At the FEI World Cup dressage in The Dutch Masters in the Netherlands, there was once more a victory for Isabell Werth. The dressage queen from Germany counted on her Emilio 107 (by Ehrenpreis) for another win. A few minor miscommunication faults in the zigzag resulted in a big laugh from Werth. The combination finished with a strong total of 78.391%.
In second place it was then Dutch rider Edward Gal and his beautiful black horse Glock’s Zonik N.O.P. At only ten years old this stallion only competed twice before in this Word Cup competition and is making quite the impression. Today they finished with a total of 77.696%. In third place it was Germany’s Jessica von Bredow-Werndl and her Zaire-I (by Son de Niro) with whom she finished with a total of 73.630%.
Completing the top five we find in fourth place Madeleine Witte-Vrees with Cennin for The Netherlands with 73.565%, followed by Emmelie Scholtens and her Apache in fifth place with 72.783%.