Germany Wins the Nations Cup in Strzegom; Ingrid Klimke Is 1st & 2nd on Particular person Podium
Photograph by Mariusz Chmieliński.
German riders have been victorious within the second leg of the FEI Nations Cup in eventing, taking the highest spot on each group and particular person podiums. The Netherlands completed second and Poland third.
The win for the German group was assured after the cross nation section, relegating the earlier leaders – the Netherlands – into second place. Ingrid Klimke with SAP Asha P had the most effective consequence (2nd place on a rating of 30.2) on the group, which additionally included Andreas Dibowski with FRH Corrida (fifth), Beeke Jankowski with Tiberius 20 (seventh) and Heike Jahncke with Mighty Spring (17th). SAP Asha P was the one horse within the division to submit double-clear leaping rounds, transferring them from 10th after dressage into the penultimate spot. The reigning European champion additionally received the category individually, main from pillar to submit with SAP Hale Bob OLD. They completed with a dressage rating of 21.7, a four-fault present leaping spherical and a couple of.four cross nation time penalties for a ultimate rating of 28.1.
Ingrid Klimke and SAP Hale Bob OLD. Photograph by Leszek Wójcik.
The Dutch group (Merel Blom with Ceda N.O.P, Jordy Wilken with Burry Spirit, Raf Kooremans with Dimitri N.O.P and Laura Hoogeven with Wicro Quibus) have been within the lead after dressage and present leaping however dropped a podium step after cross nation. The perfect consequence within the group and third place individually belonged to Merel Blom.
The cross nation trial noticed the Polish group (Mateusz Kiempa with Lassban Radovix, Joanna Pawlak with Fantastuc Frieda, Jan Kamiński with Senior and Michał Hycki with Moonshine) transfer up into the third place. The perfect consequence amongst them belonged to Mateusz Kiempa, who moved from second after present leaping into fourth because of cross nation time penalties.
Yoshiaki Oiwa with Tullyoran Cruise JRA. Photograph by Leszek Wójcik.
Placings have been shuffled after cross nation after which shuffled once more after present leaping within the CCI4*-L division. New Zealander Jonelle Worth with Grappa Nera stole the lead from husband Tim Worth after cross nation, however then gave it away with a rail in present leaping to Japanese rider Yoshiaki Oiwa with Tullyoran Cruise JRA. Jonelle ended second with Grappa Nera and third with McClaren; Tim ended up in fourth.
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The win within the CCI3*-L class belonged to German rider Julia Mestern with Monarts Masterpiece. Second place went to her teammate Malin Hansen-Hotopp with Quidditch Ok, and Merel Blom from the Netherlands was third on Crossborder Radar Love.
The perfect athlete of the CCI2*-L was Merel Blom with Corminta vom Gwick. The following two locations on the rostrum have been taken by German riders: Andreas Dibowski with Calahari earlier than Katarina Tietz with Chapeau Claque 49.
As for the brief format courses, Dirk Schrade received the CCI3*-S class using On line casino 80, second place went to Arthur Duffort from France with Gredington Mailthyme, and Sonja Buck with Carla Bruni completed third. Greta Busacker from Germany was the most effective within the Younger Riders class with Coco Maurice 2 and Julia Gillmaier from Poland took dwelling the third place, using Crimson Dawn 2. Dirk Schrade was first and third within the CCI2*-S class with Chilly Crimson Rum and La Duma. Second place went to Ingrid Klimke using Cascamara. The perfect Junior rider was Greta Busacker aboard Scrabble 15. The CCI1* Intro was received by Sophie Leube (GER) with Skyjacker 3.
German athletes dominated the rostrum of the CCIP2*-L class for ponies. Jule Krueger was the most effective with Steendiek’s Max Version, Pita Schmid with Sietlands Catrina was second, and third place went to Linn Zepke with Betty Boo 14.
Greater than 217 horses from 17 nations competed in 11 courses at this 12 months’s LOTTO Strzegom Horse Trials. Go to the occasion’s Fb web page for extra movies, interviews and photograph galleries.
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