Kasey Perry-Glass and Goerklintgaards Dublet Return for Adequan Global Dressage Festival Week 7 With Win in The FEI Grand Prix CDI-W

Week 7 of the Adequan Global Dressage Festival (AGDF) kicked off on Thursday, February 21, with a win for Kasey Perry-Glass of the U.S. and Goerklintgaards Dublet in the FEI Grand Prix CDI-W, presented by Helgstrand Dressage at the Adequan Global Dressage Festival in Wellington, FL. 

The pair earned a score of 77.217% to qualify for the “Friday Night Stars” FEI Grand Prix Freestyle CDI-W, also presented by Helgstrand Dressage, on February 22.

Kasey Perry-Glass and Goerklintgaards Dublet in their winning ride in the FEI Grand Prix CDI-W. ©SusanStickle.com

Today was a really good ride. I felt like he was a little bit tighter and tenser than normal, but it’s our second show out for the season so we’re still getting our feet wet a little bit,” said Perry-Glass of the 16-year-old Danish Warmblood gelding owned by Diane Perry. “The highlights were the piaffe and the two [tempis]. I felt they were amazing. The passage got a little bit tense, but he always does it so well that it’s such a highlight for him.”

Kasey Perry-Glass in her winning presentation with Judge at E Clive Halsall, Janette Jakobson representing Helgstrand Dressage, and FEI Steward Elisabeth Williams.
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Perry-Glass is looking forward to her freestyle test on Friday night. “I want to go out and have fun with him,” she said. “I love doing the freestyle, and it’s a chance to for us to kind of go out and dance together. I’m hoping to put in a solid test for a solid score, for hopefully another qualifying score for the World Cup, and just to have fun.

“The only [other] show I can do is [AGDF 8], so I’ll be doing these two [CDI-W’s] back to back. Which I think with him works perfect,” said Perry-Glass of her competition plans. “He’s a very solid horse and we focus a lot on physical health. I think it’s just going to make him even better for next week, doing it back to back.”

Earlier in the day, Charlotte Jorst of the U.S. and Kastel’s Nintendo, a 16-year-old KWPN gelding owned by Kastel Denmark, won the FEI Grand Prix CDI3*, presented by Fair Sky Farm. The pair earned a score of 71.891%.

Charlotte Jorst and Kastel’s Nintendo in their winning ride in the FEI Grand Prix CDI-3*, presented by Fair Sky Farm.
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Adrienne Lyle of the U.S. and Harmony’s Duval, a 11-year-old Dutch Warmblood gelding owned by Duval Partners LLC, came in second with a score of 69.500%. Rebecca Waite of the U.S. and Doktor, a 16-year-old Oldenburg gelding owned by Patricia Stempel, came in third with a score of 68.391%.

In the FEI Prix St. Georges CDI3*, presented by the Wellington Regional Medical Center, Jaimey Irwin of Canada and Laurencio won with a score of 71.324%. Irwin rode his wife Tina Irwin’s usual mount, a 12-year-old Oldenburg gelding.

Jaimey Irwin and Laurencio in their winning ride in the FEI Prix St Georges CDI3*, presented by the Wellington Regional Medical Center. ©SusanStickle.com

Competition at AGDF will continue on Friday, February 22, with the “Friday Night Stars” FEI Grand Prix Freestyle CDI-W, presented by Helgstrand Dressage. General admission is free for Friday night, and parking is $10/car. Competition will begin at 7 p.m. Week 7 of the AGDF runs through Sunday, February 24. 

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