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Jumping Amsterdam off to a thrilling start with national jumping classes

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Jumping Amsterdam off to a thrilling start with national jumping classes

Jumping Amsterdam off to a thrilling start with national jumping classes

Today, this years edition of Jumping Amsterdam, was kicked off by four national jumping classes. In the past year, a lucky few riders managed to qualify for a starting place through various national selection competitions. Riding in the impressive arena of the RAI in the Dutch capital city, at one of the most anticipated events of the year, is a treat in itself: winning makes it even sweeter!

Lennard de Boer opened the weekend with a victory in the national 1.35 meter De Telegraaf Prize, riding Luzella (s. Cardento). Dennis van de Brink and Luuketoulon Defony Bo (s. Etoulon) finished second and third place was for Lennard de Boer again, this time riding Kentucky (s. Berlin).

Lennard de Boer – Luzella Jumping Amsterdam © DigiShots
José Woldring-Walker – Charleyna VI Jumping Amsterdam © DigiShots

The national Stal Bosgroep Prize over 1.30 meters was won by Jose Woldring-Walker and the eight-year-old Harley-mare Charleyna VI. Tessa Delger and Melodie V (s. Again du Seigneur) finished second and Nicole Botma and Napoli PP Z (s. Numero Uno) completed the podium.

It was Eva Kapteijn with Kizzi van het Molenhof (s. Catoki) who proved to be the fasted combination in the Steelhead Stables Prize over 1.20 meters. Okay Jaspers and Jumbo Last Chance (s. Numero Uno) finished second in the national class and third place went to Kelly Jonker with Lots of Luck ECS (s. Toulon).

Eva Kapteijn – Kizzi van het Molenhof Jumping Amsterdam © DigiShots

The final national jumping class of the day (the Aeres MBO Barneveld Prize over 1.10 meters) was won by Charissa van der Poel and Bad Boy (s. Zilverstar T). Mienie Vos and Don Diablo (s. Verdi) came home second and Margreet Dirksen and Guapa (s. Cantos) completed the top three.

A good start for Fleur Holleman this afternoon in the very first international class of this week’s event. Riding Cataque du Haut Breil (s. Conrad) she grabbed victory in the CSIU25 Bouwbedrijf van de Mheen Prize. A second place went to the Swedish rider Ebba Danielson with Equus Tame (s. Classic Bois Margot). Iris Michels and Bugano de l’Abbaye (s. Ugano Sitte) finished third.

Source: DigiShots News

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