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US Silver Team Medals
Jerez 2002 World Equestrian Games
Bronze at Sydney, Silver at Jerez, Going for Gold!
From Left to Right: Sue Blinks, Lisa
Wilcox, Guenter Seidel,
and Debbie McDonald looking down at her medal
||US Best Placing at World
Equestrian Games, Jerez 2002. US won Silver Team Medals with
||Debbie McDonald &
||Lisa Wilcox &
||Sue Blinks & Flim
||Guenter Seidel &
||Beginning with the US team
marching in the Opening Ceremony -- see if you can spot our team
members and team coach Klaus Balkenhol, this special commemorative
video features all four complete US team Grand Prix rides with judges'
marks by movement on the screen and replay of the best moves at the
end of each ride. See the medals presented and the US victory
lap. This video will also be available at our Dressage un Ltd /
Dressage.com booth at the final weekend of the US Selection Trials in
San Juan Capistrano, California, June 18-19.
Ceremony, World Equestrian Games, Jerez, 2002.
Beginning with the
Parade of Nations, presenting flags and athletes from 50 nations. See
the pageantry of hundreds of Pure Bred Spanish horses and thousands of
volunteers. Royal Guard mounted units and caisson units
perform intricate maneuvers. In-hand and mounted performances by
the Pure Bred Spanish Horse Breeders' Association (A.N.C.C.E.).
Quadrille, in-hand, airs above the ground by the Royal Andalusian
School of Equestrian Art - Real Escuela Andaluza del Arte Ecuestre of
Jerez. Cobra broodmares from the Jerez Military Stud and El
Hierro del Bocado Stud. Forty antique carriages, one to eight horse
hitches pulled by Pure Bred Spanish horses, drivers and passengers in
authentic Andalusian finery. P.A.P.E.A. Parachute Acrobatics Team.
Over 1,000 volunteers in Andalusian and flamenco costumes.
"Have just watched
the opening ceremony, it brought tears to my eyes. I could feel the
atmosphere and relive all those wonderful days in the stands watching
world class dressage."