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German domination at the CSIO Nations Cup in Wierden

Monday, 08 June 2015
CSIO Dutch Youngster Festival Wierden

Kelly Jochems en Zelena. Foto (c) FotoTrailer.
Kelly Jochems and Zelena came second in the CSIO 1.40 Junior Grand Prix in Wierden. Foto (c) FotoTrailer.

The CSIO 1.45 Young Rider Grand Prix in Wierden went to Austria’s Victoire Martin on Viper van Huize Ruisdael (Feliciano x Dark D’Amour). With only one of two double clear rounds in this class, Martin was 0.42 seconds faster than Italy’s Filippo Garzilli on Adelscot (Stakkato x Contender). Third – with the fastest time in the jump-off, but on the expense of a rail – was Belgium’s Pieter Kenis on Grey van de Castanoschans (Clinton x Lys de Darmen).

In the CSIO 1.40 Junior Grand Prix, Lichtenstein’s Vanessa-Joy Nägele went to the top riding Energie Des Trois Bouleaux (Toulon x Orlando). There were five double clear rounds in the class, but Nägele was the fastest with a time of 36.07 in the jump-off. Close behind in 35.55 seconds followed the Netherland’s Kelly Jochems on Zelena (Baloubet du Rouet x Ahorn), while Great Britain’s Harry Charles was third on Vivaldi du Dom (Casall x Veneur du Prelet).

Germany dominated the Nations Cup, with wins in all four divisions – for ponies, children, junior and young riders.

The winning CSIO Junior Nations Cup team consisted of Philip Houston on Kanell (Kannan x Quick Star), Teike Carstensen on Cara Mia 85 (Colman x Barnaul), Theresa Ripke on Calmado (Casall x Landadel) and Leonie Krieg on Champerlo (Counter x Lasino). The Germans had a total of eight faults, and were followed by the Dutch team in second with a total of twelve faults which was also the result for Great Britain.

On the victorious CSIO Young Rider Nations Cup team was Kaya Lüthi on Wilane (Baloubet du Rouet x Widolan), Guido Klatte on Qinghai (Quidam de Revel x Cordalme), Tobias Bremermann on Quintino B (Qubec x Concerto II) and Laura Klaphake on Cinsey (Contendro I x For Pleasure). A total of ten faults was the result for the German team, and two penalties behind in second was France. Third place went to Italy with a total score of fifteen penalties.

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