America gets even more horsepower for Paris: Lars van de Honderheide and Helix to Adrian Lyle

America gets even more horsepower for Paris: Lars van de Honderheide and Helix to Adrian Lyle

Wealthy apparel enthusiasts from the US have brought four horses across the pond ahead of the Olympic deadline (January 15, 2024) with the Olympics in Paris. Recent transfers: Charlotte Fries Lars van de Honderheide (v. black) in Helix (By Apache) Purchased from Marina Madsen to Adrian Lyle. reports that Eurotrssage.

Earlier, Grand Prix horses Adelinde Cornelissen's Flo de Boy (by Jazz) and Catherine Dufour's Bohemian (by Bordeaux) also left for America.

Friday in Tokyo

The U.S. dressage team won silver at the previous Olympics in Tokyo and the Americans, who haven't been as prominent in the dressage ring in the past year, want to do everything they can (in terms of horse equipment) to get by. Close to the stage again to arrive in Paris.

Four Grand Prix horses across the lake in a few weeks

In recent weeks, four Grand Prix horses left for America. Adelinde Cornelissen's Fleau de Baian, Christian Simonson, fourth in freestyle under Cathrine Dufour in Tokyo, goes to Bohemian, Endel Oates, and now Adrienne Lyle, who contributed team silver in Tokyo with Salvino, has two more Grand Prix horses.

In 2023 the gelding Lars van de Honderheide scored more than 75% in three Grands Prix under Charlotte Fry and Helix scored more than 71% in Grands Prix under Marina Madsen.

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