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Daniel Deusser Mercedes German Master in Stuttgart

Saturday, 19 November 2016
CSI5*-W Stuttgart German Masters 2016

Daniel Deusser and Happiness van't Paradijs won the Mercedes German Master in Stuttgart. Photo (c) Stuttgart German Masters. Daniel Deusser and Happiness van't Paradijs won the Mercedes German Master in Stuttgart. Photo (c) Stuttgart German Masters.

After going to the top in Thursday's first qualification for the Mercedes German Master competition in Stuttgart, Daniel Deusser and Happiness van't Paradijs did it again in Friday's feature class -becoming Mercedes German Masters. 

In front of 7.200 enthusiastic spectators, the 35-year-old German rider won the Mercedes German Master competition aboard Stephex Stables's 9-year-old mare by Obourg x Quick Lauro Z. In the jump-off, Deusser had a two seconds-margin to runner-up Maelle Martin (FRA) on Giovani de la Pomme (Shindler de Muze x Darco) and secured himself a Mercedes-Benz GLC 220 d 4MATIC worth 63.000 Euro.

Only three of the twelve Master-riders went clear over the first round track, and with eight faults in the jump-off Jan Wernke (GER) had to settle for third aboard Nashville HR (Nintender x Lifestyle). Roger Yves Bost (FRA) finished on a single time penalty in the first round and took fourth place, while Olivier Philippaerts (BEL) ended fifth with four faults from the first round. 

 


Text © World of Showjumping // Picture © Stuttgart German Masters



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