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BH horses showcase their Brazilian team talents

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Brazil celebrates a moment of glory, proud of the exceptional performance of its BH horses and eager for more exciting achievements in the future

By Roberta Milani / ABCCH (translated by Caroline Padilla)
Photography: Giana Terranova, Natalie Suto, Sportfot, riders’ archives

Brazilian Sport Horses recently demonstrated their exceptional skill and talents as members of their country’s national team at the CSIO4* Nations Cup during week eight of the Winter Equestrian Festival (WEF) in Wellington, FL.

Their results highlights the strength, hard work, and dedication of Brazilian breeders who are reaching great heights with their products.
Ten nations brought teams to compete in the WEF CSIO4* Nations Cup, with a prize fund of $150,000, presented by Florida Coast Equipment. It was one of the most anticipated classes of week eight of the Winter Equestrian Festival, which saw a strong Irish team celebrate victory overall for the fifth time in the event’s 23-year history. The team included Darragh Kenny, David O'Brien, Cian O'Connor, and Shane Sweetnam, led by team manager Michael Blake.

Brazil’s Luciana Lossio jumping to victory in her 5* Grand Prix debut riding Lady Louise JMen (Landário Jmen x Calisco Jmen)

Teams from Australia, Brazil, Canada, Colombia, Great Britain, Ireland, Israel, Mexico, New Zealand, and the United States competed in the opening round of the Nations Cup, with the top eight teams returning under the Saturday- Night-Lights spotlight. New Zealand and Mexico failed to advance.
Heading into the second round, the Irish were the only team with a zero score after three faultless performances. However, we should spotlight the call-up made by the Brazilian Equestrian Confederation (CBH), with three of the four team members riding horses bred in Brazil... To read the complete article you need to be a subscriber
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