Sabine Schut-Kery and Sanceo Lead Off U.S. Dressage Team on First Day of FEI Grand Prix Competition in Tokyo

 

Tokyo, Japan – Sabine Schut-Kery (Napa, Calif.) and Sanceo, a 15-year-old Hanoverian stallion owned by Alice Womble, were the first U.S. combination to ride down the centerline at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 at Equestrian Park, completing their FEI Grand Prix Test as part of Group C on the first day of competition. Schut-Kery and Sanceo received a 78.416 percent from the ground jury, a personal best in FEI competition, placing the U.S. in a strong position looking ahead to the second day of competition. Fourteen teams are vying to finish in the top eight at the conclusion of tomorrow’s competition in order to qualify for the FEI Grand Prix Special for Team Medals on Tuesday, July 27.
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U.S. Dressage Team Ride Times & Results – FEI Grand Prix 

Sunday, July 25

6:21 p.m. JST / 5:21 a.m. EDT – Adrienne Lyle & Salvino
9:42 p.m. JST / 8:43 a.m. EDT – Steffen Peters & Suppenkasper
RIDE TIMES
RESULTS

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