It was Emanuele Gaudiano that won the two star Grand Prix in Lamprechtshausen. The Italian rider took home the win on the 16 year old Belgian bred Uppercut DS (Nonstop x Feinschnitt I), with one of only three clear jump-off rounds in this 1.50 class that counted about 40 riders. Gaudiano was over two seconds faster than runner-up Bronislav Chudyba aboard Concano (Come On x Grannus), while Andrzej Lemanski was third riding the lovely Bischof L (Bachus x Fernando).
Jerome Hurel took home the two star Grand Prix in Sandillon. The French rider rode the nine year old Ultimo van ter Moude-son Quartz Rouge to victory in this 32-rider class, and had only 0,07 seconds down to number two who was Walter Lapertot aboard Wodan (Darco x Ranke). Benedicte Franquet and Zerona (Mermus R x Voltaire) ended third.
At Magna Racino the final of the Diamond Tour went to veteran Steven Whitaker on Locarno 62. On the 17 year old stallion by Lord Calidos, the British rider had the fastest time in the jump-off at 36.94 seconds. Another British rider ended as runner-up; Geoff Billington on Uppercut (Nairobi x Zeoliet) – who rode to the time of 39.17 seconds. Germany’s Otto Steurer ended third on Wirbelwind III.
The three star Grand Prix in Maubeuge was won by home rider Alexandra Francart aboard Doremi (Quidam de Revel x Cento). The French rider had one of four double clears in the class, leaving Francois Brichart behind her in second and Cristophe Vanderhasselt in third.
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