Briana Keeps a Tight Rein
Briana’s long line of achievements started in October 2020, when she was runner-up at the Romanian Youth Cup for Dressage in the Pony Category. She competed on her horse at the Equestrian Winter Tour Show Jumping and achieved first place in the children’s category, not once, not twice, but three days in a row. An outstanding performance earned with grace and a lot of hard work.If this wasn’t enough proof of her skills, she repeated her performance in another Equestrian Winter Tour Show Jumping event in March 2021, where she again came in first place on all three days. Then, she made history by winning the Winter Tour Show Jumping Championship final.
At the end of May 2021, Briana performed exceptionally in the Summer Tour Show Jumping Competition in Prejmer. She came first in nine competitions and second place during all three days with two horses in two different categories.
At the end of October 2021, she took first place in a Show Jumping Competition at Equestria. She shared this performance with her new horse, Diam’s de Mazure, a beautiful eight-year-old Selle Francais, who jumped at 1.10m, thus securing her victory.
2022 has been another fantastic year for our equestrian star.
In July this year, she participated in the International Show Jumping Competition in Tsaratsovo, Plovdiv. She was the winner on the first day of the competition, placed third on the second day and was runner-up in the Grand Prix competition, 1.20m class. She also had another excellent weekend at the International Show Jumping Competition in Bojourishte, Bulgaria. Competing individually and as part of the Romanian Children’s Team, she stood on the top of the podium on two consecutive days and was runner-up in the Grand Prix competition, 1.20m class.
In September, she won two medals in two separate International Show Jumping Competitions organised in Romania at Vectra Horse Club. She won a Gold medal with the Romanian Children’s team in the first competition and a Bronze medal at the Balkan Jumping Championship during the second competition.
We’re incredibly proud of her achievements and wish her the best of luck in her future competitions!
In her most recent competition, Briana excelled by finishing on the podium on all three days of the Silver Tour competition, including a remarkable first place on the second day, and 2nd and 3rd place on day one, as well as 1st and 2nd place on the final day at the Silver Tour Final (1.25m). Briana’s performance reflects her skill and talent.
We are confident that Briana will once again show her fighting spirit and achieve great success at the Autovortex Robotics Competition in Seoul, South Korea, in February. We wish her all the best and look forward to hearing about her future successes.
Briana’s hard work, dedication and exceptional achievements make her a true role model for aspiring athletes and people who want to succeed in their ventures. We are proud of her accomplishments and are excited to see what the future holds for this talented individual.
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