Jeroen Dubbeldam’s World & European Championship Partner SFN Zenith To Be Retired

2019. News Jeroen Dubbeldam's SFN Zenith to be Retired JD

Jeroen Dubbeldam (NED) issued a statement earlier this week announcing the retirement of his horse of a lifetime SFN Zenith.

Together, Dubbeldam and the 15-year-old bay Dutch Warmblood gelding (Rash x Fuego du Prelet) took home the gold medal in both the individual and team jumping competitions during the 2015 World Equestrian Games in Caen, Normandy, France.

Career Highlights

2014 Individual Gold – World Equestrian Games in Caen

2014 Team Gold – World Equestrian Games in Caen

2014 Team Gold – FEI Nations Cup Final in Barcelona

2014 First Place in – Jump-off Class at Maastricht CSI 3*

2015 Individual Gold – European Championships in Aaachen

2015 Team Gold – European Championships in Aachen

2015 First Place – Jump-off Class at Neumunster CSI 3*

2017 First Place – Grand Prix CSI 3* at St. Lô

2017 First Place – Grand Prix CSI 3* in Samorin

The Dutchman made the following statement on his Instagram account:

Thank you SFN Zenith!

With a little sadness but foremost with great pride and gratefulness I would like to announce the retirement of SFN Zenith.

Sunday the 17th of March during the Indoor Brabant CSI 5*, we will look back at our amazing career with the people that made this incredible succes story possible. Let’s make it a day to remember!

For SFN Zenith’s full FEI profile & results, please click here.

Sources: Jeroen Dubbeldam / FEI – Fédération Equestre Internationale

Photo: © Jeroen Dubbeldam