The CDI5* Rodilla Grand Prix started this morning at 11:30 a.m. Dressage fans enjoyed this discipline, based on the harmony between rider and horse through which a series of movements of great difficulty are made.
The Spanish Olympic Beatriz Ferrer-Salat demonstrated why she was the favorite of the public for this fifth edition of Madrid Horse Week. On the back of one of her favorite horses, Delgado, a very strong and expressive animal that has been running at Grand Prix level for seven years, Beatriz Ferrer-Salat clung to the first position with a spectacular score of 73.320%. Second was his compatriot, José Antonio García Mena, who obtained a score of 69.760% with Benzi Landro. Third was the Dutchman, Sascha Schulz, riding Dragao, a horse that has been doing a very good season, with a score of 69.680%.
Madrid Horse Week