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This weekend's CSI2* Grand Prix winners

Monday, 30 May 2016
CSI2* Reims/Wierden/Ciekocinko 2016

Abdel Said with Hope Van Scherpen Donder. Photo (c) Jenny Abrahamsson.
Abdel Said and Hope Van Scherpen Donder won the Grand Prix in Reims. Archive photo (c) Jenny Abrahamsson.

Abdel Said (EGY) and Hope van Scherpen Donder (Quadrillo x Balou du Rouet) was the best combination in the Grand Prix de la Ville de Reims after two super clear rounds. The only other combination to produce two clear rounds was Cedric Hurel (FRA) and Tarquin (Lauxley de Breve x Dinamic III). The fastest jump-off came from Rene Lopez (COL) and Twig du Veillon (Ambroise Breteche x Tornado d’Hotot*HN), but four faults placed them third.

Jelmer Hoekstra (NED) was the best rider in the CSI2* Grand Prix in Wierden. Riding Quinoa Des Rioletts (Calvaro Z x Fort Grandchamp) Hoekstra crossed the finish line on a clean sheet and 1,51 seconds ahead of runners-up Michael Greeve (NED) and Eurohill’s Africa (Guidam x Voltaire). Third place went to Austria’s Julia Keyser and Sterrehof’s Ushi (Vigo D´Arsouilles x Goethe).

Santiago Lambre (MEX) took another Grand Prix win at the Baltica Tour in Ciekocinko, Sunday. This weekend Lambre’s partner was the KWPN-gelding Johnny Boy (Johnny Boy II x Silvio I). Two German riders followed Lambre as Cassandra Orchel and Marc Bettinger ended second and third riding Acanthya (Adlantico AS x Argentinus) and Quincy W (Quinnus II x Continue) respectively.


Text © World of Showjumping // Picture © Jenny Abrahamsson

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