Thursday Video: Relive Le Lion Show Jumping

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Thursday Video: Relive Le Lion Show Jumping

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Avery Klunick and Pisco Sour represent the U.S. in the 7 y/o Championship. Photo by Tilly Berendt. 

The 2021 FEI WBFSH Eventing World Breeding Championship for Young Horses is still fresh in our minds even as we shift our focus to Le Lion to Pau. Now we can relive the final phase in its entirety thanks to watch-on-demand live stream videos.

To rewind, Germany’s Anna Lena Schaaf piloted her own Lagona 4 to become the Six-Year-Old World Champion, leading throughout the competition in her Le Lion debut. On Sunday she had no budge room to spare but pulled out a penalty-free round, allowing them to finish on their dressage score of 25.8 and secure the title.

In the Seven-Year-Old Championship, Australia’s Kevin McNab delivered a foot-perfect clear round to take a pillar to post victory with Scuderia 1918’s Holsteiner mare Cute Girl.

You can access all of EN’s live coverage from Le Lion here, and view final scores here.