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Sunday's Grand Prix winners

Sunday, 28 October 2012

 Ludger and Chaman rode two brilliant rounds and won the DKB Riders Tour in Hannover. Here seen in Valkenswaard. Photo by Jenny Abrahamsson.Ludger Beerbaum and Chaman (Balouber du Rouet x I Love You) continued their winning ways, and took home the 6th leg of the DKB Riders Tour in Hannover on Sunday. The Grand Prix class had twelve riders in the jump-off, and Ludger had a time that was 0,17 seconds faster than that of runner-up Cassio Rivetti on Lord if de Chalusse 3 (If de Merze x Fury de la Cense). Clarissa Crotta enjoyed another good result for the season on her long-time partner West Side v. Meerputhoeve (Baloubet du Rouet x Apollonios), and ended third with the time of 37.99 in the jump-off. The last double clear belonged to Markus Renzel on Cassydy (Corrado I x Alcatraz), who ended fourth.

 

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The two star Grand Prix in Strazeele went to Gregory Wathelet aboard Baloudana (Baloubet du Rouet x Carthago Z). The Belgian rider was one of six double clears in the class, and had the fastest time the second time around at 33.09 seconds. In second place followed British rider Louise Saywelle on Winner with the time of 32.30, while Belgian rider Francois Brichart was third on Azimut Chavannais Z (Andiamo Z x Voltaire).


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In Oliva Nova home rider Jesus Garmendia Echevarria won the two star Grand Prix. The win came on Lord du Mont Millon, ahead of Marie Robert aboard Pidam de Paban. The Spanish rider had a time in the jump-off that was a little faster than that of the French rider; it was a matter of 40.82 vs. 42.05. In addition to these two riders, three more riders produced double clear rounds – and third place went to another Spanish rider; Santiagos Nunez Riva on Quarela de Toscane.

 

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In Genk, Joy Lammers took the win in the two star Grand Prix. Lammers' win came aboard T Sellie, ahead of Guido Hornesch on Concorde. Third place went to Mike Busschops aboard Covia Z.


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In Wiener Neustadt the two star Grand Prix was won by Dutch rider Jürgen Stenfert on Uutje (Monaco x Calypso). Piet Raijmakers Jr followed in second on Van Schijndels Valentino (Cavalier x Tangelo), while Max Kühner was third on Clooney 35 (Cardento x Voltaire).

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