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The weekend's Grand Prix winners

Sunday, 06 April 2014

Holger Wulscnher and Fine Lady won the Grand Prix in Oliva on Sunday. Photo by World of Showjumping.Holger Wulschner and Fine Lady (Forsyth x Drosselklang II) were outstanding in the CSI3* Grand Prix in Oliva Nova on Sunday. Wulschner had one of four double clears in the class, and was more than four seconds faster than runner-up Rene Tebbel with Cooper (Colman x Limbus) securing double German on top in the Grand Prix that concluded the tour in Oliva in 25 degrees and sun. Great Britain's Tim Stockdale ended third riding the promising Fresh Direct the Toymaker (Casall x Joost) ahead of Cameron Hanley on Living the Dream (Toulon) in fourth with the final double clear of the day. Fifth was Katharina Offel on Charlie (Cornet Obolensky x Potsdam) who had a pole on the final oxer down in the jump-off.

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On Saturday Hanley won the three star Grand Prix in Oliva, that was rescheduled due to last Sunday's weather. Aboard Caretina de Joter (Caretino x Contender), Hanley left Sunday's winner Holger Wulschner behind him in second on Cha Cha Cha G (Casall x Le Gran) - as the German rider was over a second slower in the jump-off. Home rider Luis Jesus Escobar was third on SIEC Contessina (Contendro x Pik Solo).

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Albert Zoer and Abra Kadabra (Vancouver x Calvados) won their second Grand Prix in a month when they took home the CSI3* Grand Prix at the Z-Tour in Lanaken. Only five riders managed to be clear in the jump-off and the Dutch rider was slightly faster than South-Africa's Oliver Lazarus with Pour Le Poussage (Polytraum x Ladalco). Third place went to Australia's Phillip Lever on Essini (Cassini I x Caligula II), fourth place to Kim Thiry with Calisto van de Windheuvel (Kannan x Faylasouf) and fifth place to another Australian rider; Evie Buller ridinhg Stanley (Silvio I x Glücksgriff).

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Earlier in the week Gregory Wathelet won the CSI2*Grand Prix at the Z-Tour with Algorhythem (Tampa x Calvados) ahead of Denis Lynch with Coulisa (Couleur-Rubin x Sandro). Christian Ahlmann and Little Lady Z ( Laptop x Grannus) ended third.

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It was home rider Julien Epaillard that won the three star Grand Prix in Hardelot. Riding the Dollar du Murier-son Qarat de la Loge, the French rider had one of four double clears in the class with a time in the jump-off that was over three seconds faster than that of runner-up Cassio Rivatti on Quebracho Semilly (Diamant de Semilly). Third place went to another French rider; Simon Delestre aboard Ryan des Hayettes (Hugo Gesmeray) who was 0.01 seconds behind Rivetti against the clock.

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At the Toscana Tour in Arezzo, Roger Yves Bost won the three star Grand Prix with over 1,5 seconds. Bosty was riding Poker des Dames (Nabab de Reve x Hurlevent). Belgium's Olivier Philippaerts with Armstrong van de Kapel (Quasimodo Z x Farn) ended second and Dutch rider Leopold van Asten and VDL Groep Zidane (Heartbreaker x Calando I) were third.

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Sebastien Duplant and Pegase du Murier (Adelfos x Le Tot de Semilly) ended on top in the two star Cagnes-Sur-Mer Grand Prix ahead of Francois Xavier Boudant with Armani v Overis Z (Air Jordan Z x Darco). Third place went to Axel van Colen and the Kannan-son Record de Pleville.

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Pius Schwizer took home the CSI2* Grand Prix in San Giovanni riding Baros (Casco x Larino). Andreas Brenner on Trebox Acorada (Acorado x Lands River) wasn't far behind ending second ahead of Filippo Moyersoen on Canada (Cornet Obolensky x Paramo K).

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