The prestigious Longines FEI/WBSFH World Breeding Dressage Championships for Young Horses will be held at the National Equestrian Centre in Ermelo, The Netherlands. For four days, sport and breeding come together. Since 1999 Talented Young Dressage Horses representing many nations take the center stage of equestrian sport.

 

 

In exactly 100 days, the Longines FEI/WBFSH World Breeding Dressage Championships for Young Horses starts at the National Equestrian Centre in Ermelo. Following the phenomenal success in 2016, the organization looks forward to the second edition starting Thursday August 3rd 2017 Read More
Ever wonder what it is like to be an American at the World Championships of Young Dressage Horses? Check out this article form the Hannoveraner Verband about Endel Ots and David Wightman's journey to Ermelo. Read More
Eye-catcher Fiontini was presented in a fantastic manner by her rider Severo Jesus Jurado Lopez. The pair was the audience’s ultimate favourite. After her performance the applause kept on going, signalling how much the audience had enjoyed this marvellous talent for the future. Read More
He was already a two-fold world champion, and the Danish Warmblood-stallion again proved to be invincible in the first Longines World Breeding Dressage Championships for seven-year-old horses. Read More
The Freestyle to Music for stallions of eight years and older was, just like the Prix St. George on Thursday, won by the Vivaldi - stallion Vitalis. Presented by the Norwegian rider Isabel Freese, he moved to the winning score of 74.542%. Read More
Sunday the 31st of July the world championships’ finales of the six- and seven-year-old dressage horses take place. These finals can be watched Live and free of charge via www.youtube.com/user/feichannel. Read More
The chairman of the judges Francis Verbeek called Victoria's Secret "A real superstar" after the mare claimed the top prize of World Champion for the 5-year-olds to thundering applause! Read More
This afternoon Vitalis convincingly won the Stallions of the Year Prix St. George class with his Norwegian rider Isabel Freese (74.298%). The chestnut stallion, sire of Victoria’s Secret, the talented winner of the qualifications for the five-year-olds yesterday, showed where the mare got her... Read More
To make it a complete final of 15 three more 5-year-old finalists have qualified through the consolation final today at the FEI/WBFSH Young Horse Championships! Read More
Twofold world champion Sezuan succeeded to impress the judges that granted him the ultimate grade for his perspective as a dressage horse at the Longines FEI/WBFSH World Breeding Dressage Championships for Young Horses! Read More

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