Felix Hassmann won the CSI3* World Cup Grand Prix in Poznan riding Horse Gym's Balzaci (Balou du Rouet x Landadel). Only three riders managed to be double clear and Felix took home the win after stopping the clock in the jump-off at 36,48 seconds. Michal Kazmierczak with Stakorado (Stakkato Gold x Acorado) needed 37,76 to the finish line and had to settle for the second place. Third place went to Bert Prouve on Cadida van het Provahof (Lux).
Ashlee Bond won the CSI2* Grand Prix in Opglabbeek riding the 10 year old Agrostar (Argentinus x Alme Star). Bond was just slightly faster than second placed Harrie Smolders with Exquis Walnut de Muze (Nabab de Reve x Chin Chin) and in third place followed James Paterson-Robinson on Boris III (Burggraaf). Three double clear riders followed - Andreas Kreuzer with Reskiou de la Roque (Kannan x Adelfos), Shka. Latifa Al Maktoum on Peanuts de Beaufour (Diamant de Semilly x Perhaps Vh) and Lorenzo de Luca aboard Voice de Longchamps (Toulon x Bon Ami).
Bertram Allen continued his fantastic form by winning the CSI2* Grand Prix in Lichtenvoorde. 23 riders qualified for the jump-off but no one could beat Bertram riding Wild Thing L (Montreux x Lux). Tim Rieskamp-Gödeking - riding Quapitola de Beaufour (Diamant de Semilly x Kannan) - got closest and ended second ahead of Mark Bunting with Eurohill's Alcatraz (Heartbreaker x Polydox). Vincent Voorn on Athena (Berlin x Carnute) and Lars Nieberg on Casallora (Casall x Lennon) followed in fourth and fifth place.
The CSI2* Grand Prix in Paris went to Jessica Mendoza on Spirit T (Tornado x Carnaval Drum). The British rider had one of four double clear rounds in this 1.45 class, and was the fastest one at 39.12 seconds. Runner-up was Timothee Anciaume on Olympique Libellule (Jarnac x Papillon Rouge), while Cindy van der Straten-Marie ended third on Christina Sport Zep (Phin Phin x Corrrado I).
The CSI2* Grand Prix in Barcelona was won by Marie Demonte with Qoatao de L'Isle ahead of Joao Pedro Gomes on Eclectra S and Philippe Wolff on Nusty de Proximart. These three were the only ones qualified for the jump-off. Then four riders followed with one time penalty and Pedro Veniss was the fastest of the four - ending on fourth place.
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