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Sunday's Grand Prix winners

Sunday, 02 November 2014

Ashlee Bond with Chela LS - here seen in Falsterbo earlier this year. Photo by Jenny Abrahamsson.Ashlee Bond won the CSI3* Grand Prix in Liege on Chela LS (Chapultepec la Silla x Tlaloc la Silla). The American rider had one of eleven double clear rounds in the 1.55 class that counted almost sixty riders, and beat Great Britain’s John Whitaker and Argento (Arko Iii x Gasper) by 0.17 seconds in the jump-off. Third place went to the Netherland’s Frank Schuttert on Epleaser van’t Heike (For Pleasure x Nabab de Reve) who finished a little over a second behind the winner.

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Sweden's Angelie von Essen won Sunday's CSI2* 1,45 m Grand Prix in Oliva Nova riding Cream Sheridan (Capuccino x Irco Mena). As many as eight riders went double clear in the class, but no one could catch the 36,88 seconds that von Essen finished the shortened track on. Great Britain's Jessica Mendoza and Spririt T (Tornado x Carnaval Drum) got closest with a time of 37,19 seconds, while Italy's Giovanni Lucchetti with Bella Strade (Lord Z x Damiro) ended third.

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The CSI2* Boll Grand Prix was won by home rider Niklas Krieg with Carella 5 (Clearway x Concerto II). The runner-up was also from Germany - David Will on High Voltage SB (Quaprice), while Dutch rider Edwin Smits on Copain du Perchet Ch (Conteur x Ragazzo) took the third place.

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The CSI2* Grand Prix in Mijas went to Ireland's Marion Hughes. Riding HHS Pinky (O.B.O.S. Quality x Diamonds are Trumps) Hughes finished with a double clear round and a time of 39.98 seconds in the jump-off. Runner-up was Germany's Andreas Brenner on Cronos 17 (Corrado I x Lord), who stopped the clock on 40.31 seconds in round two. Third place went to Fabienne Daigneux-Lange on Venue D'Fees des Hazall (President x Alcatras).

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The German riders dominated the Grand Prix of Linz by taking the top four places. Maximilian Ziegler won the class riding Asgaard (Acorado x Calido I) ahead of Max Kühner and Cornet Kalua (Cornet Obolensky x Platin). Third place went to Benjamin Wulschner with For me (For Pleasure x Galoubet A) and Maximilian Lill ended fourth with Capuccino (Clerus x Mytens xx).

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