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Sunday’s Grand Prix winners

Sunday, 16 February 2014

Jur Vrieling won at the Arctic Equestrian Games. Photo by Sandra Jimenez/ Vrieling won the two star Grand Prix at the Arctic Equestrian Games in Tönsberg, Norway. Aboard the lovely Zirocco Blue VDL (Mr. Blue x Voltaire) the Dutch rider had one of five double clear rounds in the class, which was filled with Norwegian riders. With a jump-off that was 1.62 seconds faster than that of runner-up and home rider Dag Ove Kingsröd on Dimaro VD Looise Heide (Kashmir Van Schuttershof x Flamenco Desemilly), the win went to Vrieling. It was a good day for the Gulliksen family in the Grand Prix; Geir ended third on Grand Balou 4 (Balou du Rouet x Grandeur), while Johan was fourth and Victoria sixth.

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Bianca Schoenmakers took home the win in the two star Grand Prix in Neeroeteren on Anastasia HDH (Oklund x Baloubet du Rouet). There were only two double clears in the class, and the second belonged to another Dutch rider – Kirsten Rikkert riding Sorrento (Kingston x Faram). Swedens’s Isabell Bengtsson followed in third, and Ukraine’s Cassio Rivetti in fourth with the only other first clear rounds of the class.

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The gold Grand Prix at the MET in Oliva was won by Marie Pelegrin Etter, who now rides for Switzerland. The win came aboard Admirable (A Jungle Prince x Rhytmo), after a double clear round and a jump-off that saw the clock stop at 45.55 seconds. Over a second behind followed Azerbaijan’s Jamal Rahimov riding Warrior (Tangelo van de Zuuthoeve x Heartbreaker), while Great Britain’s Chloe Aston was third on Kolibri Classic (Kolibris As x For Joy).

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The Grand Prix at the Vilamoura Atlantic Tour was won by Norway’s Cecilie Hatteland on Vesta III (Andiamo x Jus de Pomme). There were seven double clears in the class, but Hatteland was fastest with a jump-off time of 39.43 seconds. Then followed two Irish riders; Trevor Breen on Adventure de Kannan (Kannan x Ladalco) who was almost two seconds behind the winner, and Alexander Butler on Will Wimble (Touchdown x Roselier).

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