The CSI3* Grand Prix in Wiener Neustadt was won by the legendary Hugo Simon on C T (Casall x Claudio). The Austrian rider had the only double clear in the 1.50 Grand Prix with a winning round, and took a very popular home win. Hugo was joined by another nine riders for the winning round, where Turkey's Omer Karaevli ended second on Dadjak Ter Puttenen (Toulpn x Vanitas) with one time penalty from the first round. The same went for Germany's Max Kühner on Cornet Kalua (Conet Obolenksy x Platin) who slotted into third with a slower time in the second round than Karaevli.
The CSI2* Grand Prix in Marienheem went to home rider Maureen Bonder riding Alex (Arpeggio x Mon Cheri). The Dutch rider had one of nine double clear rounds in the 1.45 Grand Prix, but was the fastest one in the jump-off at 29.79 seconds pushing her compatriot Pim Mulder on Amigo (Casco x Concorde) down to second on a time of 30.43. Third was American rider Andrew Ramsey on Winn Winn (Chin Chin x Wagenaar) on a time of 30.78 seconds.
The CSI2* Grand Prix in Strazeele was won by Peder Fredricson on H&M Sibon (Sibon W x Baloubet du Rouet). The Swedish rider had one of the six double clear rounds in this 1.45 class, where the second place went to home rider Alexis Borrin on Ruby de la Fosse (Cabdula du Tillard) – with well over a second separating the two riders. Third place belonged to Belgium's Olivier Seynhaeve on Espoir (Surcouf de Revel x Laudanum Xx).
The CSI2* Grand Prix in Vilamoura saw Ben Maher and Diva II (Kannan x Berlioz) on top. Just a little under a second behind the British rider followed Switzerland's Pius Schwizer riding Baros (Casco x Larino) – also he double clear. Third place went to another British rider; John Whitaker aboard Woulon L (Toulon x G.Ramiro Z).
The CSI2* Grand Prix in Barbizon ended up with two home riders on top. Marie Hecart won on Quatuor de B Neville (Col Canto), while Margaux Bost was second riding AS de Papignies (Kashmir van Schuttershof x Ahorn Z) – both girls were double clear with 0.42 seconds separating them in the jump-off. The third and final double clear in the 1.45 Grand Prix came from Spain's Diego Perez-Bilbao on Zydoctro vd Kapel (Indoctro x Landwind).
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