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Lisa Nooren wins the Marc Boers Flower Export Prize in Amsterdam

Sunday, 28 January 2018
CSI4* Jumping Amsterdam 2018

Picture © DigiShots / Lisa Nooren and Dienellie won Saturday's feature class in Amsterdam. Picture © DigiShots /

Saturday's main class at CSI4* Amsterdam was the Marc Boers Flower Export Prize, and yet again it was the hosts that stole the win. The 1.50m jump-off class saw 36 horse-and-rider combinations line up for the challenge, and ten of them cleared their way into the jump-off. 

First out in the jump-off was Ireland's Cameron Hanley on the 10-year-old mare Eis Isaura (Tinka's Boy x Darco). With an unfortunate pole down in a time of 39,15 seconds the pair had to settle for fifth spot in the end. Second to go was Lisa Nooren (NED) on the 10-year-old gelding Dienellie (Berlin x Lupicor), who took a brave canter around the arena and clocked an amazingly fast time of 37,21 seconds – that could not be beaten. John Whitaker (GBR) on the 10-year-old gelding Crumley (Cassus x As Di Villagana) had to settle for the runner-up position, after the pair crossed the finish line in a time of 38,97 seconds. Third place went to Felix Hassmann (GER) on the 9-year-old gelding SIG Captain America (Captain Fire x Collin L) with a time of 39,00, while Eric van der Vleuten (NED) on the 14-year-old gelding Zigali PS (BMC Kigali x Palfrenier) secured the fourth place after seeing a pole fall in a time of 37,53 seconds. 

Earlier during the day Jos Verlooy (NED) topped the Hästens Prize, a 1.45m accumulator with one joker. Riding the 13-year-old mare Farfelu de la Pomme (Vigo D'Arsouilles x Udarco), Verlooy clocked the winning time of 47,04 seconds. William Funnell (GBR) on the 15-year-old gelding Billy Angelo (Kitile Horta x Kroongraaf) took the runner-up position with a time of 47,94, and Michael G Duffy (IRL) on the 10-year-old gelding Castlefield Rubinus (Rock Forever x Renoir I) secured the third place after clocking a time of 51,55. The fourth place went to Gianni Govoni (ITA) on the 9-year-old gelding Evenzo (Diarado x Colander) with a time of 53,65, and Pieter Devos (BEL) on the 9-year-old mare Jade vd Bisschop (Ogano Sitte x Grannus) took the fifth spot.

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