It was Natalia Simonia with Kilar (Carolus I x Rocadero) who was best in the CSI2* Grand Prix in Lezno, Poland. With her 37,92 seconds in the jump-off she was more than two seconds faster than Aleksandra Lusina and Caius (Caretino x Contender) that ended second. Third place went to Paulina Malinowska on Chirivell (Calato x Calido).
Switzerland's Alexandra Fricker and Albfuehren's Paille won the Magna Racino Grand Prix yesterday. Alexandra had one of four double clears in the jump-off on the 10 year old Kannan-daughter, and was by far the fastest at a time of 42.53 seconds. Second place went to Norwegian Therese Søhol Henriksen riding Feloetsghe vd Rhamdiahoveve (Querlybet Hero x Heartbreaker), who was a second behind Fricker's time in the jump-off. Cian O'Connor ended third with Blue Loyd (Landor S x Hadj A x).
Gregory Wathelet and Etoile M (Toulon x Lys de Darmen) took home the CSI2* Grand Prix in Neeroeteren, Belgium. The Belgian rider had one of seven double clears in this class, and was a second faster in the jump-off than runner-up Lorenzo De Luca on Ferox B (Quidam de Revel x Contender). Constant van Paesschen with Ralphy Utopia de Ransbeck ended third.
The French riders dominated the CSI2* Grand Prix in St. Lo by taking the top five prizes. Best of them was Thomas Rousseau with the Verdi-son Pacific du Criolo who won ahead of Penelope Leprevost on Flora de Mariposa (For Pleasure x Power Light) and Julien Mesnil with the Diamant de Semilly-mare Perle du Marais.
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