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Hamad Ali Mohamed A Al Attiyah best in the CSIU25 GP in Valkenswaard

Monday, 18 July 2016
Global Future Champions Week Valkenswaard 2016

Hamad Ali Mohamed Al Attiyah with Appagino
Hamad Ali Mohamed Al Attiyah and Appagino 2 won the CSIU25 in Valkenswaard. Archive photo (c) Jenny Abrahamsson.

Tops International Arena hosted the Global Future Champions Week 11-13 July (young horses) and 15-17 July (CSIU25, CSIYR, CSIJCSICh and CSIP). Sunday it was time for the CSIU25 Grand Prix, a 1.50 class with 26 young and talented riders.

Several of the names on the start list have already been competing on a high level for years and have several top results up to 5*-level, including Frank Schuttert, Pieter Clemens and Jessica Springsteen. All three produced clear rounds and went through to the jump-off together with another well-known name on the circuit, Johan-Sebastian Gulliksen, and last but not least, Hamad Ali Mohamed A Al Attiyah, who won the class aboard Appagino 2 (Arpeggio x Casaretto) only 0,16 seconds ahead of runners-up Gulliksen and Charleville (Quasimodo Z x Lancelot).

Clemens and Horizon de Regor (Obourg x Cento) ended third as the last combination to produce two clear rounds and was followed by Schuttert and Bugatti v.d Nortside (Unaniem x Burggraf) on four faults and Springsteen on eight, the latter with the fastest jump-off of the day aboard Vindicat W (Guidam x Libero H).

 


Text © World of Showjumping / Picture © Jenny Abrahamsson.

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