TEMECULA, California, April 12, 2019–America’s four-time Olympian Steffen Peters rode Suppenkasper to a personal best score Friday in what he described as an “amazing” performance to win the World Cup Grand Prix at the West Coast Dressage Festival.

The score of 76.304% for Steffen and the 11-year-old KWPN gelding surpassed the previous best of 75.804% at this same show grounds three months ago.

“One of the best rides of my life and clearly Mospie’s best test so far,” he said in using the barn name the horse inherited from Germany.

“It is hard to put in words how proud I am of Mopsie.”

The first Grand Prix score above 76% came 15 months after starting international competition on Suppenkasper that was bought by Four Winds Farm of Akiko Yamazaki and Jerry Yang as a U.S. team prospect for the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo. The horse was previously competed by Germany’s Helen Langehanenberg.

The 54-year-old Steffen based in San Diego competed on American teams at Olympics in 1996, 2008, 2012 and 2016.

Paige Ruhl of Redmond, Washington on Yatzee FPF was second on 63.087% in which only two combinations started.

Nick Wagman of Rancho Santa Fe, California took the top two places in the Grand Prix for the Special, on Zenith scoring 68.283% and on Don John 67.457%.

Results:

World Cup Grand Prix

Judges-E: Cesar Torrente-COL H: Gabriel Armando-ARG C: Lee Tubman-CAN M: Sarah Geikie-USA B: Gary Rockwell-USA
Pl. 1.

Horse

Suppenkasper

Rider

Steffen Peters

E

76.739% (1)

H

75.109% (1)

C

74.239% (1)

M

76.196% (1)

B

79.239% (1)

Total
75.804%

Yatzee FPF

Paige Ruhl

62.500%

(2)

63.804%

(2)

62.935%

(2)

62.065%

(2)

64.130%

(2)

63.087%
CDI3* Grand Prix for Special
Judges-E: Cesar Torrente-COL H: Gabriel Armando-ARG C: Lee Tubman-CAN M: Sarah Geikie-USA B: Gary Rockwell-USA
Pl.

1.

Horse

Zenith

Rider

Nick Wagman

E

69.783%

(1)

H

66.522%

(2)

C

69.348%

(1)

M

66.304%

(3)

B

69.457%

(1)

Total
68.283%
2.

Don John

Nick Wagman

65.652%

(2)

68.152%

(1)

67.391%

(2)

68.261%

(1)

67.826%

(2)

 67.457%
3.

Bailarino

Dawn White-O’Connor

65.109% (3) 65.000% (4) 66.413% (3) 65.109% (4) 66.630% (3)
 65.652%
4.

Millione

Jennifer Schrader-Williams

64.783% (4) 64.130% (5) 64.674% (5) 67.065% (2) 66.522% (4)
65.435%
5.

Dream Diamond

Julia Vysniauskas

63.152% (5) 65.326% (3) 66.087% (4) 64.457% (5) 65.435% (5)
64.891%
6.

Uiver

Terri Rocovich

57.391% (6) 57.717% (6) 57.717% (6) 62.500% (6) 57.174% (6)
58.500%

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