Individual dressage at the 2010 FEI World Equestrian Games

The individual dressage at the 2010 FEI World Equestrian Games in Lexington, Kentucky, United States of America was held at Kentucky Horse Park from September 25 to October 1, 2010.[1]

Dutch Edward Gal won the gold medal in the Grand Prix Special and Grand Prix Freestyle. Laura Bechtolsheimer representing Great Britain won a silver medal in the Grand Prix Special and Grand Prix Freestyle and the Steffen Peters won bronze in the Special and Freestyle as well, becoming the first American dressage rider made it on the individual podium at a World Championship.

Competition formatEdit

The team and individual dressage competitions used the same results. Dressage had three phases. The first phase was the Grand Prix. The top 30 individuals advanced to the second phase, the Grand Prix Special where the first individual medals were awarded. The Individual Grand Prix Freestyle was the third phase where the best 15 competed and the final individual medals were awarded.[2]

JudgesEdit

The Grand Prix, Grand Prix Special and Grand Prix Freestyle were assessed by a group of seven appointed judges, five judges each phase. The president of the ground jury was the Linda Zang from The United States of America. Her colleagues were Stephen Clarke from Great Britain, Cara Whitham from Canada, Evi Eisenhardt from Germany, Ghislain Fouarge from The Netherlands, Maribel Alonso de Quinzanos from Mexico and Mary Seefried from Australia. Wojtech Markowski from Poland was the Technical Delegate.[3]

ScheduleEdit

Event Date Starting Time Event Details
27 September 08:30 Team Grand Prix–1st Half
28 September 07:30 Team Grand Prix–2nd Half
29 September 10:00 Grand Prix Special–1st Half
14:30 Grand Prix Special–2nd Half
1 October 19:00 Grand Prix Freestyle

ResultsEdit

Rider Nation Horse GP score Rank GPS score Rank GPF score Rank
Edward Gal   Netherlands Totilas 84.043 1 Q 85.708   Q 91.800  
Laura Bechtolsheimer   Great Britain Misral Højris 82.511 2 Q 81.708   Q 85.350  
Steffen Peters   USA Ravel 78.596 3 Q 78.542   Q 84.900  
Isabell Werth   Germany Warum Nicht 75.404 4 Q 72.000 10 Q 80.000 6
Juan Manuel Munoz Diaz   Spain Fuego XII 73.957 5 Q 76.042 4 Q 81.450 5
Nathalie Zu Sayn-Wittgenstein   Denmark Digby 73.830 6 Q 72.875 7 Q 78.750 7
Imke Schellekens-Bartels   Netherlands Sunrise 73.447 7 Q 74.792 5 Q 82.100 4
Christoph Koschel   Germany Donnperignon 72.638 8 Q 73.292 6 Q 76.100 10
Matthias Alexander Rath   Germany Sterntaler-Unicef 72.553 9 Q 70.250 13
Hans-Peter Minderhoud   Netherlands Nadine 72.255 10 Q 68.333 22
Carl Hester   Great Britain Liebling II 72.128 10 Q 69.417 17
Ashley Holzer   Canada Pop-Art 70.383 12 Q 71.708 11 Q 76.550 8
Marcela Krinke-Susmelj   Switzerland Corinth 70.340 13 Q 70.417 12 Q 75.300 11
Fiona Bigwood   Great Britain Wie-Atlantico 70.128 14 Q 69.708 16 Q 73.400 12
Brett Parbery   Australia Victory Salute 70.085 15 Q 72.167 9 Q 76.350 9
Tina Konyot   USA Calecto V 69.915 16 Q 68.625 20
Katherine Bateson   USA Nartan 69.617 17 Q 68.875 19
Anne van Olst   Denmark Clearwater 69.532 18 Q 68.958 18
Michal Rapcewicz   Poland Randon 69.191 19 Q 69.875 15 Q 70.400 15
Sune Hansen   Denmark Gredstedgårds Casmir 69.106 20 Q 64.708 30
Belinda Trussell   Canada Anton 69.021 21 Q 67.208 25
Emma Kanerva   Finland Sini Spirit 68.851 22 Q 67.667 24
Rachael Sanna   Australia Jaybee Alabaster 68.809 23 Q 67.000 27
Hiroshi Hoketsu   Japan Whisper 68.681 24 Q 61.625 31
José Antonio García Mena   Spain Norte 68.638 25 Q 68.000 23
Maria Eilberg   Great Britain Two-Sox 68.213 26 Q 68.500 21
Katarzyna Milczarek   Poland Ekwador 68.085 27 Q 67.208 25
Minna Telde   Sweden Larina-Höm 68.000 28 Q 66.042 28
Lillann Jebsen   Norway Pro-Set 67.957 29 Q 65.583 29
Anabel Balkenhol   Germany Dablino 67.702 30 Q 72.625 8 Q 73.250 13
Peter Gmoser   Austria Cointreau 67.702 30 Q 70.167 14 Q 71.500 14
Jeroen Devroe   Belgium Apollo van het Vijverhof 67.532 32
Mafalda Galiza Mendes   Portugal D'Artagnan 67.489 33
Claudio Castilla Ruiz   Spain Jade de MV 67.319 34
Gonçalo Carvalho   Portugal Rubi 66.766 35
Victoria Winter   Canada Proton 66.681 36
Stefan van Ingelghem   Belgium Whitney van 't Genthof 66.638 37
Todd Flettrich   USA Otto 66.553 38
Susan de Klein   Netherlands Antilles Prins 66.511 39
Elisabeth Eversfield-Koch   Switzerland The Lion King B 66.340 40
Oded Shimodi   Israel Granada 66.298 41
Patrik Kittel   Sweden Scandic 66.255 42
Claudia Fassaert   Belgium Donnerfee 66.255 42
Tinne Vilhelmson Silfven   Sweden Favourit 66.000 44
Pierluigi Sangiorgi   Italy Flourian 65.830 45
Lyndal Oatley   Australia Potifar 65.574 46
Anne Troensegaard   Denmark Seduc 65.447 47
Bonny Bonello   Canada Pikardi 65.447 47
Daniel Pinto   Portugal Galopin de la Font 65.319 49
Philippe Jorissen   Belgium Le Beau 64.809 50
Cathrine Rasmussen   Norway Orlando III 64.468 51
Susanna Bordone   Italy Dark Surprise 64.340 52
Camilla Kalseth   Norway Carte O'Dor 64.170 53
Yuko Kitai   Japan Fairytale 64.000 54
Luiza de Almeida   Brazil Samba 63.574 55
Marcelo Alexandre   Brazil Signo dos Pinhais 63.234 56
Rafael Ortiz   Spain G Nidium 63.021 57
Rogerio Clementino   Brazil Portugal 61.872 58
Mieko Yagi   Japan Dow Jones 61.319 59
Gaston Chelius   Luxembourg Flamenco R 61.149 60
Judy Reynolds   Ireland Remember 61.021 61
Hiroyuki Kitahara   Japan Why Me 58.170 62
Marco Bernal   Colombia Halbgott 57.362 63
Hayley Beresford   Australia Relâmpago do Retiro EL 64
Adelinde Cornelissen   Netherlands Parzival EL 64
Ellen Birgitte Farbrot   Norway CC Royal DNS 65


ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY (USA)". www.fei.org.
  2. ^ "World Equestrian Games are highlight of momentous year". NJ.com.
  3. ^ "Zang to Replace Gribbons as President of 2010 WEG Ground Jury". Eurodressage.