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Equestrian FEI Eventing & Driving World Championships 2022

 

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Both Canada and the USA have announced their teams today.


World Championships allow teams of 4 + 1 other individual. The individual rider for both nations is still TBD, as it will be the case with most selections.

 

:CAN Canada

  • Hawley Bennett-Awad and Jollybo – eighteen-year-old British-bred Sport Horse mare (Jumbo x Polly Coldunnell, by Danzig Connection), owned by the Jolly Syndicate LLC and the rider.
  • Holly Jacks-Smither and Candy King – twelve-year-old British-bred Sport Horse gelding (Grafenstolz x Eye Candy, by Moothyeb), owned by the Candy King Eventing Limited Partnership.
  • Colleen Loach and Vermont – ten-year-old Hanoverian gelding (Van Helsing x Hauptstutbuch Hollywood, by Heraldik), owned by Peter Barry.
  • Karl Slezak and Fernhill Wishes – thirteen-year-old Irish Sport Horse gelding (Chacoa x KEC Galway Bay, by Gildawn Diamond), owned by Kirk Hoppner and the rider.
  • Mike Winter and El Mundo – thirteen-year-old KWPN gelding (Numero Uno x Calvaro’s Bria Z, by Calvaro F.C.), owned by Jonathan Nelson, Emma Winter and the rider.

 

:USA United States

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9 hours ago, dcro said:

Both Canada and the USA have announced their teams today.


World Championships allow teams of 4 + 1 other individual. The individual rider for both nations is still TBD, as it will be the case with most selections.

 

:CAN Canada

  • Hawley Bennett-Awad and Jollybo – eighteen-year-old British-bred Sport Horse mare (Jumbo x Polly Coldunnell, by Danzig Connection), owned by the Jolly Syndicate LLC and the rider.
  • Holly Jacks-Smither and Candy King – twelve-year-old British-bred Sport Horse gelding (Grafenstolz x Eye Candy, by Moothyeb), owned by the Candy King Eventing Limited Partnership.
  • Colleen Loach and Vermont – ten-year-old Hanoverian gelding (Van Helsing x Hauptstutbuch Hollywood, by Heraldik), owned by Peter Barry.
  • Karl Slezak and Fernhill Wishes – thirteen-year-old Irish Sport Horse gelding (Chacoa x KEC Galway Bay, by Gildawn Diamond), owned by Kirk Hoppner and the rider.
  • Mike Winter and El Mundo – thirteen-year-old KWPN gelding (Numero Uno x Calvaro’s Bria Z, by Calvaro F.C.), owned by Jonathan Nelson, Emma Winter and the rider.

 

:USA United States

Is there an entry list?

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5 hours ago, Laraja said:

Favorites for Olympic quotas?

Top 7 (excluding France) will qualify.

 

Let's say :GBR:GER:AUS:JPN:USA:SUI:NZL are the frontrunners.

 

But anything can happen in eventing, so :IRL:ITA:SWE have a definite chance too. Even :BEL:CAN qualifying would not be hugely surprising.

 

No real chance - :AUT:BRA:ESP:POL. Austria is actually fairly solid, but with just three riders their chance will be minimal.

 

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1 hour ago, JoshMartini007 said:

Hopefully at least one of :AUS :JPN :NZL fails to qualify or else the competition for F/G qualifier will be very low again. Maybe :IND will pull it off this time.

Yeah, I think India is aiming for exactly that. The team qualification.

 

Much like China started investing after their standout individual result in Rio, India is now doing the same. Several domestic riders have popped up in Europe after Tokyo, slowly climbing through the levels.

 

However, their chances of qualification will mostly depend on how many Group G teams qualify next month.

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