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Daniel Deusser and Happiness van't Paradijs continue winning streak at Stuttgart German Masters

Friday, 18 November 2016
CSI5*-W Stuttgart German Masters 2016

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

Daniel Deusser and Happiness van't Paradijs took another win last night, at the Stuttgart German Masters to continue their great form. 

The pair recently went to the top at the Longines Global Champions Tour of Doha, and yesterday they showed off their winning ways on home soil at the German CSI5*-W event against a field of nearly fifty riders in the Prize of Firma XXL-Sicherheit that counted for the Longines Ranking. 

The 1.50m competition which was a speed and handiness class saw the top five riders going both clear and fast, with Deusser the quickest aboard the 9-year-old chestnut mare by Obourg x Quick Lauro Z owned by Stephex Stables. Stopping the clock at 58.83 seconds, Daniel had more than two seconds margin to his compatriot Christian Ahlmann on the 9-year-old stallion Carabis Z (Caritano x Canabis Z). 

Jan Wernke continued the German domination to take third on the 14-year-old mare Queen Mary (Contendro I x Caretino), another second behind Ahlmann. Belgium's Olivier Philippaerts finished fourth, and Switzerland's Steve Guerdat fifth.

Earlier in the day, Great Britain's John Whitaker won the 1.45m Prize of Bardusch Textil Mietdienste GmbH & Co.KG aboard Argento (Arko x Gasper).


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

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