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Sunday's CSI2* Grand Prix winners

Sunday, 27 September 2015
CSI2* Damme, Vilamoura, Biblis, Gorla Minore 2015

Cameron Hanley with Cashgirl. Photo (c) Sportpicsell.com
Cameron Hanley with Cashgirl. Photo (c) Sportpicsell.com


Irish rider Cameron Hanley topped the CSI2* Grand Prix in Damme  with his new ride Cashgirl (Casall x Alcatraz). Second place went to USA's Chloe Reid with  Codarco (Darco x Orame) and she was followed by four German riders -  Markus Brinkmann with Pikeur Dylon (Diamant de Semilly x Carry), Andreas  Ripke with Zecilie (Acolord x Canturo), Carsten Otto Nagel with Qubo  (Quite Capitol x Caretino) and Markus Beerbaum with Cool Hand Luke 4  (Contendro x Argentinus).
 

The CSI2* Grand Prix in Vilamoura was won by Ireland's Darragh Kenny on Picolo (Diamant de Semilly x Alme). It was very close between the top three riders with Kenny ending the jump-off on 37,23 seconds and 2nd placed Tina di Landri from the US finishing on 37,54 seconds riding Zelote VDL (Chin Chin x Libero H). Third place went to France's Adeline Hecart with Question d'Orval (Rosire x Tu Viens Dorval); crossing the finish line in 37,95 seconds.
 

Germany's Ralf Runge took the CSI2* Grand Prix in Biblis,riding  Summersault (Seven Up x Cantus). Runge was one of four riders that was  clear in the jump-off, and the class was totally dominated by the  Germans. Second place went to Hilmar Meyer with Salto de Fee (Stakkato  Gold x Faschingsprinz) ahead of Günter Treiber with Buddy Holly 9 (Verdi x  Voltaire) and Nina Eberle with Quo Vada (Quo Vados I x Amalfi).
 

It was a home win in CSI2* Gorla Minore Grand Prix as well, secured by Massimo  Grossato with Carrusa (Cardento x Corland). He won the class ahead of  Clint Sulmoni with Button Sitte (Ogano Sitte x Parco) and Assimiliano  Bianchi with Dingo de Amoranda. Fourth place went to Sweden's Charlotte Mordasini  with Tiny Toon Semilly (Diamant de Semilly x Picobelly du Val de Geer).
 

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