The first two weeks of the Sunshine Tour have gone by and a lot has happened!
The event started on February 9th with a rather quiet and cloudy morning. As the weekend came closer, the weather cleared, and the excitement started to build up.
But with the second week, the name of INDIBA started to create a bit of a buzz. This led to a nice interview by the organization to Tania Jasny, Training and International Sales Manager for INDIBA Animal Health, were the effects of INDIBA on performing horses were highlighted.
You can watch the interview here:
INDIBA Small Grand Prix Trophy
The second great moment of the second week was the INDIBA Small Grand Prix, which was held on Saturday 20th at the Milton Arena and with 81 fabulous entries representing 20 different countries.
Of the 81 combinations, 16 entered an exciting jump off. The winner of the prix was the German rider, David Will, with his horse Forest Gump 29, a 15yr old Oldenberg gelding, barely 0.58s under the world number one ranked rider, Stever Guerdat (Switzerland) with his mare Uranie de Belcour. The third place was taken by the Egyptian rider Mouda Zedaya who was very hot on the two leaders’ heels, with the chestnut gelding Galanthos SHK.
The awarding ceremony was done by the organizing committee and the INDIBA Small Grand Prix winners were awarded with a special treatment voucher to enjoy 3 free sessions of INDIBA on their horses. A very special moment during the ceremony was the trophies hand over to the winners by Tania Jasny.
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If you are visiting the Sunshine Tour, you can find us in the commercial village area, at the COVETSOL tent.
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