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    Default Youngster Finals SWB - "Breeders Trophy"

    On this week until sunday. The best youngsters dressage and SJ. It starts with the 3 yo and every year has it´s own class up to 7 yo.

    Todays Web TV is 4 yo dressagehorses, on between 9 am and 5.30 pm local time:

    http://www.eventmedia.nu/Event_Media...d14465245.html

    Also today from appr 1.30 pm local 5 yo second semifinal height 1,20-1,25. 187 5 yo horses, there is 83 clearrounds from the first round which means that you have to be clear in the second round too to make it to the finals this weekend.. The clear ones start in the end.

    Startlists and results :

    http://online.equipe.com/sv/class_sections/61839/starts

    http://online.equipe.com/sv/class_se.../61839/results



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    DRESSAGE

    Friday at Breeders Trophy starts with the second chance for the 5 yo dressagehorses who didn´t manage to qualify to the final on sunday.

    After lunch it´s time for the 3 yo to be shown under riders to qualify to the final on sunday. 10 horses will qualify.

    WebTV link:

    http://www.eventmedia.nu/Event_Media...d14465245.html

    SHOWJUMPING

    09.45 am
    SJ started at 09.00 am with the second round for the 6 yo. The horses who didn´t manage to go thru the first round (1,30-1,35) with less than 12 faults can jump a lower class (1,20-1,25) to give the horses a good experience.

    The ones aiming for the final are on in a few minutes. The class is 1,30-1,35. Only the 20 best (or all that have double clears) goes to the final this weekend.


    1.45 pm

    7 yo. goes their first round over 1,35-1,40 fences.The 20 best goes to the final. After that class is finished the 3 yo SJ have their final going thru the chute with the 10 best horses.

    Online results, startlists and all info such as pedigree and so on:

    http://online.equipe.com/sv/competitions/5285

    If you´re interested in pedigrees but do not recognize the stallions for example you can use BLUP.

    http://www.blup.se/en-US/pages/short_intro#



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    Double posted..



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    Default Saturday at Breeders

    Today it started with the 4 yo SJ final. The winner was a gelding by Orlando (Heartbreaker - Darco) - Irco Marco (Irco Polo - TB). You can watch the rides if you click on the icons in front of every riders name.

    http://online.equipe.com/sv/class_se.../61807/results

    At 1.30 the 5 yo SJ final takes place. 39 out of 218 who started made it to the final.

    The testriders are on the 4 yo dressagehorses at 3.45. The 5-6 yo are on at 12. Link to dressage web TV same as auction below.

    Tonight there´s an auction of 3 yo SJ horses.

    Link to catalogue/videos/info:

    http://www.sshs.nu/hastar-2012.htm

    Auction live at 7 tonight local at the same link as the dressage:

    http://www.eventmedia.nu/Event_Media...rid234524.html

    PS Found some fun pics on a website:

    http://www.hippson.se/bildspel/bakom...natet-2012.htm

    DS



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    Can you point me to the startlists/bloodline info for the dressage horses? I've tried several links and seem to keep getting the jumping horses.



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    Quote Originally Posted by DownYonder View Post
    Can you point me to the startlists/bloodline info for the dressage horses? I've tried several links and seem to keep getting the jumping horses.
    Todays class 4 yo

    Startlist:

    http://online.equipe.com/sv/class_sections/61891/starts

    If you want to know more of blodlines and so on try blup. :

    http://www.blup.se/en-US/pages/short_intro

    For example if you want to find out more about No 1 Belisko you just write belisko in the box and get all info.

    Tomorrows 5 yo:

    http://online.equipe.com/sv/class_sections/61832/starts



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    I certainly wish we had something similar regionally in the US with a National Final.

    Putting the dressage and jumping horses at the same event has to be great education for breeders and wannabee breeders.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vineyridge View Post
    I certainly wish we had something similar regionally in the US with a National Final.

    Putting the dressage and jumping horses at the same event has to be great education for breeders and wannabee breeders.
    Huh?
    We do for jumpers.IJF has regional and national finals.
    Or aren't you aware of that program?

    For Dressage the USEF 4, 5 and 6 year old programs and finals.

    And it's probably a good thing they aren't at the same event. LMAO



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    Quote Originally Posted by S A McKee View Post
    Huh?
    We do for jumpers.IJF has regional and national finals.
    Or aren't you aware of that program?

    For Dressage the USEF 4, 5 and 6 year old programs and finals.
    Out of curiosity: How does the above work? How do you qualify, what height (for the SJ), how many try to qualify to the finals. How many are in the finals? What height? All info appreciated!

    Quote Originally Posted by S A McKee View Post
    And it's probably a good thing they aren't at the same event. LMAO
    At Breeders the dressage and SJ youngsters warm up appr. 50 m. from eachother...works out fine..



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    Quote Originally Posted by LucyShow View Post
    Out of curiosity: How does the above work? How do you qualify, what height (for the SJ), how many try to qualify to the finals. How many are in the finals? What height? All info appreciated!



    At Breeders the dressage and SJ youngsters warm up appr. 50 m. from eachother...works out fine..
    The Young Dressage Horse events are run by USEF, our NGB.
    The Young Jumper events are a futurity but USEF supports them by sanctioning the age group classes and setting standards for courses and jump heights.

    http://youngjumpers.com/yjcblog/
    http://www.usef.org/_IFrames/breedsd...YHProgram.aspx

    The rules and requirements for show jumping and dressage are completely different. Holding a sanctioned event that covers both disciplines would not be possible with the same management.



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    Quote Originally Posted by S A McKee View Post
    Holding a sanctioned event that covers both disciplines would not be possible with the same management.
    If the US can host a couple of World Cups, a World Equestrian Games, and the Olympics, there is no reason both SJ and Dressage YH championships can't be held together. Whether it's necessary or even a good idea, I don't know.

    Oh wait. THere is a reason. Utter distain on your part for any discipline that isn't your own.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ahf View Post
    If the US can host a couple of World Cups, a World Equestrian Games, and the Olympics, there is no reason both SJ and Dressage YH championships can't be held together. Whether it's necessary or even a good idea, I don't know.

    Oh wait. THere is a reason. Utter distain on your part for any discipline that isn't your own.
    OMG
    What an ignorant comment !!

    Because you are clueless as usual you have no idea which disciplines I support.

    And because you are so confused I'd like to remind you that both the Young Horse competitions are national competitions so USEF rules prevail not like the WEG where FEI rules are in force. But you knew that right? Or maybe not.....



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