The CSI2* Grand Prix in Magna Racino went to Michel Hendrix aboard Wait and See. The thirteen fence track was huge and very technical, giving the forty riders in the class a true test. The Dutch rider was the best though, and stopped the clock at 40.78 seconds in the jump-off. A little behind was German rider Tim Hoster on Bario van T Martendonkerf with the time of 41.67 seconds in the jump-off. Home rider Julia Kayser ended third on Sterrehof's Uschi, also she clear with 41.90 seconds in the hump-off. Kayser was the third and last clear the second time around. The fastest time of the day belonged to Cloe Aston, but the British rider had a rail down.
In Linz the two star Sprehe Grand Prix was won by the living legende Hugo Simon on the fantastic C.T (Casall x Claudio). The Austrian rider and the eight year old chestnut had one of three clears in the jump-off, ending on a time of 37.38. Manfred Ege stopped the clock on 39.94 seconds with Utopia 48 (Concas) - ending second, while third place went to Kristian Kniha aboard Taalex (Tangelo van de Zuthoeve).Theo Muff was fastest in the jump-off, but had four faults recorded.
The three star Grand Prix in Liege saw another legend record another win; John Whitaker on the amazing Arko-son Argento. The pair is really on form at the moment, they also won the Grand Prix in Odense in October.
Niall Talbot won the Grand Prix in Oliva Nova with Nicos de la Cense before Natalia Golding with Just Cruising and Jan Chrzanowski with Dundee vd Dwerse Hagen.
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