By Roberta Milani / ABCCH (English version: Caroline Padilla)
Photography: ABCCH – Leo/Tupa
The XVI Brazilian Sport Horse National Festival took place from November 4-14, 2021, at the Clube Hípico de Santo Amaro, São Paulo, Brazil. Central to one of the world’s most densely populated cities, the parkland that houses the Clube Hipico provides a bucolic oasis.
This edition of the Festival included some 115 BH products competing in one of the many categories: jumping and jressage national exhibit, competition mares, jumping and dressage stallion approval, and free jumping competition.
Sebastian Rohde, from Germany, Henry Brugier, from France, and Neimar Vanderlei Roncati, from Brazil, were the three renowned judges responsible for all the assessments, that took place in the main sand arena.
A total of 27 mares took part in their own competition class when Tiffanory do Cach (Henessy x Florencio I), bred by Haras Cachoeirinha, was crowned champion in the dressage discipline.
The 2021 Jumping Grand Champion was Tangerine DC (Tangelo van de Zuuthoeve x Indoctro), bred by Haras DC, while the Grand Champion Reserve title went to Casta Diva Jmen (Cornet Phaeton Jmen x Clarimo), from Haras Agromen.
In the class for males, 25 products between the ages of six months and 40 months competed, with the 2021 Grand Champion’s title in jumping going to Brazilian Sport Horse Cornet’s Best Jmen (Cornet Obolensky x Sandro Boy), born on October 5, 2018 at Haras Agromen. The Grand Champion Reserve, Cailash Jmen I (Cornet Obolensky x Bolero Jmen), also bred by Haras Agromen, was born just over one year later, on November 2, 2019.
In the dressage discipline, the Brazilian Sport Horse title was awarded to Famoso do Rincão (Wonderland x Florencio), born December 29, 2020 at Coudelaria do Rincão... To read the complete article you need to be a subscriber
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