The CSI2* Grosser Preis von Riesenbeck saw an American rider on top after a vey well-ridden jump-off from Chloe Reid and Codarco (Darco x Orame).
With the time playing an important role as well as the last fence causing problems for several riders, the first clear round in Riesenbeck did not come until rider number 15 entered the ring. In the end only six of the 40 riders went through to the jump-off.
Henrik von Eckerman came in as the second last to go in the jump-off and with some very sharp turns it looked like the Swedish rider would be victorious aboard Sansibar (Stakkato Gold x Wolkenstein). But Chloe Reid and her eight-year-old stallion Codarco proved everyone wrong with a super nice and forward jump-off as last to go. The American rider made it look very simple and not at all crazy fast, but she still crossed the finish line with the closest possible margin, being 0,01 seconds faster than von Eckermann. Third place went to Maikel van der Vleuten and VDL Groep Quatro (Quaprice x Caletto I).
Marlon Modolo Zanotelli (BRA) was the winner of the eight-horse jump-off in Vilamoura riding Sea Coast Ferly (Calato x Darco). Zanotelli was 1,52 seconds faster than runners-up Martin Dinesen Neergaard (DEN) and Woulon L (Toulon x G.Ramiro Z) with Luca Maria Moneta in third as the last rider with a clear jump-off.
In Cagnes-sur-Mer the winners were Jemma Kirk (GBR) and Quelisto (by J’ai L’Espoir d’Elle). Second place went to Philippe Putallaz (SUI) and Ouessant de Perhet (by Quidam de Revel) and Harold Boisset (FRA) was third riding T’Obetty du Domaine (by Kashmir van’t Shuttershof).
In Rosieres-Aux-Salines the Grand Prix went to Alexandra Francart (FRA) and Quelstar du Vic BILH (Fusain du Defey x Jokris). Rene Lopez (COL) was second with Querido du Tillard (Le Toto de Semilly x Narcos II) and the last double clear rider to secure third place was Guillaume Delhaye (SUI) and Richebour de Cartigny (Richebourg x Quidam de Revel).
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