Quebec/Alberta Team Rides to Gold in USDF North American Young Rider Dressage Team Championship at the Adequan®/FEI North American Youth Championships

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North Salem, NY – The Quebec/Alberta dressage team swept into the United States Dressage Federation (USDF) North American Young Rider Dressage Team Championship gold medal at the Adequan®/FEI North American Youth Championships (NAYC) presented by Gotham North at Old Salem Farm in North Salem, N.Y. The three-rider team claimed gold with a combined score of 210.145 ahead of the Region 4/7 combined team (202.646) and the Region 1 team (202.087) on the opening day of NAYC on Wednesday, August 1.

“It’s very special for us,” said Camille Carier Bergeron, 18, who as the final rider to go for the team clinched the gold for the Quebec/Alberta team with her score of 70.35% riding Baldacci, the 12-year-old KWPN gelding she owns with Gilles Bergeron. “We’ve been on the same team many times and we have a fantastic relationship.” Her teammates Rakeya Moussa of Edmonton, Alberta, who rode Davidoff v.h. Trichelhof, Susan and Mohammed Moussa’s 10-year-old gelding of unknown breeding, to a score of 71.32%, and Beatrice Boucher of Saint Dominique, Quebec, who rode Delfiano, Gilles Bergeron’s 15-year-old gelding of unknown breeding, to a score of 68.47%, joined Bergeron on the podium to collect their gold medals. Click here to read more.
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Final Results: FEI North American Young Riders Team Championship

1.Quebec/Alberta
2.Region 4/7
3.Region 1 ️

FULL RESULTS

Horse Inspections Initiate the North American Youth Show Jumping Championships presented by USHJA

North Salem, N.Y. – The North American Youth Show Jumping Championships, part of the Adequan®/FEI North American Youth Championships (NAYC) presented by Gotham North began on Wednesday, August 1 with the horse inspections. A total of 87 athletes and their equine partners across the children’s, junior, and young rider divisions presented their horses to the ground jury successfully. Competition begins on Thursday, August 2, with each division’s USHJA North American Show Jumping Individual Qualifying Competition, which determine their eligibility for their division’s USHJA North American Show Jumping Individual Championship on Sunday. On Friday, each division will compete in the USHJA North American Show Jumping Team Championship. In a revised format from 2017, results from Thursday’s individual competition will count towards the team results.

View the NAYC schedule and results.
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