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Sunday's Grand Prix winners

Sunday, 14 October 2012

Claudia Gisler won in St. Lo. Photo provided by Pixizone PR Agency.The three star Grand Prix of the City of Saint-Lô - Conurbation Saint-Lô went to Claudia Gisler and Touchable. Only two couples out of 59 managed to qualify for the jump-off. The Swiss rider finally beat Reynald Angot from France.  Angot, third to start, made ​​the first clear round. One would think he would show the way but it was the opposite. It was not until the 38th rider that another clear round came, this time from Gisler. The jump-off was a French-Swiss battle on a course reduced to eight obstacles.

As first to go Angot had a difficult task: to go fast without dropping a pole. Unfortunately, the seventh fence, a vertical in the colors of Saint-Lô proved fatal. Claudia was next and had one strategy; a clear round. With her 12 year old Dutch stallion Touchable, she went around the track in cathedral silence. Claudia Gisler was simply untouchable, and cleared the course - much to her joy! Nicolas Delmotte signed the fastes four fault round  and ended third.

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The two star Grand Prix in Assenwas won by Leon Thijssen and the Numero Uno-stallion Tyson. Leon had one of five clears in the jump-off, and was slightly faster than runner-up Vincent Voorn on Audi's Gestions Priamus Z (Pucci x Grannus) - only fractions separated the two at 33.53 seconds versus 33.87. Third place went to British rider Tim Stockdale on Fresh Direct Kalico Bay (Limmerick x Crusing) in 34 seconds.

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The two star Grand Prix in Odense was won by Dutch rider Joy Lammers on T Sellie 15 (Namelus R x Coriander). Joy had one of eleven double clears in the class, but had the fastest time in the jump-off at 33.51 seconds. Two Danish riders followed; Martin Dinesen on Zorland D (Corland x Indoctro) was second and Sören Knudsen on Harry K (Equeste Carnute x Robin Z II) third.

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