Italy’s Filippo Moyersoen and the Netherland's Jur Vrieling shared the honors in Sunday’s 100,000 Euro GLOCK's Grand Prix in Treffen, Austria. It was a star studded field of riders that had lined up to compete for the win in 1.60 class – and in the end no less than eighteen of them went on to the jump-off whereas four of them were home riders.
Filippo Moyersoen put on a brilliant jump-off round and galloped over the finish line on 33.21 seconds error free aboard the 11-year-old Westphalian mare Loro Piana Canada (Corneto Obelensk x Paramo K). No one seemed to be able to catch him, but as second-last-to-go Jur Vrieling managed to copy the Italian rider's performance on VDL Bubalu (.Baloubet du Rouet x Nimmerdor) – making it a tied win!
Only eleven hundredths slower than Vrieling, was his compatriot Wout-Jan van der Schans on the KWPN gelding Cape Town (Oklund x Carlino) who slotted into third on a time of 33.32 seconds.
Source: Press release from Glock's Horse Performance Center
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