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Robert Vos to the top in the CSI3* Stutteri Ask Grand Prix of Herning

Sunday, 11 March 2018
CSI3* Herning 2018

Photo (c) A brand new Ifor Williams trailer for Robert Vos after winning the Stutteri Ask Grand Prix of Herning aboard Carat. Photo (c)

Forty riders from seven nations lined up for Saturday's CSI3* 1.50m Stutteri Ask Grand Prix of Herning, that went to Dutch rider Robert Vos and his faithful 18-year-old Carat (Cardento x Krevad).

Robert Vos has been in top form during the show, winning Thursday's Longines Ranking class as well, and was a favourite ahead of the Stutteri Ask Grand Prix. "I am on Europe's fastest horse," said Vos himself and gave a performance that proved him right.  

Seven riders made it to the jump-off, where Vos was first to go. None of the riders to come could match his time of 34.18 seconds, closest came Germany's Holger Hetzel on Legioner (Limbus x Calido I) in 35.18 while the third place went to Brazil's João Victor Castro on Quentin PJ (Quidam de Revel x Escudo 19) in 35.77. The two last double clears came from Sweden's Rolf-Göran Bengtsson who finished fourth, and Denmark's own Thomas Sandgaard who ended fifth. 

"It is a great show," said the happy winner. "I was here in October, and I am very happy to be back."


Source: Press release from the Danish Warmblood Stallion Show // Picture ©

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