Lukasz Koza, Marlon Zanotelli and Dag Ove Kingsrød are this weekend’s CSI2* Grand Prix winners. In Magna Racino it was Lukasz Koza from Poland that won the Grand Prix on El Camp (by Campari M). Koza was one of two riders to reach the jump-off, where both he and home rider Markus Saurugg on Texas I (by Acorado) had four faults – with the Polish rider winning with the fastest time. Third was Yahor Morotski on Wacantos (by Cantos) with two time penalties in the first round.
At the Mediterranean Equestrian Tour in Oliva, Spain, Marlon Zanotelli went out as the winner on Ode des Roches (First de Launay x Tu Viens Dorval) With one of three double clear rounds, but by far the fastest time the Brazilian rider was victorious – leaving Simone Wettstein from Switzerland to second aboard Clipmyhorse Cash and Go (Cash and Carry x Conerto II), over two seconds behind. German rider Jörg Oppermann was third on the lovely Che Guevara 17 (Concept x Rebel Z).
At the Arctic Equestrian Games the Big Tour Grand Prix went to home rider Dag Ove Kingsrød on Dimaro VD Looise Heide (Kashmir Van Schuttershof x Flamenco Desemilly). Kingsrød had one of two double clears in the class, and took home the win with the time of 32.75 ahead of another Norwegian rider Sandra Løvås on Pedro (Peridot x Dynamo) at 36.67. The fastest time of the day belonged to German rider Mike Patric Leichle at 32.03 second, but he had four faults aboard RPM Canturado (Canturo x Acord II).
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