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This week's Grand Prix winners

Sunday, 23 February 2014

John and Argento. Photo by Moisés Basallote.The CSI3* Sunshine Tour Grand Prix went to John Whitaker and his fantastic partner Argento (Arko III x Gasper) ahead of home rider Eduardo Álvarez and Rokfeller de Pleville by L'Arc de Triomphe. Vincent Voorn ended third with Quinlan (Quidam's Rubin x Acrobat) with Francesco Franco/Banca Popolare Bari Cassandra and Roe Spencer/Wonder Why in the follwing places, all of them double clear.

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Max Kühner won the CSI2* Grand Prix in Magna Racino riding Cornet Kalua by Cornet Obolensky. Six riders qualified for the jump-off and Max secured the first place with a fast round in 40,04 seconds. Runner up was Jürgen Stenfert with Zabor (Regino x Calypso) at 40,91 seconds, with Nicole Schneller and Koby du Vartellier by Espoir Breceen in third place at 46,38 seconds.

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Faye Schoch and Nouvelle Europe Z (Nelson Z x Jimtown) won the CSI2* Grand Prix in Vilamoura ahead of Trevor Breen riding Adventure de Kannan (Kannan x Ladalco) and Bernado Alves with Kingly du Reverdy (Adelfos x Quito de Baussy). The top three were the only combinations producing two clear rounds out of the 61 riders in the class.

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At the CSI 2*Arctic Equestrian Games in Norway, Stein Endresen and Cassiopeia (Cellestial x Godavari xx) took a home win in the Kingsland Grand Prix on Saturday.  Melvin Greveling from the Netherlands ended second with Ultimeau (Niveau x Edison) and third place went to Kim Kristensen and Lynford (Licanto x Calido).

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The gold Grand Prix at the MET in Oliva was also this week won by Marie Pelegrin Etter, who now rides for Switzerland. The win came aboard Admirable (A Jungle Prince x Rhytmo), after a double clear round and a jump-off that saw the clock stop at 45.59 seconds. Over a second behind followed Azerbaijan's Jamal Rahimov riding Warrior (Tangelo van de Zuuthoeve x Heartbreaker), while the Netherland's Timothy Hendrix was third on Varanka SFN (Grand Corrado x Hamlet).

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