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Kersten & Vandor to the top at CSIO Lamprechtshausen

Tuesday, 26 May 2015
CSIO Lamprechtshausen 2015

Zsofia Vandor won the Young Rider Grand Prix at CSIO Lamprechtshausen on Quintus. Photo © Fotoagentur Dill/
Zsofia Vandor won the Young Rider Grand Prix at CSIO Lamprechtshausen on Quintus. Photo © Fotoagentur Dill/

The CSIO Amadeus Junior Specials 2015 concluded with a 1.45 Young Rider Grand Prix that was won by Hungary's Zsofia Vandor on Quintus (Quite Capitol x Lacantus). Seven riders went on to the jump-off, battling it out for the win - but Vandor was the only one to remain clear. Runner-up on a four penalty score was Poland's Nikol Makulik on Verona (Tangelo van de Zuuthoeve x Notaris) ahead of Netherland's Kim Hoogenraat and Top Gun (Hamlet x Concorde) that also had four faults in the jump-off.

The 1.40 Junior Grand Prix went to Netherland's Lars Kersten on Largo (Lap Top x Escudo I), who produced a clear round in the jump-off stopping the clock on 53.77 seconds. Almost two seconds behind followed Germany's Kathrin Stolmeijer aboard Unex What A Carnute K (Carnute x Cantus). Third place went to Switzerland's Matias Larocca on Tortola (Vigo d'Arsouilles x Zeus)

It was the Italian team that won the Young Rider Nations Cup. On the team was Andrea Campagnaro, Elisa Baldazzi, Vittoria Olivieri and Fransesca Arioldi who secured the win with a total penalty score of thirteen. Second place went to Netherlands, who finished on a twenty penalty score with Amber Fijen, Kim Hoogenraat, Tim van de Oetelaar and Niels Knape on the team. Third place went to Switzerland on a 23 penalty score.

The German team went off with the victory in the Junior Nations Cup. Anna-Maria Grimm, Annika Roede, Katrin Stolmeijer and Christoph Maack finished on eleven penalties to take home the win. Six penalties behind was the Italian team with Elena Codecasa, Giorgia Failla, Elisa Vacirca and Ernesto Vacirca. Third place went to Poland on 24 penalties.


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