Jumper enthusiasts could indulge in World Cup Final Jumping in Omaha. The world’s top riders were present in the United States to take on the challenge in the form of delicate, but fair courses designed by the Portuguese Bernardo Costa Cabral. The KWPN-recognized Vancouver e Lanlore obtained a solid result every leg and was dealt the best hand at the start of the final. The result was a sixth place.
The American crowd was ecstatic. All riders were rewarded with a big round of applause, even before their freestyle to music had begun. The audience went wild when their favourite entered the arena: the KWPN gelding Suppenkasper and his American rider Steffen Peters. In front of their home crowd, they broke their PR and placed fourth in the World Cup Final.
Photos: Dirk Caremans
Program FEI World Cup Finals 2023 Omaha (Nebraska, USA)
Tuesday, April 4
9.00 a.m. - Training day and getting used to the ring and accommodation
Wednesday, April 5
13.15 p.m. - Dressage Grand Prix
21.15 p.m. - Jumping first part jumping final
Thursday April 6
19.15 p.m. - Jumping second part jumping final
Friday, April 7
18.15 p.m. - Dressage Freestyle to Music
Saturday, April 8
18.15 pm - Jumping Final
(Mentioned times are the local times, in the Netherlands it is 7 hours later)
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