Jessica von Bredow-Werndl & Unee BB

Unee BB Appreciates Jessica von Bredow-Werndl

Jessica von Bredow-Werndl already said in Donaueschingen that Unee BB was not supposed to be competed at her first event after her baby break, but that he really wanted to. At home the 16-year-old KWPN gelding tried to piaffe and passage constantly when they were in the woods and was really hot-headed.  “He is a horse for events and in Donaueschingen he appreciated that he was allowed to perform,” the rider said. The rider from Bavaria won the Special in Donaueschingen by a clear margin with 77,157 percen.t Isabell Werth and Don Johnson, who won eht Grand Prix finished in second place (72,510 percent). “Today he was too tame when we were outside the arena. He blustered around when we came into the arena. When he wanted to put his head between his legs I knew that today it would be living on the edge. But that’s how he is and how we love him. He always teaches me to stay alert.”
Third place went to Alexandra Stadelmeyer with 12-year-old Lord Lichtenstein by Lord Loxley and 70,843 percent. “I did not expect to be placed among the top three here – it’s a great surprise and a wonderful feeling.”