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Some facts about the FEI World Breeding Jumping Championships for Young Horses

Thursday, 19 September 2013

Horses and riders from 39 countries will take part in the FEI World Breeding Jumping Championships for Young Horses in Lanaken, Belgium this weekend. The championship is only open for horses that are registered in a studbook which is member of the WBFSH. All the horses are nominated by the riders' federations after a quota made by the WBFSH. In addition the organizing committee is allowed to hand out wildcards.

The young horses will compete in two qualifications. The 30 horses with the best results in each age group are qualified for the finals on Sunday. To participate in the Sires of the World the stallion needs to be approved, and 8 years or older. The stallions have a warm-up class on Friday and then the Championship on Saturday.

Click here to read more about the FEI Breeding Jumping Championships for Young Horses.

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