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A double for Reed Kessler in Gross Viegeln

Saturday, 15 July 2017
CSI4* Gross Viegeln 2017

Reed Kessler and Cos I Can. Photo (c) ACP Andreas Pantel. Reed Kessler and Cos I Can. Photo (c) ACP Andreas Pantel.

Reed Kessler (USA) was the name of the day at the CSI4* show in Gross Viegeln as she won both the Championat der BSC Verwaltungs GmbH as well as the IDEE Kaffee Preis riding Cos I Can (Olympic Lux x Harlequin) and Ks Stakki (Stakkato Gold x Silvio I).

The Championat der BSC Verwaltungs GmbH was a 1.50m class over two rounds giving the 15 best riders a chance to join the second round. The winning pair, Kessler and her 14-year-old gelding Cos I Can, could take home the first prize of 12,210 euros and a Humbauer trailer after clocking the winning time of 46,27 seconds. Sven Fehnl (GER) and the 9-year-old stallion Lacox (Landos x Cash and Carry) came second with a time of 46,86 seconds, while Jan Sprehe (GER) and the 11-year-old stallion Special One 2 (Stakkato x Escudo I) secured third place with a time of 46,90 seconds. Fourth place went to Christophe Vanderhasselt (BEL) on the 9-year-old mare Identity Vitseroel (Air Jordan Z x Darco) with a time of 50,69 seconds. Irma Karlsson (SWE) continued her good weekend by picking up another ribbon, this time a fifth place after a 51,80 seconds-round with the 9-year-old gelding Chacconu (Chacco Blue x Perhaps van Het Molenvondel).

The IDEE Kaffee Preis, was a 1.45m jump-off class and also the final for the middle tour. 12 of the 51 entries were clear and continued to the jump-off. Riding the 12-year-old mare Ks Stakki, Reed won her second class of the day as well as her second trailer with a jump-off time of 34,48 seconds. Carsten-Otto Nagel (GER) placed second after clocking a time of 37,32 seconds on his 11-year-old mare Womanizer 18 (Colman x Contender). Thomas Voß (GER) and the 11-year-old mare Wat Nu 34 (Cormint x Exorbitant xx) came third with a time of 37,90 seconds and the fourth place went to Christina Liebherr (SUI) on the 9-year-old gelding L.B. Coco Jumper (Cassin x Carbano) with 38,25 seconds. Juulia Jyläs (FIN) on the 9-year-old mare Courage T Z (Calvino Z x Espri) rounded of the top five with 38,52 seconds.

 

 


Text (c) Nanna Nieminen for World of Showjumping / Photo (c) ACP Andreas Pantel.

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