In the World Cup Final in the Grand Prix of Indoor Brabant in The Netherlands, it was once more German dressage queen Isabell Werth who rode to victory today. Together with her Emilio 107 (by Ehrenpreis) she remains unbeatable. The combination recieved a total score of 80.000%.
For the Dutchies it was their hometown rider Hans Peter Minderhoud who came in second place with his Glock’s Flirt (by Florestan I). The combination received high results for his pirouttes, the piaffe and the transitions between the piaffe and the passage. However Swedig judge Annette Fransén-Iacobaeus found herself judging the combination with fairly low points in comparison with her fellow judges, bringing the total score to a 77.020%.
The third place went to Germany’s Jessica von Bredow-Werndl and her Zaire-E (by Son de Niro) with a score of 75.500%. Followed by Fabienne Lütkemeier and her D’Agastino FRH (by De Niro) with whom she received a score of 75.500%. Then for Ireland it was Judy Reynolds who completed the top five with her Vancouver K (by Jazz) in 73.640%.