Full sisters quinella 5yo final at World Champs

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Reserve World Champion Fiontina, left, with Andreas Helgstrand, and World Champion Five-Year-Old Fiontini, with  Severo Jesus Jurado Lopez.
Reserve World Champion Fiontina, left, with Andreas Helgstrand, and World Champion Five-Year-Old Fiontini, with Severo Jesus Jurado Lopez. © WBFSH/Ridehesten.com

Five-year-old full sisters Fiontini and Fiontina pulled off a unique double at the World Championship for Young Dressage Horses at Verden at the weekend, taking out the top two places in their age class.

Fiontini and Severo Jesus Jurado Lopez.
Fiontini and Severo Jesus Jurado Lopez. © Karl-Heinz Frieler

The Danish Warmlood pair, ridden by Spain’s Severo Jesus Jurado Lopez and Denmark’s Andreas Helgstrand respectively, have the same parents (Fassbinder / Blue Hors Romanov), but were born by embryo transfer and carried by surrogate mares. They were born two and a half months apart.

The bay Fiontini, who had earlier won the qualifying competition, took the title with a final score of 9.18. The chestnut Fiontina, who was eighth in the qualifier, improved to finish just a whisker behind on 9.02.

The bronze medal went to the hanoverian stallion Quantensprung (Quando-Quando / Donnerhall) who achieved 9.1 for trot and a total of 8.96 with German rider Vera Nass.

Fiontini and Fiontinawere bred in Denmark by Hanne Lund and Henrik Hansen. And in a masterful move for Danish breeding, Fiontini already has a foal by Sezuan, the Danish-bred six-year-old winner at Verden. The foal is named Souvenir.

When Fiontini and Fiontina competed at the Blue Hors Championships for Young Dressage Horses at the Danish Stallion Licensing in March, they impressed Olympic champion Charlotte Dujardin, who was the test rider.

“I honoured both mares with the highest score of 10, however, I would have preferred to award even higher marks such as 11 or 12 for their rideability – they are simply incredible. Fantastic horses.”

Fiontini and Severo Jesus Jurado Lopez.
Fiontini and Severo Jesus Jurado Lopez. © Karl-Heinz Frieler

Results 

3 CH-M-D-YH Dressage – International Final 5-year-old WCh-Horses, Preis der Kreissparkasse Verden:
1.Severo Jesus Jurado Lopez (ESP), Fiontini, 9.2; 2. Andreas Helgstrand (DEN), Fiontina, 9.0; 3. Vera Nass (GER), Quantensprung 3, 9.0; 4. Claudia Rüscher (GER), Florina 146, 8.8; 5. Kirsten Brouwer (NED), Five Star 2, 8.7; 6. Marieke van der Putten (NED), Four Legends, 8.6;

5 CH-M-D-YH Dressage – International Small Final 6-year-old WCh-Horses, Preis der Firma Kingsland BV, Norwegen:
1. Yvonne Österholm (FIN), Quarton, 8.5; 2. Anna Svanberg (SWE), Revolution, 8.4; 3. Lisa Lindner (GER), Quotenkönig 2, 8.1; 4. Anna Wendt von (FIN), Schubert, 7.9; 5. Ulrike Prunthaller (AUT), Bartlgut’s Quantum, 7.8; 5. Ferdinand Fisch (GER), Marburg’s Zardetto, 7.8;

9 CDI*** FEI Grand Prix – International, Preis der Firma Jerich International, Austria:1. Hubertus Schmidt (GER), Imperio 3, 77.300%; 2. Severo Jesus Jurado Lopez (ESP), NOHS Daijoubo, 70.880%; 3. Claudio Castilla Ruiz (ESP), Alcaide, 70.800%; 4. Catherine Haddad-Staller (USA), Mane Stream Hotmail 2, 70.700%; 5. Nadine Husenbeth (GER), Florida 94, 70.160%; 6. Jan-Dirk Gießelmann (GER), Real Dancer 2, 70.060%;

32 Qualifikation zum Nürnberger Burgpokal 2015 Dressurprüfung Kl. S* – St. Georg Special, Preis der Nürnberger Versicherungsgruppe, Nürnberg:
1 Abteilung: 1. Ann-Christin Wienkamp (Mesum), Royal Ascot 3, 75.488%; 2. Susan Pape (Grossbritannien), Harmony’s Don Noblesse, 73.439%; 3. Kira Wulferding (Holzhausen), Benaglio, 71.098%; 4. Holga Finken (Potsdam), Simply Red 45, 69.415%; 5. Sandra Nuxoll (Österreich), Stand by me 11, 68.805%; 5. Isabel Bache (Norwegen), Sam’s Ass, 68.805%;

2 Abteilung: 1. Jasmine Sanche-Burger (Schweiz), Baron 321, 74.610%; 2. Leonie Richter (Bad Essen), Babylon 26, 71.171%; 3. Therese Nilshagen (Schweden), Sean Connery 5, 70.415%; 4. Matthias Klatt (Hahausen), Riekus 3, 69.049%; 5. Johanna von Fircks (Bad Zwischenahn), Feodor Nymphenburg, 68.805%;

33 Piaff-Förderpreis – Vorbereitungsprüfung Dressurprüfung Kl.S***, Preis der Liselott Schindling Stiftung:1. Juliette Piotrowski (Kerpen), Sir Diamond, 72.632%; 2. Svenja Peper (Harsewinkel), Disneyworld, 71.842%; 3. Sophie Holkenbrink (Albachten), Rock Forever NRW, 69.447%; 4. Annabel Frenzen (Krefeld), Cristobal 14, 69.000%; 5. Sarah Erlbeck (), Amichelli 3, 67.026%; 6. Florine Kienbaum (GER), Doktor Schiwago 3, 66.974%;

17 Int. Zeitspringprüfung (1.40 m) CSI2*, Herrmann Dittmers Gedächtnis-Preis, Verden:1. Hendrik Sosath (GER), Lady Lordana, 54.99; 2. Philip Rüping (GER), Sadesso, 56.97; 3. Michael Kölz (GER), Diablesse HI, 57.13; 4. Hergen Forkert (GER), Con Color, 58.67; 5. Hendrik Sosath (GER), Cador 5, 59.04; 6. Esther Forkert (GER), Miss Cortina, 59.13;

20 Int. Zwei Phasen-Springprüfung (1.40 m) CSIYH1* – Finale Youngster Tour, Preis der ShoppingWelt Dodenhof, Posthausen:1. Gerd Sosath (GER), Cadora, 0.00/24.80; 2. Angelos Touloupis (GRE), Canani S, 0.00/25.53; 3. Markus Brinkmann (GER), Pikeur Dylon, 0.00/27.82; 4. Eva Bitter (GER), Such is Life, 0.00/27.84; 5. Gilbert Böckmann (GER), Lady Lamour 2, 0.00/31.70; 6. Jan-Phillipp Weichert (GER), Cool Blue Diamond, 4.00/25.90;

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