Will we see them at the Europeans? Ludger Beerbaum's Swedish stable jockey Henrik von Eckermann partners up with Coup de Couer and ends up second in the Grand Prix. All photos by Jenny Abrahamsson.
Quite a coffee table; Andreas Knippling takes a rest in the sun.In-form David Will on Don ceSar end up third with one fence down in the first round.Looks like Christoph Brüse is holding his breath on Common Sense 2 to end up as nr. seven in the GP.Gerco Schröder and his wonderful Eurocommerce California end up as number five in the GP.June's Rolex One to Watch Hans Dieter Dreher has done vey well lately; here on Embassy II which was placed in the GP.He's rank two in the world and defending European Champion; Kevin Staut, here on Zeta de Hus on which he had seven penalties in the GP.Lars Nieberg and Quiletta du Domaine are number nine.Marco and the Allerdings had two down.Peter Wylde looks very focused on Unbelivable.