All reason to smile: As last to go in a five horse jump-off, Hans-Dieter Dreher ended as the winner on the stunning Embassy II. All photos (c) Jenny Abrahamsson.
Geir Gulliksen recorded one of his best results to date when he ended second on Edesa S Banjan after two fantastic clear rounds.
Luca Maria Moneta also impressed, ending third on Connery with the last double clear of the class.
Douglas Lindelöw continued his good form, and ended fifth on Casello.
Felix Hassmann and Horse Gym's Balzaci had to settle for 4th after two down in the jump-off.
David Will was maximum unlucky to have the last fence down with Colorit in the first round after a beautiful performance.
The lovely Carlo 273 with Sergio Alvarez Moya in the saddle.
Kevin Staut was the fastest of the ones on four faults in the first round and was 6th on Reveur de Hurtebise HDC, climbing up to 2nd position in the Western European League.
And right behind him was his colleague Patrice Delaveau on Lacrimoso HDC.
The winners from Stuttgart William Whitaker and Fandango was the first pair outside the ribbons.
While his team mate Jessica Mendoza was placed 9th on Spirit T.
Marcus Ehning gives Singular LS La Silla a little TLC.
Max Kühner did his first World Cup under the Austrian flag aboard Coeur de Lion.
And finally: The winners! Congratulations to Hansi and Embassy!
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