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Dr. Cesar Parra Ranked 2nd In Two Divisions Heads to U.S. Dressage Championships Once More

Tuesday, August 18, 2020
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DR. CESAR PARRA   |   US DRESSAGE FINALS

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Olympic dressage rider Dr. Cesar Parra is heading towards the 2020 USEF National Young and Developing Dressage Horse Championships in Wayne, IL, as the number #2 ranked rider on two horses, Don Cesar and Sir Beckmann with the support of Eduardo Trujillo, a fellow Colombian from Cesar’s hometown.

Photo - Cesar Parra and Don Cesar at the 2017 World Young Horse Championships in Ermelo, The Netherlands (© Astrid Appels)

Since 2010 the Whitehouse Station, NJ based Parra has been qualifying a string of young stars for these U.S. Developing Prix St Georges and Grand Prix Horse Championships. This year’s Championships take place at Lamplight Equestrian Center on 18 - 23 August 2020.

Don Cesar, from Young Horse Medalist to Developing Grand Prix
One of Cesar Parra's most reliable and successful horses in the past decade, is the 10-year old Westfalian gelding Don Cesar (by Desperados x Manhattan).

Don Cesar enjoyed an illustrious career coming up through the ranks of the young horse and developing horse program. He got the bronze medal as a 5-year-old and was Reserve Champion as a 6-year-old. He went on to represent the United States at the 2017 World Young Horse Championships in Ermelo, Netherlands as a 7-year-old. As an 8-year-old he was the reserve champion as a Developing Prix St. Georges Horse, successful in the small tour internationally in 2019 and this year he will appear in the Developing Grand Prix Horse division as the number 2 ranked horse in the U.S.A.

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