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Kevin Jochems and Cornetboy top the Van Schijndel Bouwgroep Prize at The Dutch Masters 2022

Saturday, 12 March 2022
CSI5* The Dutch Masters 2022

Photo © Jenny Abrahamsson for WoSJ.
Cornetboy and Kevin Jochems won the CSI5* 1.45m Van Schijndel Bouwgroep Prize at The Dutch Masters 2022. Photo © Jenny Abrahamsson for WoSJ.


Text © World of Showjumping



Kevin Jochems (NED) and the 13-year-old Cornetboy (Cornet's Stern x Colander) won Saturday's first CSI5* class, the Van Schijndel Bouwgroep Prize, at The Dutch Masters 2022 in s'Hertogenbosch. Jens van Grunsven (NED) on Idextro (Dexter R x Indoctro) took the runner-up spot in this popular indoor derby when finishing 1.8 seconds behind Jochems, while third place went to Maikel van der Vleuten (NED) on Edgar (Warrant x Purioso). To add to the Dutch success, Leopold van Asten (NED) on VDL Groep Iron Z (Charisma Z x Mr. Blue) placed fourth, while Angelica Augustsson Zanotelli (SWE) on Danna RJ (Quiz Time x Candidus) took the fifth place. 

"This one came to me three weeks ago," Jochems told World of Showjumping about Cornetboy, his ride for the class. "He jumped bigger classes already before he came to me. He is really quick, which I knew already, and for the rest I am just trying to get to know him a little bit and see where we go. It looks good so far. I did one two-star show in Peelbergen before coming here, he was second in a 1.45m final there so I felt ok to come here with him." 

"This is always a special class here," Jochems said about the competition which was jumped as an indoor derby over a Table C. "Normally we jump out of the ring and into the corridor, which is even more spectacular for the audience. Still, I think it is a nice class for the public to watch and for us riders it is fun to jump." 

"My goal is definitely tomorrow afternoon, and I will jump Emmerton," Jochems said about his plans ahead of Sunday's Rolex Grand Prix, the first Major of the year in the Rolex Grand Slam of Show Jumping. 

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