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Schwizer, Cristofoletti, Cox and Garcia on top in tour Grand Prix competitions

Monday, 06 April 2015
From tour to tour 2015

Pius Schwizer won the Grand Prix in Oliva Nova. Photo (c) Herve Bonnaud.
Pius Schwizer won the Grand Prix in Oliva Nova. Photo (c) Herve Bonnaud.

​​Pius Schwizer won the CSI2* Grand Prix at the Mediterranean Equestrian Tour in Oliva this weekend. The Swiss rider was aboard Caretina de Joter (Caretino x Contender) and topped the class that counted over sixty riders after a double clear round, and a time in the jump-off of 45.47 seconds. Runner-up was Netherland’s Stefanie van de Brink on Ace (Berlin x Irco Polo) who finished two seconds behind Schwizer in the jump-off. Third place went to Germany’s Holger Wulschner on BSC Cha Cha Cha (Casall x Le Grand I).

At the CSI3* Toscana Tour it was a home win for Roberto Cristofoletti on Flavourart Belisario (Cortez x Ciceron). The Italian rider’s time in the jump-off was 1.25 seconds faster than that of runner-up Nicola Philippaerts on H&M Quenzo de la Roque (Kannan x Jasmin), while third place went to another home rider: Gianpiero Garofalo on Corbanus (Corrado I x Balou du Rouet).

In Lummen, it was Karel Cox who won the CSI3* Grand Prix on Gentleman (Couleur Rubin x Clinton). A little over a second behind in the jump-off followed Wout-Jan van der Schans on Aquila SFN (Ovidius x Lauriston), while Jerome Hurel ended third on Quartz Rouge (Ultimo van ter Moude x Qredo de Paulstra*HN) making it Belgian, Dutch and French on top.

Juan Carlos Garcia made it a home win at the CSI3* Riviera Sun Tour. Riding Gitano V Berkenbroek (Nabab de Reve x Ti Amo vh Lambroeck), Garcia left Marie Lütgenau on Cassian B (Cassini I x Accord II) behind him in second with Bart Bles going into third on Wolisco DDH (Nolisco x Celano) with over a second separating each of them in the jump-off.

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