The CSI3* Mercedes Grand Prix in Beervelde, was won by Simon Delestre on the only eight year old Stardust Quinhon (Calvaro x Cabdula du Tillard). The French rider had one of three double clear rounds in the 1.50 competition, and left home rider Gilles Dunon on Wesselina (Cumano x Mytens) behind him in second place – over two seconds behind on the clock. Third – with the last double clear of the class – was Neriske Prinsloo on Effect van den Bischop (Clinton x Landetto).
The CSI3* Mercedes-Benz Grand Prix in Bratislava went to France's Louis Bouhana. Riding Qlandestin Sas (Elan de la Cour), the French rider had one of seven clear rounds in the jump-off and was over two seconds faster than Switzerland's Werner Muff on Pollendr (Pollytraum x Corrado). Third went to USA's Kaitlin Dawn Campbell on Rocky W (Libero H x Corofino).
Home rider Maikel van der Vleuten and VDL Groep Arera C (Indoctro x Voltaire) went to the top in the CSI2* Grand Prix in Roosendaal. The Dutch rider had one of twelve clear rounds in the jump-off, with the fastest time of the competition at 33.06 seconds. As runner-up followed Belgium's Karel Cox on Gentleman (Couleur Rubin x Clinton) on the time 33.33 seconds. Third place went to another home rider; Harrie Wiering aboard World Wide (Corland x Animo).
German riders dominated the CSI2* 1.45/1.50 Grand Prix in Verden. Tobias Meyer won on Seal 5 (Stakkato Gold x Rebel Z I) with the fastest of the five clears in the jump-off. Over three seconds behind followed Joachim Heyer on Aquarell PW (Argentinus x Zeus), and in third came Christian Glienewinckel on Levisto's Pleasure (Levisto x For Pleasure). This was definitely Meyer's show; he won two other 1.45 classes during the weekend in Verden as well.
Samantha Lam and Adonis (Pino x Lancer II) won the CSI2* 1.45 Grand Prix in Wiener-Neustadt. Behind the rider from Hong Kong, followed two German riders as Andreas Brenner and Showman 11 (Sunrise x Loriot) finished second and Andreas Knippling and Entre Nous (Ephebe F. Ever x Calido I) third. Lam had the only clear round of the jump-off in this competition.
Canada's Tatiana Dzavik won the Baltica Tour CSI2* 1.45 Grand Prix. Riding Delphine DH (Triumph de Muze x Capital), Dzavik produced one of eight clear rounds in the jump-off but was the fastest one at 35.76 seconds. Runner-up was Mike Patrik Leichle on Folinde van het Slagershof (Contact vd Heffinck x J Attack D El Pantireye ) on a time of 35.99 seconds. Home rider Krzyszto Ludwiczak was third on Zoweja (Burggraaf x Libero H), in a time of 36.37 in the jump-off.
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