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Trotting meets jumping as Douglas Lindelöw kicks off new partnership with Olympic ambitions

Wednesday, 26 July 2017
Sport

Douglas Lindelöw, Propulsion and Daniel Reden. Showjumper Douglas Lindelöw together with harness racers Propulsion and Daniel Reden.

Swedish rider Douglas Lindelöw brings two different parts of equestrian sports together as he kicks off a new partnership with Olympic ambitions. Together with Stall Zet, one of Sweden's most successful harness racing stables, Lindelöw aims towards the 2020 Olympic Games in Rio through their 8-year-old prospect Jezebel (Toulon x Artos Z) that already has proved herself internationally at 1.45m level. 

Joining forces, Stall Zet's Daniel Redén and Douglas Lindelöw believe that they will benefit of each other's knowledge and opportunity to exchange their ideas about training and competing at the highest level of their respective sports. "This collaboration can give a lot back to each of our equestrian sports, as they actually have a lot in common," states Redén in a press release. "We will be able to exchange knowledge between both sports."

"I am very happy about this new co-operation, and I am really excited to work with Jezebel and Stall Z towards the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo," says Lindelöw. 

 


Source: Press release 

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