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The Dutch Masters Rolex Grand Prix in images

Tuesday, 27 April 2021
The Dutch Masters 2021

The excitement was definitely real in Sunday’s Rolex Grand Prix at The Dutch Masters: You could really feel and see how much all the riders wanted to get their hands on the Rolex trophy. We look back at Sunday’s action in the first Major of the year; first out Brazil’s Marlon Modolo Zanotelli's face of relief when clearing the first round, bringing him and VDL Edgar M a bit closer to the goal. 

All photos © Jenny Abrahamsson for World of Showjumping. 

Photo © Jenny Abrahamsson for World of Showjumping. And his face when he as the last rider to go in the jump-off realized that he had missed out on the victory by only 0.17 seconds.

Photo © Jenny Abrahamsson for World of Showjumping. This was as close as Christian Kukuk and Checker 47 got to the Rolex trophy, after ending third.

Photo © Jenny Abrahamsson for World of Showjumping. As second to go, Christian and the well-jumping Checker went all in to shave off a fraction of a second on the time from their colleagues Philipp Weishaupt and Coby.

Photo © Jenny Abrahamsson for World of Showjumping. Philipp Weishaupt and his reliable partner Coby 8 were first to go in the jump-off and delivered a round that really put pressure on the rest of the riders. In the end they had to settle for fourth place.

Photo © Jenny Abrahamsson for World of Showjumping. Willem Greve and his 17-year-old Carambole delivered two picture-perfect rounds, to take the fifth place. Carambole looked to be in the best form of his life.

Photo © Jenny Abrahamsson for World of Showjumping. Luciana Diniz and Vertigo Du Desert had their eyes set on the Rolex trophy....

Photo © Jenny Abrahamsson for World of Showjumping. ... and after clearing the first round, they got way closer. In the end, the last Rolex oxer in the jump-off fell to the ground, and with a time of 33.96 seconds they had to settle for sixth place.

Photo © Jenny Abrahamsson for World of Showjumping. Jerome Guery and Quel Homme de Hus also made it to the jump-off after a great first round. Four faults and 34.40 seconds put them seventh.

Photo © Jenny Abrahamsson for World of Showjumping. A hug for Sea Coast Pebbles Z when clearing the first round for Gudrun Patteet. This pair also had four faults in the jump-off to take the 8th position.

Photo © Jenny Abrahamsson for World of Showjumping. When a single time fault stops you from taking part in the jump-off.... That is what happened to Laura Kraut and Confu.

Photo © Jenny Abrahamsson for World of Showjumping. After getting an early fault in the first round of the Grand Prix, Marcus Ehning and Calanda 42 turned the speed up to secure the fastest time among the four-faulters to finish tenth.

Photo © Jenny Abrahamsson for World of Showjumping. After their Rolex Grand Prix win in Geneva in 2019, Martin Fuchs and Clooney 51 were the Live Contenders, but it was not their day... Eight faults in the first round put them far down on the result list.

Photo © Jenny Abrahamsson for World of Showjumping. The new Live Contender: Max Kühner with Elektric Blue P.



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