Deborah Hausman and Verona Qualify for Selection Trials for the USEF Young Horse Dressage World Championships

in Announcements,Show Results

Deborah Hausman of Sherwood, Oregon and her 5 year-old Dutch mare, Verona (Jazz x Glennridge) had success at the recent Golden State Premiere in Rancho Murieta, California.  The pair scored an 85.8% in their Materiale class. They went on to receive qualifying scores in their FEI Finale Test for Young Horse (5 year-old) and will compete in the USEF Young Horse Dressage Selection Trials for the World Championships in May of this year.

Since that show Verona and Deborah have been selected by the USEF to participate in the Young Horse Training Session with US Team Coach Scott Hassler at the L.A. Equestrian Center.  As stated by USEF, “The purpose of the USEF Young Horse Dressage Training Sessions is to develop top equine dressage talent in the United States for a future career at International competition on U.S. Teams.”

Deborah, along with her young horses will return to The Netherlands this summer to again compete on the International Young Horse Circuit.

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