David Guetta, 5* Super Horse is going to Wellington for Sabrina Lefebvre

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In the past week, the team of BRIDL, Victoria Gulliksen and Sabrina Lefebvre have been working closely on the development of a new partnership with the departure of David Guetta, the 13yrs old KWPN by Zento and Vigaro for new horizons in America. 

The gorgeous gelding who has been owned for years by the Gulliksen family will now be ridden by the young Canadian Rider Sabrina Lefebvre. We know this horse for his ability to surprise the crowd with his character and bring happiness to his riders with his consistency, his big heart and his willingness to always do the very best. 

We’re looking at a horse who was ridden for a long time by Geir Gulliksen the recognised international Olympic rider from Norway, a horse who offered a winning place to Victoria Gulliksen in the CSI3* 145cm in Opglabbeek back in 2020 and clear rounds to Jordy Van Massenhoeve in the CSI5*-W. He is what we can really call a family horse.

This horse will now join Sabrina Lefrebvre, the Canadian young rider based in Wellington for the 2021-2022 WEF Winter Season. She hopes this horse will allow her to progress and gain experience on the bigger classes with the aim to bring a couple of medals home. 

Photo Credits: Andrew Ryback

This operation was fully organised by the trading platform BRIDL.co who was able to bring together Sabrina and David Guetta under the best conditions. The team of BRIDL really has a strong faith in Sabrina and David Guetta with the hope that these two will rock the show-ground in North America! BRIDL remains available for any amateur, professional or young rider looking to sell or scout horses from 1.30 up to 1.60 for the coming season. 
For any information regarding the sale or the purchase of horses via BRIDL feel free to contact, the CEO Marie Marks on whatsapp: +447537141705, via email hello@bridl.co or directly through the sales platform on https://www.bridl.co

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