Great start for the FEI World Dressage Championship

The FEI World Dressage Championships are off to a great start in Herning

Despite the indecisive weather, the FEI World Dressage Grand Prix Championship is off to a great start this Saturday at the big Stutteri Ask arena in Herning. 46 riders are set to ride in today’s first half of the team competition, the remaining 47 will be ready for action tomorrow at 11 o’clock.

The first rider in the ring today for the danish team Nanna Merrald Rasmussen and Blue Hors Zack scored a personal best of 76.724% and thereby put Denmark in the lead of the team competition.

Nanna Merrald Rasmussen and Blue Hors Zack

Closely followed by Germany, where Ingrid Klimke and Franziskus showed great form and scored 75,683%.

Read more about the riders in Riders NOTEBOOK World Championships special edition magazine

See the full results list here

Watch the live stream from Stutteri Ask Stadium here