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Bettendorf and Stevens take big wins in Dortmund

Sunday, 25 March 2018
CSI4* Dortmund 2018

Photo (c) Stefan Lafrentz. Mario Stevens with Landano OLD. Photo (c) Stefan Lafrentz.

Saturday’s 1,50m Championat der Signal Iduna at the CSI4* event in Dortmund went to Mario Stevens (GER) with Landano OLD (Lord Pezi x C-Indoctro). Only four riders made it to the jump-off, after the time-allowed stopped four pair from participating, and it was Stevens who won the horse trailer after crossing the finish line in 37.27 seconds.

Max Kühner (AUT) with PSG Future (Cash and Carry x Lorentin I) finished second with a time of 37.48, while third place went to Robert Vos (NED) with Carat (Cardento x Krevad). Tim Rieskamp-Goedeking (GER) Bao Loi (Baloussini x Lancaster) ended fourth. Rank five to eight consisted of Markus Brinkmann (GER) with Pikeur Dylon (Diamant de Semilly x Carry), Denis Nielsen (GER) with Carlo S 4 (Clearway x Roderik), Thomas Kleis (GER) with Chades of Blue (Chacco Blue x Diamant de Semilly) and Frederick Trosche (GER) with Sam S (Stakkato Gold x Pluspunkt) – all with one time penalty.

It was Charlotte Bettendorf (LUX) who won the biggest class on Friday – the 1,50m Preis von Nordrhein-Westfalen. Also Bettendorf won a horse trailer after being the best of the nine in the jump-off riding Raia d’Helby (Chapultepec x Papillon Rouge). Second place went to Denis Nielsen (GER) with DSP Cashmoaker (Calido I x Lafitte) ahead of Robert Whitaker (GBR) with Catwalk IV (Colman x Corleone), Marc Houtzager (NED) with Sterrehof’s Edinus (Padinus x Columbus) and Markus Brinkmann (GER) with Pikeur Dylon (Diamant de Semilly x Carry). 

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