These two are really hard to beat when they are on form - Philipp Weishaupt and Chico won the Grand Prix in Hagen. All photos (c) Jenny Abrahamsson.
The weather was very unpredictable and the riders had very different conditions. David Will - who delivered the first clear round in the Grand Prix riding Cento du Rouet – was lucky enough to ride in the sunshine.
Andre Thieme and Conthendrix were not as fortunate and had to face the snow.
While others got covered in hail.
Guido Klatte Jr. had an amazing weekend, and once again proved that he is one of the most talented upcoming riders in Germany.
Madeleine Winther Schulze is the happy owner and breeder of the Grand Prix winner, Chico.
A very fit 17-year-old Avenzio 3. His rider, Taizo Sugitani, is hoping to participate in his 6th Olympic Games this year.
Cameron Hanley and Cas 2 showed some real fighting spirit out of the triple combination!
Ringmaster Pedro Cebulka and Katharina Offel had a laugh.
While Carlos Lopez rode Emanuele Gaudiano's former ride Admara 2 in the Grand Prix...
...Ulrich Kirchhoff rode Carlos Lopez' old partner Prince de la Mare.
Avenzio 3 getting some well deserved attention after his third place in the Grand Prix.
Philip Rüping and Copperfield 40 delivered two fantastic rounds to end second in the Grand Prix.
Chris Chugg and Guido Klatte - Guido Klatte Jr's father and owner of Guido Klatte Horse-Transport - looked like they were dressed for totally different weather.
Oleksandr Onyshchenko's Calcourt Falklund getting some attention next to Markus Fuchs that was present as new coach for Team Ukraine.