Original title: Mainland Horse: 2020 Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei Equestrian Open Beijing Station successfully completed, Tianjin Hebei continues to be held
Established in 2019, the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei Equestrian Open is an important part of the comprehensive strategic cooperation between Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei equestrian events. The event is co-sponsored by the three equestrian associations and is held in each of the three places each year.
On October 11th, the 2020 Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei Equestrian Open was successfully held at the Beijing Tianxing Tiaoliang International Equestrian Club. Riders from Beijing, Tianjin and Hebei arrived as scheduled and gathered together to start one fierce chase after another. Five levels of 50CM, 80CM, 105CM, 120CM and 135CM were set up in this competition, from Beijing Yanlong Horse Industry, Aimahui Equestrian Club, Tianxing Tiaoliang Equestrian, Beijing Enlightenment Equestrian, Beijing Team, Kelaiwu, Liheng International Equestrian Club, Zhonglian Knights League, Gu Daoxiang Jun Equestrian Club, Fujun Equestrian, Xiwu Country Equestrian Club, Hollyland, Xiongpeng Equestrian, Beijing Red Knight Equestrian Academy, Riding Edge Equestrian, Guolong Horse Industry, a total of 16 clubs 144 The pair of people and horses participated in this competition.
The first thing that kicked off was the 50CM level. As the host, the Tianxing Tiaoliang International Equestrian Club sent three riders to take the top three, namely Qu Sidian, Kang Xiaohan and Wang Ye Zi. The rider who finished fourth in the 50CM class was Xin Wen, and the rider who finished fifth was Zhao Zicheng, both from Beijing Yanlong Horse Industry. Mr. Man Zhenwei, the 2 star referee of the International Equestrian Federation and the head referee of this game, presented the award to the winning rider.
Then came the 80CM level competition. The rider Xiao Junyuan from Klaiwu rode Hightrick to win the championship. The runner-up was Muhammad Doricon and Maya from Hollyland, and Aoziglete, who represented the Beijing team. Qi Daqing won the third place. Riders Wendy and Xiao Yuexian from the Tianxing Tiaoliang International Equestrian Club rode Chitu and Merlin respectively, and won the fourth and fifth places.