Judging in North America: 11-year-old Jinte Steer (Uldrick 457) is champion in Canada

Judging in North America: 11-year-old Jinte Steer (Uldrick 457) is champion in Canada



Champion Jinte G fan’e Rydwei Ster (Uldrik 457 x Anton 343) Photo: Erin Falkenham Photography

The Jury Corps travels to various inspection locations in the United States to judge horses. August 20 They were in Trenton, Nova Scotia, Canada. 11-year-old Jinte G. The championship went to Fan ‘E Rightway Steer (Uldrick 457 x Anton 33). Inge Vandersbeek’s mare from Hunter River, bred by Rottevalle, Sipke van der Veen, did not get any indication of the next presentation, but managed to convince the jury, partly with IBOP 77.5 points.

Three-year-old Giselle Reserve Champion

In the three-year-olds, Giselle MF Steer (Hessel 480 x Jakob 302) ridden by Sheree Cornell from Emerald took second premium. This made the mares three-year-old reserve champion.
Stallion Percival UP (Hessel 480 x Muse 438) ridden by Vanessa Burkhardt from Lily Vale took second premium.
Champion of the fillies was Unique Fan Friesian Meadows (Mathes 504 x Tzjalle 454), ridden by Anna Osinga-Bouma of South Granville, who took home the second premium filly with Truit Fan Friesian Meadows.




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