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Peder Fredricson and H&M All In with home win in the Longines Grand Prix of Falsterbo

Friday, 12 July 2019
CSIO5* Falsterbo 2019

Photo © Jenny Abrahamsson for World of Showjumping. Peder Fredricson with H&M All In. Photo © Jenny Abrahamsson for World of Showjumping.

 

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Peder Fredricson (SWE) and his super-star H&M All In (Kashmir van Schuttershof x Andiamo Z) took a very popular home win in Friday’s CSIO5* Longines Grand Prix of Falsterbo.

“It was fantastic to win. I’m really, really happy,” Fredricson said. “I have tried to win this Grand Prix so many times but have never made it. I was second two years ago with All In, when Steve Guerdat won. The result now is with so small margins and I had the time on my side, so it feels fantastic,” the Swedish rider continued. “All In has been felling really good. When I came here he felt like he was in super form and I always get a bit nervous then, because when you have your horse in super form and you don’t win it is really annoying. So that is why I’m so happy that he got to win, because he really deserves it.”

As last to go in the second round, Fredricson secured the win when delivering a clear round in 42.55 seconds – 0.24 seconds faster than Emilio Bicocchi (ITA) with Evita SG Z (Verdi TN x Codexco), who was pushed down to the runner-up position. 

“With Peder after me I was happy to be second, because I know it is almost impossible to be faster. I am really happy, Evita is a super mare that I have had since the beginning of the year and she just gets better and better. I tried my best in the jump-off, but I couldn’t be faster. The result is really, really good for me,” a very pleased Bicocchi said at the press conference. 

Thirteen horse-and-rider combinations qualified for the second round, with nine on a clear sheet, two with one time penalty and two with four faults from the first round. In the end, the riders needed to be double clear to make it to the top seven. 

Mathieu Billot (FRA) with the beautiful Quel Filou 13 (Quidam’s Rubin x Cascavelle) ended third, with Sweden’s Rolf-Göran Bengtsson and Oak Grove’s Carlyle (Casall x Corrado I) in fourth. Edward Levy (FRA) took the fifth place, riding Drag du Buisson Z (Dutch Capitol x Artos). 

After his round, Billot saud: “The plan was to ride fast and of course fault free and the horse was with me and jumped really well.”

Also fourth placed Rolf-Göran Bengtsson was pleased: “I feel great, my horse jumped really well and have jumped consistent rounds here. I know that he is not that fast, and I couldn’t have done much more in the jump-off today. And a Swedish win here on home soil is fantastic.” 

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