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Home win for Christopher Kläsener in the CSI3* Grand Prix of Neumünster

Sunday, 18 February 2018
CSI3* Neumünster 2018

Photo (c) Stefan Lafrentz. Christopher Kläsener with Cassandra. Photo (c) Stefan Lafrentz.

Christopher Kläsener (GER) won Sunday's CSI3* Grand Prix of Neumünster presented by Volksbanken and Raiffeisenbanken after producing the only double clear of the class. 

The 1.55m Grand Prix saw only two of the 39 horse-and-rider combinations going clear over the first-round track: Kläsener and his compatriot Harm Lahde. Aboard the 9-year-old mare Cassandra 340 (Clearway x Carry), it was Kläsener that took the top prize of 12.500 Euro though as Lahde had to add four faults against the clock with the 13-year-old mare Oak Grove's Heartfelt (Heartbreaker x Rubens Du Ri D'Asse D'96). Clarissa Crotta finished third on SGW Lord Poldy (Lord Z x Polydor) with four faults in the first round, the same score as fourth placed Denis Nielsen (GER) and Mario Stevens (GER) who finished fifth.

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