Shruti Vora Makes History as First Indian to Win 3-Star Grand Prix

Shruti Vora Makes History as First Indian to Win 3-Star Grand Prix

Shruti Vora, riding Magnanimous, has made history in Indian equestrian sports by being the first rider from India to win a three-star Grand Prix event.

In the CDI-3 competition, which took place in Lipica, Slovenia, from June 7 to 9, Shruti received 67.761 points. Tatiana Antonenco (Aachen) of Moldova came in second with a score of 66.522, behind the Indian. With a score of 66.087, Juliane Jerich (Quarter Girl) of Austria rounded out the top three.

Shruti’s accomplishment was greeted with joy by the Equestrian Federation of India (EFI), whose Secretary General, Col. Jaiveer Singh, declared, “This is a historic achievement for the Indian equestrian fraternity. Her accomplishment would surely encourage many women to strive for excellence in this field of sports.”

Shruti Vora not only won the Grand Prix but also demonstrated her abilities in the Grand Prix Special, finishing just behind Antonenco-Aachen in second place with a score of 66.085

Shruti Vora, an Indian competitor, hails from Kolkata and has competed for her country in several major international events, such as the Asian Games and the Dressage World Championship. Her latest victory is a major turning point in Indian equestrian history and demonstrates her commitment.