At the same time as the 3rd Stallion Competition round in Zuidbroek, the World Cup competition was held in the Nekkerhal in Mechelen.
Collecting the necessary World Cup points was the important job for Lottie, therefore Mechelen was given priority over Zuidbroek (Stallion Competition).
Dark Legend (by Zucchero) competed in the World Cup competition in Mechelen. In the Grand Prix Lottie scored a beautiful almost 74% score with Dark Legend, which was good for a 2nd place. On Sunday was the Freestyle competition, Dark Legend again went very well, and even with 2 expensive errors, a score of 79.075% was awarded which is a personal best for the combination! This was good for a 5th place. This again produced the World Cup points required, so all in all we are very satisfied.
Graaf Leatherdale T
In addition to Dark Legend, Lottie had taken “Graaf Leatherdale T” for the Light Tour. The talented Lord Leatherdale son had not done a large indoor competition before, but despite that he impressed in the Prix St. George with a nice 2nd place on Saturday and a score of 71.088%. Sunday during the Inter I Freestyle to music, it became a bit too much for him in the busy hall with the loud music. Lottie had her hands full to guide him through the test. He showed his qualities, but the chances of a good score were lost. Despite this, Graaf Leatherdale T has gained a lot of experience. Our expectations for the future are high for him.
Image: Charlotte Fry- Dark Legend
Dark Legend: v. Zucchero x Tango x Doruto, Breeder: Fam. Nobus de Potter – Eede
Lord Leatherdale: v. Lord Leatherdale x Kennedy x Bustron, Breeder: Dhr. W. Timmers-Volkel