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• 2018-11-26 •

Paris 2018: gold EQUATOR, platinum EMANDORIA

After two years in reserve, EQUATOR finally crowned as the World Senior Champion Stallion. Queen EMANDORIA says final goodbye to show arenas, claiming the supreme World Platinum.

 

YEARLING FILLIES

Michałów’s EL BELISSIMA (Ascot DD – Ekliptyka/Ekstern) finished close to the Top 5, scoring good 91,17 points, while Janów’s ENCARINA (Ascot DD – Eneria/QR Marc) scored 90,25.

 

JUNIOR MARES

Our best representative – Michałów’s EMANOLLA (Vitorio TO – Emandoria/Gazal Al Shaqab), was placed 4th in her class, which gave her the championship qualification and ultimately World Top 10 title. Janów’s PREGOLA (Vitorio TO – Perespa/Enzo) finiished 6th.

 

SENIOR MARES

We had two championship qualifiers: ALSA (Kahil Al Shaqab – Alameda/Wachlarz), bred and owned by Janów Podlaski State Stud, and recent European Champion WILDONA (Shanghai EA – Wilda/Gazal Al Shaqab) from Michałów State Stud. Both mares claimed World Top 10 titles. Janów’s POTENTILLA (Ekstern – Panonia/Eukaliptus) was awarded a prize for best movement, with impressibe 5x20 in the class.

A climax moment of the Senior Mares Championship was the last farewell performance of EMANDORIA (Gazal Al Shaqab – Emanda/Ecaho), shown by her lifelong handler Mariusz Liśkiewicz. The queen, after 13 years of splendid show career, says final goodbye to the arenas, claiming Platinum World Champion Title.

 

YEARLING COLTS

Our only contender, Białka’s PARILLUS (Ascot DD – Parilla/Enzo), has again met the bad luck, losing the Top 5 only by the type score

 

SENIOR STALLIONS

It was a good night for Team EQUATOR  (QR Marc – Ekliptyka/Ekstern). After convincing class win and the highest score of the show (93,67) he qualified to the championship as an audience’s favorite, followed by fellow ATIUS O (Shahim Al Nakeeb – Atia Oone/Johann El Jamaal) owned by Mr Czesław Gołaszewski, who claimed marvelous 2nd place in Section A, ultimately finishing the championships in the World Top 5.

In spite of his class winning, EQUATOR wasn’t exactly a sure bet for the champion title. Fortunately, his splendid final performance convinced 5 out of 7 judges, which led him to the World Senior Champion Stallion title.

 

 


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