Dressage – Daniel Bachmann Anderson’s Grand Prix horse Zippo MI (by Blue Horse Sock) sold to Great Britain Eurotrssage Published yesterday. The DWB gelding’s new owner is multi-British Championship participant Emma Hindle.
Published yesterday (11/11). Eurotrssage Zippo MI, given a five-star status by his previous rider Daniel Bachmann Andersen (DEN), has a new owner: the DWB gelding (DWB gelding) sold after the Blue Horse Sock was sent to Great Britain by multi-Olympian Emma Hindle (GBR). Competing in several championships for his home country in the 2000s, the Brit has been successful in recent years up to Grand Prix level with two of his horses, Diesel, a 15-year-old KWPN gelding, and Romy Del Sol, a Romanov daughter. On the way.
Zippo MI’s new owner is passionate about Eurodressage: “I found my love in riding again. You get older and wiser and you learn that life is short. We have to remember to take care of ourselves. I have a dream and I will continue to pursue it and enjoy the rides. Zippo is the horse I want in my life. , who I want to share this journey with, wherever it takes us.
History of Zippo MI
The Blue Horse Zach son was born in 2012 and was owned by Vivi and Christian Wang Lauritsen before being sold. The DWB gelding made his international dressage debut in Aalborg, Denmark in 2022, where he promptly scored 70 percent under his previous rider, Daniel Bachmann Andersen. This was followed by victories and five-star status. Zippo Mi’s last international appearance was at CDIO4* in Falsterbo, where he finished third in the Grand Prix and second in the Special.
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