Danish Anne Troensegaard and Kipling TSF took CDI3 Intermediaire I freestyle victory Flyinge today

Anne Troensegaard - with her wellknown winner attitude. Photo credit: H2R

Anne Troensegaard - with her wellknown winner attitude. Photo credit: H2R

Every competition rider going into the arena to try to do their best, but knowing Anne Troensegaard she just not want to do her best, she also wants to win - and today she succeeded with top qualities.

Starting their test with canter pirouettes at the centerline and then showing lots of power for trot tour, the only minor issue was extended canter towards another pirouette where Kipling changed canter at the extension. Overall super balanced test with lots of qualities.

Her 9 year old Trakehner gelding Kipling TSF by Hofrat / Hohenstein bred by Peter Christensen, was very successful as a young horse, as he was part of the Danish team for World Championships Young Horses as both 6 year old and again as 7 year old where they won the bronze medal.

After an injury break Kipling and Anne are really back in business with today’s impressive 78,245% and with yesterday’s 3rd place at Prix Sct. Georg we can just look forward seeing them again, and next time will be at World Cup event in Herning DEN in the small tour.

More Danish success at 2nd place and 5th place

Danish Michael Søgaard and Slæbækgård´s Santino by Sir Donnerhall I / Carano bred by Dorthe Bak Himmelstrup won yesterday’s international Prix Sct. Georg and today they showed the same high qualities throughout their test.

Carina Cassøe Krüth brought her 7 year old Heiline´s Zackton by Zack / Come Back II, bred by Stutteri Heiline. It was his first ever international event and with yesterday’s 4th place and today’s 5th place he has entered the international small tours scene with style.