Half-American Saddlebred Breaks 80% Level at Dressage at Devon
Published Date: Oct 06, 2017
Half-American Saddlebred Denmark’s DeClaire scored a remarkable 80.15% in the KWPN (Dutch Warmblood) breed class, 78.2% in Maiden Mares, and 76.65% to win the American Saddlebred breed class at Dressage at Devon.
Breed classes are in-hand dressage prospect classes, judged 60% on movement, 30% on conformation and 10% on general impression. The 2017 ASB breed class at Dressage at Devon was sponsored by VERSA, the American Saddlebred Versatility Association. It is open to pure- and half-bred horses registered with the American Saddlebred Registry.
Dressage at Devon is the premier North American dressage event and showcases world-class dressage competition and the world's largest open breed show.
Bred and owned by Susan Vine of South Carolina, DeClaire is co-owned, trained and ridden by Dilara Drukker of Rhode Island. Her dam, ASB Denmark's Ruby Red, was bred by Susan's father Everett Vine in Ohio.
For more information about registering Half-American Saddlebreds and American Saddlebred Sport Horse Programs, please visit the American Saddlebred Horse Association website.