Chase Hickok's successful whirlwind competition trip in Europe ended in distress with her Grand Prix horse Sagacious HF testing positive to glanders in quarantine. With legal help, owner Al Guden called for a retesting which turned out negative.
Hickok and the 18-year old Dutch warmblood Sagacious HF (by Welt Hit II x Cocktail) competed at the CDI's in Falsterbo and Hickstead in July. The pair placed fourth in Falsterbo in the Grand Prix and second in the freestyle. In Hicksread they were second in the Grand and third in the Special, each time with scores just over 70%.
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