There have been several CSI2* Grand Prix classes around this weekend, and here are the winners:
The CSI2* Grand Prix in Asten (NED), went to Portugal's Rodrigo Giesteira Almeida riding Jk Horsetrucks Chantilly (Calvaro x Lys De Darmen). Almeida had the only double clear of the class, that only saw three riders moving on to the jump-off. Two Dutch riders followed in second and third; Kevin Jochems on Kadans Como (Cesano II x Quinar) and Jarno van Erp on Al Capone (Lupicor x Concorde).
At CSI2* Lier (BEL) it was home rider Pieter Devos that won on Dylano (Cento Lano x Athlet Z). With nine riders in the jump-off, Devos was the fastest out of the five double clears at 33.12 seconds. Over a second behind followed Pieter's wife Caroline Poels-Devos on Apart (Larino x Burggraaf) while third place went to France's Anne Sophie Godart Hemeryck riding Vidretta M de Bellignies (Canadian River x Randel Z).
In Chevenez (SUI), Colombia's Carlos Lopez won the Grand Prix on Prince de la Mare (Bequin de Moens x Socrate de Chivre). With no less than 16 riders in the jump-off, it turned out to be a real race against the clock to get on the podium and it was only 0.20 seconds that separated Lopez from home rider Paul Estermann on Lord Pepsi (Lord Pezi x Santander). Another Swiss rider ended third; Edwin Smits on Dandiego B Z (Dutch Capitol).
In Le Mans (FRA), it was home hero Roger Yves Bost that won the Grand Prix aboard Sunshine du Phare (Kannan x Domino de Moyon). 0.14 seconds behind on Bosty's time in the jump-off was Simon Le Vot riding Quadillac les Parts (Flipper d'Elle x Muguet du Manoir), while Francois Xavier Boudant completed an all-French podium on Ciento (Viento Uno x Holland).
In Lezno (POL), Germany's Marcel Marschall won the Grand Prix on Fenia van't Klapscheut (Cicero x Ahorn Z). Marschall had one of four double clear rounds in the class, but was 0.40 seconds faster than runner-up Peter Geerink from Netherlands riding Another Pleasure (For Pleasure x Ramiro Z). Third place went to home rider Aleksandra Kozanecka on Calingka (Cardento x Emillion).
In Cagnes-Sur-Mer (FRA) it was a home win for Charles Henri Ferme riding Sacre Coeur (Salieri). The second and last double clear of the class belonged to runner-up Stella Trumpi on Cold As Ice 2 (Casall x Linaro) from Switzerland, while third place went to France courtesy of Marie Hecart on Precieuse Platiere (Dollar de la Pierre) who had to record four faults after a fast jump-off.
Germany's Jörne Sprehe won the CSI2* Grand Prix in Wiener Neustadt (AUT) riding Stakki's Jumper (Stakkato Gold x Gouverneur). Sprehe was by far the fastest in the jump-off, with almost five seconds down to runner-up Urs Fäh from Switzerland on Quansas des Ivernons (Dollar de la Pierre x Lago). Third place went to Hungary's Mariann Hugyecz on Chacco-Boy (Chacco-Blue).
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