The Short Grand Prix, part of the FEI Dressage World Cup during The Dutch Masters in ‘s-Hertogenbosch, was won by the German Jessica von Bredow-Werndl and TSF Dalera BB (v. Easy Game). The pair scored a percentage of 84.026% and was unanimously placed in the first podium spot.
The German Olympic champion, who announced her second pregnancy just last week, jumped well ahead of Isabell Werth and the Quarterback-stallion DSP Quantaz, whom scored 79.053%. The British Charlotte Fry and Dark Legend (v. Zucchero) placed third with 76.477% and the Dutch Dinja van Liere and Hermes (v. Easy Game) finished fourth with 74.500%.
Place five and six went to Sweden: Patrik Kittel and Forever Young HRH (v. Furst Fugger) scored 74,237% and Antonia Ramel with Curiosity was rewarded with 73.473%.
This afternoon the program will continue with jumping: the NAB Bliksembeveiliging Prize over 1,40 meter will start at 14:00, followed by the 1,45 meter Gemeente ‘s-Hertogenbosch Prize and the day will be closed by the 1,50 meter VDL Groep Prize.
Source: DigiShots News