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This weekend's CSI2* Grand Prix winners

Monday, 19 October 2015
CSI2* Asten/Lier/Chevenez/Le Mans/Lezno/Cagnes-Sur-Mer/Wiener Neustadt

Marcell Marschal won the CSI2 Grand Prix in Leszno. Photo (c) Malgorzata Frysztak.
Marcell Marschal won the CSI2 Grand Prix in Leszno. Photo (c) Malgorzata Frysztak.

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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