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Daniel Deusser and Kiana van het Herdershof win the Borek Prize at The Dutch Masters

Sunday, 17 March 2019
CSI5* The Dutch Masters 2019

Photo (c) Jenny Abrahamsson. Daniel Deusser with Kiana van het Herdershof. Photo (c) Jenny Abrahamsson.

 

Text by World of Showjumping

 


 

Leading up to Sunday's Rolex Grand Prix at The Dutch Masters in Den Bosch, Netherlands the crowds watched the horses and riders compete in the Borek Prize – a 1.45m accumulator against the clock with one joker counting for the world ranking. 

Riding the 9-year-old mare Kiana van het Herdershof (Toulon x Lys de Darmen), Daniel Deusser (GER) came in towards the end of the class pushing Peder Fredricson (SWE) and H&M Kirlo van den Bosrand (Cardento I x Utrillo van de Heffinck) down to second when bettering the time by 0.64 seconds. Third place went to world no. one Steve Guerdat (SUI) and Ulysse Des Forets (Col Canto x Le Tot de Semilly). 



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