Martin Fuchs won the biggest class at the CSI3* event in Treffen yesterday, the 1.50 ranking class with a jump-off. After a great show in Zürich last weekend, where Fuchs became leading rider – he continued to impress in Austria on Saturday riding the 10-year-old Holsteiner gelding PSG Future (Cashandcarry x Lorentin I). The 27,000 Euro class, had a tricky track set by course builder Frank Rothenberger and in the end sixteen riders went on to the jump-off.
The class ended as it had begun: With a furiously fast round from the young Swiss rider as the first rider in the ring. Without once pulling back, the double junior European champion rode his PSG Future to a clear round at the time of 29.26 seconds and none of those to come could catch him.
Double Olympic gold medallist, World and European Champion Lars Nieberg came closest on the Casall-daughter Casallora – with a time of 32.19 seconds. The two-time silver medallist from the Olympic Games in London 2012, Gerco Schröder, ended third on Zamora (Quasimodo Z x Nimmerdor) about five seconds behind Fuchs.
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