The five star Grand Prix in Madrid was held yesterday and won by Harrie Smolders, but today the biggest class of the day – Trofeo El Corte Ingles (1.55) – was won by Sergio Alvares Moya on Zipper. The Spanish rider was one of four double clears in the class, and over a second faster in the jump-off than runner-up Shane Breen and Cos I Can. John Whitaker was third on the Arko-son Argento.
The four star First Horse Grand Prix in Copenhagen, Denmark, went to Hendrik-Jan Schuttert from the Netherlands. On the 11 year old Celano-mare Cerona HS Schuttert produced one of the six clear rounds in the class, and he managed a jump-off that was only fractions faster than British rider Joe Clee on Diablesse de Muze (Baloubet du Rouet x Nabab de Reve). Schuttert’s time was 46.49, while Clee’s time was 46.56. Trevor Coyle from Ireland ended third on Jubilee D’ouilly (Palestro II* Ecolit x Graphit). The fastest time in the jump-off belonged to four-faulter Carlos Ribas on 46.32.
The three star Grand Prix in Munich was won by Hans-Dieter Dreher on Embassy. Dreher was slightly ahead of in-from Marc Houtzager on Sterrehof’s Voltaire in the jump-off. Kathrin Müller was third on Shakespear 68 – she had the last double clear of the day.
Caroline Poels took home the three star Grand Prix in Kappelen, Belgium. The win came aboard Valley (Andiamo Z x Glorial). Poels was by far the fastest in the class on 32.46 in the jump-off, ahead of Jerome Guery on Waldo (Darco x Satgon) on 35.08 seconds. Third with one down in the jump-off was Hans-Günther Goskowitz on Carlanda (Orlando x Idolatre).
Malin Baryard-Johnsson won the Grand Prix in San Giovanni in Marignano, Italy. The win came on H&M Tornesch. Results from San Giovanni to follow when ready.
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