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Victory to Victoria

Friday, 14 October 2011

Victoria Gulliksen won the opening five star class in Oslo. Photo by Jenny Abrahamsson.Click here for full results from the class.

Young rider Victoria Gulliksen won the first five star class at Kingsland Oslo Horse Show. It was a 1.40 class with a direct jump-off. Most of the riders used the class a warm up for the weekend, and many of them rode two horses – it was no less than 109 horses to start. 47 riders went on to the jump-off, where 33 produced another clear.

Victoria came in as last to go on Billy Buttercup (Vechta x Clover Hill), and gave the other riders a run for the money. The Norwegian rider - who is Geir Gulliksen's daughter - was fractions faster than Ludo Phillipaerts on Tauber vh Kapelhof (Darco x Pinkus), which was good enough to take the win. Third was Jur Vrieling on KM Whatever RV (Murano x Amethist). The best ten riders qualified for the Kingsland Prize class on Sunday.

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