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The weekend's CSI2* Grand Prix winners

Sunday, 25 October 2015
CSI2* Oliva/Wiener Neustadt/Strazeele/San Giovanni

Gavin Harley and Understone van de Kapel won the Grand Prix in Oliva. Photo (c) Sportfot.
Gavin Harley and Understone van de Kapel won the Grand Prix in Oliva. Photo (c) Sportfot.

At the MET Autumn Tour in Oliva Nova, it was Ireland's Gavin Harley (Happy Wind D'hof Ten Bos x Gladstone) that took the win on Understone van de Kapel. Harley produced one of ten double clear rounds in this 1.45 Grand Prix that counted 64 riders. Two Belgian riders followed; Jerome Guery on Boyfriend du Seigneur (Calvaro x Darco) in second and Constant van Paesschen on his new ride Carlow van de Helle (Caretino x Corofino I) in third. Guery was just over a second slower than Harley, while Van Paesschen followed 0.26 seconds behind Guery. 

Germany's Kai Schäfer won the 1.45 Grand Prix in Wiener Neustadt. Riding Flight of Ikarus (For Pleasure x Fabriano), the German rider had the only clear in the jump-off that counted six riders. Runner-up was Szabolcs Krucso on Bubamara (Clinton Ii x Sandro Boy) from Hungary, who had the fastest time of the day but on the expense of four faults. Third went to another German; Nina Schäfer on Cool Concept (Carnando x Cassini).

Swiss rider Christina Liebherr took the win in the CSI2* Grand Prix in San Giovanni riding L.B. Akteur (Jupilot x Furore). Liebherr was 1,5 second faster than runner-up Marcel Wolf with Quasimodo VII (Quidam's Rubin x Fuerstengold). Italian rider Gianni Govoni and Antonio ended third ahead of Carlo Pfyffer wih Giulio 8 (Quadrigus M x Drossan).

In Strazeele, Great Britain's Joe Clee won the 1.45 Grand Prix on Diablesse de Muze (Baloubet du Rouet x Nabab de Reve) ahead of Brazil's Fernando Chiarotto aboard Hilde (Kannan). Only 0.12 seconds separated the two riders in the jump-off. Third place went to Belgium's Nadège Janssen on Rolls d'Helbe (Lucciano HN*) - also she double clear.

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