Philip Weishaupt won the biggest class at the CSI4* Horses & Dreams event in Hagen on Saturday, taking hom the victory in the 1.50 class. The Preis der Hof Kasselmann GmbH & Co. KG had 56 riders in it, but with Philipp's double clear round and a time in the second phase of 26.65 seconds aboard Souvenir 29 (Stakkato x Lemon xx) the victory went to Germany. Second place also went to a home riders as Felix Haßmann rode to a time of 26.97 in the second phase on Cayenne WZ (Claudio x Ramirado). In third came Switzerland's Frederique Fabre Delbos (Rosire SF x Iris Landai) also she double clear, in the time of 27.07 seconds.
The 1.40 class went to Great Britain's John Whitaker and Woulon L (Toulon X6772 x G.Ramiro Z). Over a second behind in runner-up position followed home rider Andreas Kreuzer on Baquita (Baloubet du Rouet), and then came Philip Rüping in third riding Carlsson 41 (Carpalo).
The second qualifier for the Youngster Tour Final was won by Sweden's Henrik von Eckermann riding Cassini's Angel – a seven year old Holsteiner by Cassini II. Henrik was followed by another Scandinavian rider based in Germany; Sören Pedersen on the eight year old Oldenburger stallion Tailormade Confidence (Cordalme Z x Grannus). Germany's Guido Klatte and Quinghai (Quidam de Revel x Cordalme Z ) came in third. The best 30 competitors from the first two qualifiers will compete in the Final of the Youngster Tour on Saturday. The competition is endowed with Euro 5,000 prize money and a car for the best duo of the Youngster Tour – a special prize, given by the Johannpeter-family.
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