Swede Victorious within the 4-Star Competitors in Strzegom

Christoffer Forsberg with Hippo’s Sapporo. Picture: Mariusz Chmieliński

Christoffer Forsberg with Hippo’s Sapporo wins the CCI4*-L class, probably the most demanding competitors at Strzegom October Pageant.

Christoffer Forsberg was third after dressage, went double clear within the cross-country and showjumping, and gained the with a rating of 30.5 penalty factors. Belgian Julien Despontin jumped up into second with Intelligent Man Waf after a faultless parkour with a mere two-second delay – 34.9. Third place was taken by Australian Andrew Hoy using Cadet De Beliard – 37.3. The chief of the competitors after two trials, New Zealander Clarke Johnstone with Aces Excessive, had three knockdowns, and with a rating of 39.3 completed simply behind the rostrum, in fourth place. The one Polish pair collaborating within the competitors, present Polish champions Julia Gillmaier and Crimson Dream Princes, have been in tenth place after dressage, and a superb cross-country efficiency solely with time faults ensured their promotion to seventh. Sadly, two knockdowns and additional time resulted with a remaining rating of 64.3 penalty factors and positioned the pair in ninth place.

The primary place on the rostrum within the 4*-S competitors went to Sara Algotsson Ostholt using Dynamite Jack – 33.9. The consultant of Sweden was fourth after the dressage and took the lead after a transparent cross-country spherical. With a major benefit in factors over her rivals, not even one knockdown within the leaping enviornment threatened her place. Second place went to French rider Maxime Livio with Take pleasure in De Keroue – 35.6, and third to German consultant Katharina Meyer with Aspen T – 40.9.

Sara Algotsson Ostholt was additionally the very best within the CCI3*L using Dinathia – 30.3. They went up one notch after every trial, ranging from third place after dressage. Second and third locations have been taken by the German representatives: Jan Matthias with Peppermint Patty Frh – 30.3, and Jerome Robine with Avatar – 31.7.

The ultimate showdown within the CCI3*S stored the spectators in suspense till the tip. The chief, Germany’s Michael Jung with Palm Seaside, had one knockdown and the penalty factors added to his rating equaled that of the runner-up, Julia Krajewski with Ero De Cantraie, who rode a faultless spherical. In consequence, the riders completed the competitors with the identical rating – 30.1. The ultimate classification was decided by the penalty factors from the dressage check, throughout which Michael Jung was higher, and finally, he grew to become the winner. Third place went to the Czech Republic’s Eliška Orctová with Kirea – 30.5.

First place within the CCI2*L, after faultless cross-country and leaping, went to Switzerland’s Eveline Bodenmüller with Darkish Gambler – 26.7, forward of Germany’s Emma Hartmann with Baloucor – 27 and Ann-Catrin Bierleinwithn Come On Lotti – 30.2.

One of the best rider within the CCI2*S, after a double clear, was Germany’s Pia Leuwer using Cascada – 32, the second went to her compatriot Nicoletta Massmann with CARLSON – 35.1, and third to Danish rider Anne-Dorthe Möller with First Class Gs – 35.2.

The 1*-Intro class ended with the victory of Pole Mateusz Pabijanek using Tango 310 – 30.6. Dutchman Dennis Huits with Perseverance Luxery from Second Life Z was second – 30.6, and Germany’s Amelie Reisacher on Tissot end third – 31.8.

European Youth Eventing Masters

Within the European Youth Eventing Masters match, solely the German crew took half within the younger rider class. Within the particular person classification the very best rating belonged to Linn Klümper with Candyman 145 – 30.8, second went to Emma Wiedenhöft with Naughty Lady 5 – 34.2, and third to Amelie Reisacher with Quintus 155 – 40.4.

The junior competitors ended with the win for the crew from Belgium – 110.6, consisting of: Lise Matton and Kenzo Van ‘T Farsenhoven, Clarisse Walbrecq and Fussac De La Quairelle, Anais Van Vaerenbergh I Marion Van De Perelaar, and Max Thual QC and Rock and Roll. Second place went to Germany with 115.9 and third to Poland with 118.3.

Within the particular person classification, the winner was Andrea Novotna from the Czech Republic using Eldorado – 30.4, earlier than Neel Friedrich Dehn (GER) with Higher Luck – 31.9, and Polish rider Laura Gillmaier with Ding Dong – 34.

Within the pony rivalry, Germany’s Hannah Pfitzmann and Mary Poppins P, Nell Röming and Majestro, Pita Schmid with Sietlands Catrina. and Anni Müller using Nightys Flashlight have been unbeatable with 126.6. Second place on the rostrum went to the Netherlands with 132.9 and third to Belgium with 152.2.

Individually, the primary place went to German rider Pia Sophie Schreiber with Motsi Mabuse – 33.4, Julie Geurts from Belgium was second with Kinou Des Marronniers – 35.9, and Thilde Holm Nielsen from Denmark topped off the rostrum with Karlshoejgaard’s Monique – 36.5.

The nationwide class CNC100 ended with a win for Austrian Harald Ambros with Mogli 45 – 31.6, within the beneath 18-year-old class, the very best rider was Dominika Mączyńska (POL) with Avenido – 30.4, and within the CNC90, the primary place went to Patrycja Pastuszek (POL) with Monaco – 26.1.

On-line outcomes: https://livejumping.com/ap/occasion/9191/competitions


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