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Simon, Tebbel, Wathelet and Talbot on top at the tours

Sunday, 19 April 2015
From tour to tour 2015

Hugo Simon and Freddy 7 - en route to victory in Linz. Photo (c) Sibil Slejko.
Hugo Simon and Freddy 7 - en route to victory in Linz. Photo (c) Sibil Slejko.

At the Linzer Pferde Festival, it was living legend Hugo Simon and Freddy 7 (For Pleasure x Contender) that won the CSI2* 1.45 Grand Prix. With a double clear round, the Austrian pair left Kai Schäfer on Flight of Ikarus (For Pleasure x Fabriano) behind them in second with four faults in the jump-off. Third place went to Fritz Kogelnig jun. on Sorento 9 (Saccor x Lord Extra), who had two time penalties in the first round.

At the CSI2* Magna Racino Spring Tour, there were three Ukrainians on top. Rene Tebbel won on Zipper (Sam R x Concorde) with two time penalties in the jump-off, Ferenc Szentirmai ended second on Quickdiamond (Quick Lauro Z x Catango) with four faults against the clock and Marina Vinnichenko on Hellzapoppin was third with a time fault from the first round.

The CSI3* Spring Tour in Lummen continued on Sunday with Gregory Wathelet winning the 1.50 Grand Prix on Algorhythem (Tampa x Calvados). The Belgian rider produced a double clear round – one of five in the class – and left Frank Schuttert in runner-up position aboard GK Quentin (Quantum x Lord), more than a second behind on the clock in the jump-off. Third place went to Cassio Rivetti on Vivant (Fuergo du Prelet x Landino).

At the CSI3* Riviera Sun Tour, Niall Talbot won the 1.50 Grand Prix on Nicos de la Cense (Eyken des Fontenis x Le Tot de Semilly). Runner-up was Francesco Franco on Banca Popolare Bari Cassandra (Cashandcarry x Calato), who was almost two seconds slower in the jump-off than the Irish rider. Number three was Luca Marziani on Saxo des Hayettes (Quartz Adelheid x Banboula du Tho).

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