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Brazilian Sport Horse success rate improving exponentially

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Don Enrico AMM and Mauro Pereira JuniorClara Pessina

By Roberta Milani / ABCCH (translation by Caroline Padilla)
Photography: ABCCH archive, Soraya Exquis, Maria Clara Pessina

During the first semester of 2022, some 53 Brazilian Sport Horses validated themselves in FEI competitions out of 600 entered in FEI-level events in all three Olympic disciplines: showjumping, dressage, and eventing.

The International Equestrian Federation’s database includes over 272,000 horses, with 60,000 new animals being registered annually by the various National Federations. Currently 44 showjumping horses, three dressage, and six eventing horses represent the ABBCH (Brazilian Sport Horse Breeders’ Association).

Interesting facts from the disciplines

Eventing’s youngest product, the seven-year-old Angico do Rincao (HFB Codex One x Adel Silver Joter), was born in Coudelaria do Rincão and is the property of the Army Ministry (Ministério do Exército). His international debut took place at CCI1* in Tramandai, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil, where he was ridden by Mcclelland Mozart Diniz Soares. All the other eventing horses range in age between 13 and 17. The 17-year-old mare CDC Super Star (Baloubet du Rouet x Faristan), raised in Haras Cedro da Colina, stands out in her international participations under the saddle of Brazilian rider Andre Parro. The pair has been registered with FEI as one-star level since 2013, but has also performed in at several CCI3*-L, CCI3*-S, and CCI2* competitions.

Zilouet Mystic Rose (Balou Du Rouet x Chin Chin) with Juan Bolanos

Three geldings aged 10, 13, and 17 are dressage representatives: Italy AMM (Sir Donnerhall x Björsell’s Briar), Comanche AMM (Flemmingh x Björsell’s Briar) and Don Enrico AMM (Toy Boy x Quito de Baussy). All three horses were raised by Haras Cachoeira, owned by Anna Maria Capella Mategazza. Don Enrico AMM, the most seasoned among them, has taken part in 27 international CDI competitions at one-, two-, and three-star level, including a special qualifier for the Pan-Am Games in Argentina in 2018... To read the complete article you need to be a subscriber

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