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Sunday’s Grand Prix winners

Sunday, 06 May 2012

Angelica Augustsson was the GP winner in Mannheim riding Mic Mac du Tillard. Photo by Jenny Abrahamsson. In Mannheim (CSI3*) the girls ruled as Angelica Augustsson with Mic Mac du Tillard (Cruising x Galoubet A) took home the win ahead of Katrin Eckermann riding Skik (Manhattan x Concorde) and Christina Liebherr aboard L.B Callas Sitte Z  (Calvaro Z x Aramis de la Cense). The show in Mannheim continues on until Tuesday and several riders that have been in Valencia for the Global Champions Tour will join up in Mannheim tomorrow.

Full results.


In Redefin (CSI2*) number one in the world - Rolf-Göran Bengtsson and Carusso LS La Silla (Portofino x Joost) were without any doubt the fastest clear combination as they were 4,53 seconds quicker than Andreas Kreutzer riding Chintan (Cento x Quattro B). Andreas Ripke was third with  Edelgaard’s Saqini (Quantum x Cassini I). For quotes and more up dates take a look at the related articles that have been published earlier today.

Full results.

Jssica Kürten and her relatively new ride Voss (Voltaire x Animo) drew the longest straw at Magna Racino (CSI3*) and could bring home an Opel Corsa. Marc Bettinger has perforemd amazing on the tour in Austria, and today he ended second  with Quannan-R (Kannan x A Lucky One). Zuzana Zelinkoca came third riding Lucas Ninja.

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In Lummen (CSIO4*) Hyundai was the sponsor of the Grand Prix and the car went to Jan Vinckier and Emilie de Diamant A S (Diamant de Semilly x Flipper d’Elle). The class had two rounds and one jump-off and Vinckier was the only rider with three clear rounds. The jump-off had only two riders - Vinckier and Dominique Hendrickx. Hendrickx and Cor van de Wateringhoeve (Thynder van de Zuuthoeve x Lys de Darmen) had the fastest time in the jump-off, but with four faults they had to settle for second place. John Whitaker came third riding one of his newer prospects - Maximillian (Carnute x Siouz De Baugy). They were double clear, but one time penalty kept them from riding the jump-off.

Full results.

At the CSI3* in Lamprechtshausen the victory went to Italy and Roberto Turchetto riding Baretto by Baldini. Steven Whitaker  and Locarno (Lord Calidos x Romino) were second with Simone Wettstein and Clipmyhorse Cash and Go (Cash and Carry x Concerto II) in third.

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