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The weekend's CSI2* Grand Prix winners

Monday, 31 August 2015
CSI2* Treffen/Lastrup/Auvers 2015

Pieter Clemens won the CSI2* Grand Prix in Treffen. Photo private.
Pieter Clemens won the CSI2* Grand Prix in Treffen. Photo private.

At Glock Horse Performance Center it was Pieter Clemens who took home the CSI2* Grand Prix to Ashford Farm and Belgium. Pieter was riding Carinjo T (Contendro I x Argentinus) to a double clear round, and a time of 48.78 seconds in the jump-off. "The horse has recently been sold, and I only rode him this weekend as Markus Beerbaum could not himself - he returns to the saddle next week and I am grateful I got the opportunity to ride Carinjo T here for the weekend," said Clemens after the win. The Netherland's Ben Schröder ended second on Complemento (Contender x Voltaire), while Germany's Philipp Schober finished third on Zandigo TS (Lupicor x Libero H). 

The CSI2* show in Lastrup saw Mynou Diederichsmeier on top of the Grand Prix, riding Stalido (Stakkato x Calido I) to one of four double clear rounds. Over a second behind the German rider's time in the jump-off was Jonathan Gordon on Fellini 131 (For Pleasure x Phin Phin). Another German rider followed in third place; Mario Stevens on Georgenhofs Credo (Caretino x Silvester). 

At the CSI2* show in Auvers, Great Britain's Christopher Moorhouse won the Grand Prix on Hamilton H. His compatriot Jemma Kirk finished second on Quelisto, while Titouan Schumacher from France was third on Oceane de Nantuel.

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