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Benefizturnier Haselünne raises € 47.000 for Children's Cancer Aid

Tuesday, 24 March 2015
Charity show iHaselünne 2015

Bastian Freese won the Grand Prix riding Dindina De Jucaso. All photos (c) Jenny Abrahamsson.
Bastian Freese won the Grand Prix riding Dindina De Jucaso. All photos (c) Jenny Abrahamsson.

Last weekend the Charity Show for Children's Cancer Aid was held in Haselünne, Germany. The show featured youngster tours, a regional tour, a medium tour and a big tour with four S-classes as well as some classes for the youngest riders. All riders competing donated half of their prize money and sponsors worldwide contributed with generous donations. The judges, course designers and other officials all worked for free.

The weekend was filled with great sport and amazing support from all the hardworking volunteers as well as all the riders and spectators. The highlight came when the organizers could deliver a € 47.000 check to The Children's Cancer Aid (Kinderkrebshilfe Münster) at the University Hospital in Münster.

Cameron Hanley makes the lap of honor with his new bike.
Cameron Hanley makes the lap of honor with his new bike.

The main class Saturday evening was won by Cameron Hanley and Z Acodate DDL (Acord II x Aldatus). Runners-up were Manuel Feldmann and Ludger G (Ludger G x Liberty M) with Rob Scherphof and Wynola (No Limit x Murano) in third.

Sunday's Grand Prix went to Bastian Freese and Dindia De Jucaso (Gem of India x Darco) with Nicole Persson securing both second and third place with Quintana Roo (Quintero x Cardino) and Balounito (Balou du Rouet x Widolan) respectively.

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