After the first Nexgen young horse finals, H&H finds out about the different young horse competitions in Britain, talking to series organisers and riders about the differences and benefits
THE choice of opportunities for youngsters in the UK has been praised for educating future top horses – but it has been agreed owners and riders need to look at horses as individuals and not rush them.
New to the calendar for 2020, the Nexgen series held its finals at Hickstead last week (15–16 September) for four- to six-year-old horses in dressage, eventing and showjumping.
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Both six-year-olds finished on their dressage scores, just 0.2 penalties apart