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Frank Schuttert and Isis win the CSI4*-W Grand Prix at Cavaliada Poznan

Sunday, 10 December 2023
CSI4*-W Poznań 2023

Photo © Dava Palej. Frank Schuttert and Isis, winners of the CSI4*-W 1.55m PKO Bank Polski World Cup Grand Prix at Cavaliada Tour in Poznan. Photo © Dava Palej.


Edited press release from Cavaliada Tour



Frank Schuttert (NED) and the 10-year-old Isis (Cardento 933 x Lupicor, breeder H.N. de Boer) were the fastest of six double clears in Sunday's CSI4*-W 1.55m PKO Bank Polski World Cup Grand Prix at Cavaliada Tour in Poznan, Poland, to take the win.

Stopping the clock in 36.08 seconds, Schuttert was 0.45 seconds faster than runner-up Emma Emanuelsson (SWE) with Canbella Blue PS (Cantolar x Chacco-Blue, breeder Gestüt Lewitz). Out of the 50 horse-and-rider combinations starting in the class, seven qualified for the jump-off. The Netherland’s Tani Joosten (NED) took the third place with Galdal Me (Zambesi TN x Chin Chin, breeder Wilgo Van de Mheen) when crossing the finish line in 36.97 seconds. 

Irma Karlsson (SWE) and Chacconu (Chacco-Blue x Perhaps van het Molenvondel, breeder Gestüt Lewitz) finished fourth, followed by Amanda Slagter (NED) and Cornet Blue PS (Chacco-Blue x Cornet’s Stern, breeder Gestüt Lewitz) in fifth.

“First of all, I think it’s an amazing show. We had a great week. There was a very good course designer, and the perfect jump-off, with seven clears. Tani Joosten put a lot of pressure on us as the first to go, she had an amazing jump-off, but luckily for me I could watch her round, and in the end I was quick enough,” said the happy winner. “We’ve had the horse since the end of June. She’s performing better and better at each show, I think it’s an amazing horse and she feels ready to jump a bit bigger.”


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