It's been a busy weekend, also filled with several two star shows. At the CSI2* event in Lier, Belgium home rider Olivier van Rossbroeck won the 1.45 Grand Prix on Ellenoy (Quidam de Revel x Cento). Olivier had one of only two double clear rounds in the class, and left Ireland's Trevor Coyle on Gravity of Greenhill (Nabab de Reve x Contermo Grande) behind him in second. Belgium's Dominique Hendrickx was third on Fiero van Orti (Nonstop x Athelet Z), with the fastest time in the jump-off but on the expense of four faults.
Home riders dominated the 1.45 Grand Prix in Fontainebleau. Mathilde Montginoux won on Pepito Landais *HN (Grenat de Grez x Starter) with one time fault in the first round and a clear one in the second. Runner-up Laurent Guillet was clear in the first round on Sultan du Chateau (Kannan x Galoubet A), but had for faults in the second round. In third came Jean Yves Legate on Sparco de Verchisy (Cabdula du Tillard x Tarzan du Beaulieu), also with four faults in the second round.
In Strazeele, the 1.45 Grand Prix went to home rider Valentin Marcotte on I'm Quite Bright (Quite Capitol x I Love You). Over four seconds behind in the jump-off, and with the second and last double clear of the day followed Belgium's Yves Simon on Grand Cru VD Mulle (Le Tot de Semilly x Carthago). Third place went to another home rider; Guillaume Foutrier on Sparco de Virton (Kashmir van't Schuttershof x Type d'Elle), with four faults in the jump-off.
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