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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