The most beautiful plaits on Glock's London N.O.P! All photots (c) Jenny Abrahamsson.
Steve Guerdat looking very happy with Albfuehren's Paille after their jump-off.
Douglas Lindelöw produced a first clear round on Casello which was much appreciated by the home crowds, and secured a spot in the final in Las Vegas.
Edwina Tops-Alexander produced a great first clear on Fair Light van't Heike.
Judy-Ann Melchior and As Cold as Ice Z ended fifth after two beautiful clear rounds.
Marcus Ehning did his World Cup debut on the home-bred Funky Fred.
Nicola Philippaerts in his new H&M outfit aboard Challenge v Begijnakker.
Harrie Smolders missed out on any points in Gothenburg, and without them he will not make it to the final as he picked up all of his points - which were enough for Las Vegas - outside the Western European League.
Fourth: Jur Vrieling and VDL Zirocco Blue N.O.P.
Kevin Staut had the fastest round of those on four faults in the jump-off, and ended 7th on Silvana HDC.
Luca Maria Moneta's Connery stretches out and up!
Henrik von Eckermann and Cantinero ended 6th with the final double clear of the class.
Daniel Deusser is pre-qualified for the final after winning it last year, here seen on Erco van't Roosakker.
Francesco Franco posted a first clear round on Banca Popolare Bari Cassandra.
Maikel van der Vleuten on VDL Groep Arera C - clear in the first round.
Marco Kutscher did not have the best show until the World Cup, where he ended third on Cornet's Cristallo!
The fastest on those on four faults in the first round was Patrice Delaveau on Orient Express HDC.
Rolf-Göran Bengtsson's Casall Ask keeps on delivering, and was again double clear and second.
Pius Schwizer's Toulago was back in the ring in great form, and clear in the first round.
Scott Brash on his relatively new addition Hello Guv'Nor.
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