WELLINGTON THE MAGAZINE – November 2021

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That victory came thanks to impressive rides from Sabine Schut-Kery on Sanceo, Steffen Peters aboard Suppenkasper and Adrienne Lyle riding Salvino. Schut-Kery and Sanceo performed especially well, finishing in fifth place overall in the individual standings with a new personal best score of 84.300 percent. With the Olympics now in the rear view, duos will look toward the upcoming championships to challenge the globe’s best. “We are planning for an especially competitive and exciting winter season

of dressage at the Adequan Global Dressage Festival in 2022, considering the upcoming World Cup Finals and World Championships later in the year,” AGDF Director of Sport Thomas Baur said. “Now that the Olympics have concluded, we are also pleased to be able to host a number of Olympic teammates, especially those from the USA team, who earned a podium spot, to mark the first time the team has collected a team silver since the London Olympic Games in 1948.” In 2022, the AGDF will feature 10 weeks of competition, eight of which

will offer internationally rated classes. Week One, Week Five and Week Eight will include World Cup Qualifier classes, with competitors striving toward qualifications in the North American League for the FEI Dressage World Cup Final in Leipzig, Germany, immediately following the conclusion of the AGDF in April. Over the course of the 2022 AGDF, dressage pairs will be aiming to show off their talents in order to earn a spot on their nations’ respective teams for the World Championships in Herning, Denmark, in August 2022. Week Seven will serve as the highlight

“We are planning for an especially competitive and exciting winter season of dressage at the Adequan Global Dressage Festival in 2022, considering the upcoming World Cup Finals and World Championships later in the year.” AGDF DIRECTOR OF SPORT THOMAS BAUR

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