The <g data-gr-id="18">Excellentia</g> Equitation Centre recently conducted the ‘10th <g data-gr-id="19">Excellentia</g> Horse Show’ in the national Capital on September 26 and 27.
The show which was sponsored by the Shri Balaji Society and saw a wide variation of equestrian competitions in the sport of show jumping and dressage ranging across all age groups and rite from beginner to advance levels.
The first day saw competitions in dressage and events for children with <g data-gr-id="34">7 year-old</g> Anmol <g data-gr-id="28">Lehal</g> being the youngest rider. While the second day witnessed competitions in Show Jumping with head constable Dharampal from Delhi police as the eldest rider in his late 50’s.
The grand finale, which was held under flood lights on 27th, saw an action-packed episode of show jumping along with a display of fencing conducted by the deuce academy Gurgaon.
The event saw the presence of an eminent crowd with over 500 people present to witness the grand finale, also present were Special Commissioner of Police (Intelligence) Balaji Srivastava, Special Commissioner of Police (Provisions & Logistics) Sudhir Yadav as well as Lt. Gen Sudhir Sharma (retd.), ex-president of the equestrian federation of India among several other dignitaries.
The show saw a massive participation with over 100 entries in the competition with teams such as Delhi Police, Genesis Global School Noida, Modern School Barakhamba, Army polo & Riding club, Adagio riding stables, Woodstock riding school as well as various other top riders such as Abhishek Chopra, Kirat Nagra, master Raunaq Anand and the current national champion and member of the Asian Games team Sehej Singh Virk, who also won the <g data-gr-id="27">Ahiraan</g> trophy for the best horse & rider combination of the event.
The <g data-gr-id="21">Excellentia</g> Equitation Centre is one of the finest and most centrally located riding establishments in Delhi NCR, located just a few kilometers from the DLF Promenade Mall in Vasant Kunj. After the successful completion of the 10th edition of the horse show, the director Udai Singh (former member of the Indian Team) is very certain that the <g data-gr-id="22">Excellentia</g> Horse Show series, the only one of its kind in the north region, will attain greater success in times to come and further help in the overall development of this wonderful sport.