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Kathrin Dancer with Wimbledon and Redford

Kathrin Dancer with Wimbledon and Redford

Krisztina Horváth photo

FABIANSEBESTYEN, Hungary – Kathrin Dancer drove accurately through the cones to finish fifth in the final phase of the 2015 FEI World Driving Championships for Pairs Sept. 14 with a time of 3:07.37. She led the U.S. team, consisting of Jacob Arnold and Scott Dancer, throughout the entire competition and concludes these championships with an 18th-place finish. The U.S. finished ninth overall with a score of 391.6.

“This was such a great experience,” she said. “Everyone who was here supporting us was amazing; it was just a relaxing environment. The rest of the nations saw that the U.S. is a contender. Our horses are only going to get better from here.”

The Woodside resident added that these championships “came a year too soon” and have not yet hit their prime.

“We got our foot in the door and are already thinking about the next championships and getting on the podium,” she added.

Kathrin Dancer came into the cones competition with a two-day score of 190.21. She and her own and Scott Dancer’s Wimbledon and Redford moved through the cones with good finesse and kept all the balls in place, only one of five teams to do so. However, she picked up 3.69 in time penalties, which gave her a three-day score of 193.90.

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