Dressage Horse Parzival Withdrawn from World Cup Finals

Linda Zang, President of the Ground Jury at the FEI World Cup Finals, announced Wednesday afternoon that dressage horse Parzival had sustained a tendon injury and was unable to continue in the competition.

The 12-year-old Dutch Warmblood gelding, ridden by Adelinde Cornelissen of the Netherlands and owned by Henk Koers, showed some mild signs of lameness in his left front leg on Tuesday.

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