Bermuda riders at top of their game
Bermuda’s riders have secured first place in the Fédération Équestre Internationale Regional Zone Ten Division.
In the FEI JWC overall ranking team category, the Bermuda team of Philip Correia, Courtney Bromby and Cody Rego placed sixth place out of 28 competing teams from around the world.
Equally impressive are the results that Bermuda’s show jumpers secured in the FEI JWC overall individual world ranking categories.
In category A (1.20 metres to 1.30 metres), Correia ranked eleventh out of 228 competitors, while in the Category B (1.10-1.20) Courtney Bromby riding Worth the Wait ranked thirteenth out of a field of 213 competitors.
Meanwhile, Cody Rego riding Casanova ranked eighth out of 215 competitors in the Category C division (1.00-1.10).
As result of Correia securing the top place in the Category A Regional Zone Ten Division, Bermuda is eligible to be represented at the FEI World Jumping Finals this year. The location is yet to be confirmed.
Only the top two placing Category A winners from the ten competing regions are invited to compete in the finals.
The FEI Jumping World Challenge provides an opportunity for riders to compete in an international competition without to need to travel overseas.
Rather, riders compete over the identical jumping course designed by a FEI appointed course designer.
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