They are in top form at the moment; first they won the Grand Prix in Dortmund in the beginning of March, then they won the Grand Prix at the Z-Tour last weekend and this weekend they were fourth in the Grand Prix. Albert Zoer and Abra Kadabra keep up their record of great rounds together, and look like a pair to watch for this season. All photos by World of Showjumping.
Angelica Augustsson showed her new ride Quiet Easy 4 in the Grand Prix - a horse previously seen under Great Britain's Chloe Aston and Ben Maher.
And her boss Enda Carroll was also present - all dressed up and looking good.
Bart Bles made sure it was double Dutch on top in yesterday's Grand Prix at Zangersheide, ending second on the stallion Lord Sandro DDH after two clear rounds.
Jos Lansink was forced to watch ringside - with his arm in a sling after his accident last week.
Pia Luise Aufrecth and Bo Vaanholt ready to watch.
In Sunday's Grand Prix Gerco Schröder ended 6th on Zamora - with a single time penalty in the first round.
Yet again Frank Schuttert impressed all on the unconventional Winchester HS - to take the win.
The fastest jump-off in the Grand Prix yesterday was produced by this couple; Douglas Lindelöw and Talina. Unfortunately the b-element in the combination fell to the ground, and they had to settle for third.
Alex Tyler-Morris keeping busy!
Enjoy Luis looks like Harrie Smolder's next star.
Scandinavians Sören Pedersen and Douglas Lindelöw having a chat.
Zenith SFN keeps on jumping great under Jeroen Dubbeldam. A single rail kept them away from the jump-off in the Grand Prix yesterday, but with only five clear rounds they still ended up in the ribbons.