In addition to the World Championship for young dressage horses, an international Grand Prix was held today in Ermelo. Charlotte Fry was in a class of its own in this. With the KWPN stallion Everdale (Lord Leatherdale x Negro), her trump card at the Olympic Games and the European Championships last year, Gertjan and Anne van Olst’s stable rider achieved a top score of 76.130% and was well ahead of the competition.
The closest was Andreas Helgstrand. Helgstrand collected 73.043% with the eight-year-old mare Queenparks Wendy (by Sezuan), who ran her third Grand Prix in Ermelo. The test of Simone Pearce and Fiderdance (by Fidertanz) were rewarded with 71.609% and third place.
Müller-Lütkemeier and Schneider
Two German rider completed the top five: Fabienne Müller-Lütkemeier rode Valesco (by Vitalis) to fourth place with 71.326%, followed by Dorothee Schneider with Sisters Act MT OLD (by Sandro Hit) with 71.239%.
Maas best Dutch
The best Dutch result was achieved by Lynne Maas. The test with Electra (by Jazz), who again ran her first international Grand Prix after Maas’ baby break, was good for 70.065% and eighth place.
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