Swiss rider Martin Fuchs just won the closing class of the very first day at The Dutch Masters in ‘s-Hertogenbosch. With the bay Sanvaro-gelding The Sinner he came round quickest in the jump-off, clocking a time of 34.05 seconds.
Ten combinations qualified themselves for the jump-off of the 1.50 meter CSI5* class this evening. Daniel Deusser and Scuderia 1918 Tobago Z (v. Otangelo) couldn’t quite catch up with Fuchs, finishing their jump-off faultless in 35.24 seconds. Local favourite Piet Raijmakers Jr. also remained faultless with Van Schijndel’s Gladstone (v. Grison van den Bisschop) and jumped to third place in 37.14 seconds.
Sanne Thijssen and Con Quidam RB (v. Quinar Z) put down the quickest lap of the night in 33.65 seconds, but took down an unfortunate pole. Their effort was good for a fourth place. Willem Greve and Highway M TN (v. Eldorado v/d Zeshoek) were quicker then Martin Fuchs as well, but noted an unfortunate four penalties too. Sixt place was for the Irish Denis Lynch and the BWP-gelding Brooklyn Heights (v. Nabab de Reve).
Source: DigiShots News