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Images from the CSI2* Riesenbeck Grand Prix

Thursday, 15 October 2015
CSI2* Riesenbeck 2015

The CSI2* Grand Prix in Riesenbeck had an impressive start list. In the end the fantastic 8-year-old Codarco won after an amazing jump-off pulled off by his rider Chloe Reid. All photos (c) Jenny Abrahamsson.

Henrik von Eckermann with Sansibar
It looked like Henrik von Eckermann with Sansibar would take his second win of the weekend, but he was beaten by Chloe Reid by one hundred of a second.

Fence
There were two fences that caused a bit more problems than the rest. One was this combination right by the audience, where two riders fell off their horses in the middle of it.

Fence
And it was this very last oxer that stopped several riders from the jump-off.

Ben Schröder with Complemento
The crowds had to wait to the 15th starter to get a clear round; delivered by Ben Schröder with Complemento.

Joachim Heyer with Aquarell PW
Joachim Heyer with Aquarell PW was clear on the fences, but was stopped from the jump-off by one time fault.

Markus Beerbaum with Cool Hand Luke
Markus Beerbaum is planning on a come back in the top sport after focusing on training other riders for some years. In Riesenbeck he rode Cool Hand Luke.

Kaya Lüthi with Wilane
Kaya Lüthi is now Otto Becker's stable jockey. Here she rides Wilane that previous was ridden by Wilma Hellström and Andreas Kreuzer.

Eoin McMahon with Bling Bling
Carl Hanley's stable jockey Eoin McMahon is on a roll - here with Bling Bling.

Meredith Michaels-Beerbaum with Comanche
Meredith Michaels-Beerbaum with one of her flying grey horses; Comanche.

Marcus Ehning with Cordynox
Marcus Ehning rode a very nice offspring by his top horse Cornado NRW; Cordynox. The two of them were placed in their first international Grand Prix together.

Arena
The new arena in Riesenbeck is huge, and we will probably see several international shows here in the future.

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