Norte Lovera, 2013 Dressage Champion of Spain Useful Photos/USPRE Riders/josemenagarcia_corneliusphoto copy 1.jpg Yesterday, José Antonio García Mena riding PRE, Norte Lovera, owned by Yeguada Lovera, was proclaimed 2013 Dressage Champion of Spain at the riding complex known as Centro Ecuestre de Castilla y León in the city of Segovia.  It was all possible after victories in Grand Prix, in Grand Prix Special and an excellent place in Kür Grand Prix, which was enough to maintain the leadership and earn a place on the winner’s podium.

Norte Lovera, a Purebred Spanish Horse, and member of Spain’s 2013 National Dressage Team was outstanding at the 44th edition of the Spanish National Championships.  The horse proved that he was in excellent physical shape to offer the very best passage, full of expression and rhythm, which finally earned him the gold.  The judges had already seen and approved his work at the latest edition of the European Championships.  Second place was for Carmen Naesgaard from Malaga, while the bronze went to José María Sánchez Cobos from Sevilla and rider at the Royal School of Equestrian Art in Jerez, riding PRE Fogonero IX.

This year, Norte Lovera has enjoyed success in international arenas, both here in Spain and abroad, despite his latest injury while travelling to Aachen.  Returning to the arena after such a short period of time is also a success; proof of this lies in his newest title: 2013 Dressage Champion of Spain. 



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