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Emotional home win for Abdelkebir Ouaddar and Instanbull V.H. Ooievaarshof in the CSI4*-W 1.50m World Cup Grand Prix in Tetouan

Monday, 10 October 2022
CSI4*-W Tetouan 2022

Photo © Morocco Royal Tour. Home heroes: Abdelkebir Ouaddar and Instanbull V.H. Ooievaarshof won Sunday's CSI4*-W 1.50m World Cup Grand Prix - Prix de S.A.R. Le Prince Heritier Moulay El Hassan in Tetouan. Photo © Morocco Royal Tour.

Abdelkebir Ouaddar (MAR) and Instanbull V.H. Ooievaarshof (Casall x Calido I) took a popular home win in Sunday's CSI4*-W 1.50m World Cup Grand Prix - Prix de S.A.R. Le Prince Heritier Moulay El Hassan in Tetouan. Emotions ran high at the Royal Guard in Tetouan as 4000 spectators sang the Moroccan national anthem during the prize giving ceremony. 

Jumped over two rounds, 40 horse-and-rider-combinations were at start in the 1.50m class and ten of them cleared the first-round track. The top six pairs posted double clears, and Ouaddar was the quickest when the clock stopped on 45.80 for the Moroccan rider.

"This victory is magnificent because it is a horse that was very difficult, and I managed to get him on my side and today he gave me all his heart," the happy winner said in a press release from Morocco Royal Tour. "I dedicate this victory to my country and especially to my King because he is always behind me, I owe him my sporting career and I thank him infinitely. It is a gift for all Moroccans. In Tetouan, we always have a great audience and I felt carried today."

Niklaus Shurtenberger (SUI) and Quincassi (Quintero x Cassini I) took the runner-up position, while the third place went to Simon Delestre (FRA) on I Amelusina R 51 (Dexter R x Chin Chin). Luciana Diniz (BRA) and Vertigo du Desert (Mylord Carthago x Robin Z) placed fourth and Rene Dittmer (GER) on Luigi van de Nethe (Baloubet du Rouet x Ewout V/D Kleine Roost) fifth. 

The second CSI4*-W class of the day, the 1.45m Prix De La F.R.M.S.E counting for the Longines Ranking, went to Guillaume Batillat (FRA) on Come On Di Gisors (Tresor x Le Tot de Semilly). Nicola Pohl (GER) on Fiona des Hayettes (Lord des Hayettes x Ryon d'Anzex) took the second place ahead of Sophie Hinners (GER) on Fbw Graphik (Graf Rhapsody x Numero Uno) in third, Emeric George (FRA) on Dune du Ru (Vagabond de La Pomme x Apache d'Adriers) in fourth and Jose Thiry (BEL) on Jalisco W van de Wolvenhoek (Vivaldi du Seigneur x Luc De Nutte) in fifth.  

Niklaus Shurtenberger (SUI) on Quincassi (Quintero x Cassini I) took the runner-up position, while the third place went to Simon Delestre (FRA) on I Amelusina R 51 (Dexter R x Chin Chin). Luciana Diniz (BRA) on Vertigo du Desert (Mylord Carthago x Robin Z) placed fourth and Rene Dittmer (GER) on Luigi van de Nethe (Baloubet du Rouet x Ewout V/D Kleine Roost) fifth. 

The second CSI4*-W class of the day, a 1.45m Prix De La F.R.M.S.E counting for the Longines Ranking went to Guillaume Batillat (FRA) on Come On Di Gisors (Tresor x Le Tot de Semilly). Nicola Pohl (GER) on Fiona des Hayettes (Lord des Hayettes x Ryon d'Anzex) took the second place ahead of Sophie Hinners (GER) on Fbw Graphik (Graf Rhapsody x Numero Uno) in third, Emeric George (FRA) on Dune du Ru (Vagabond de La Pomme x Apache d'Adriers) in fourth and Jose Thiry (BEL) on Jalisco W van de Wolvenhoek (Vivaldi du Seigneur x Luc De Nutte) in fifth.  



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