Besides the showjumping shows this weekend, there is in Austria at the CDI Schindlhof a dressage competition. In the Grand Prix qualification it was Irish rider Judy Reynolds who was victorious.
In the saddle of her Dutch Warmblood Vancouver K (by Jazz) she finished with a score of 75.580%. Putting her unanimous in first place with great scores for the passage, the flying changes of leg and the pirouette left. For Germany it was then Dorothee Schneider who shined with her Fohlenhof’s Rock’n Rose (by Rubin Royal) with a score of 72.340% leaving her in second place. For Austria it was Victoria Max-Theurer who finished in third place with her Blind Date 25 (by Breitling W) with 72.280%.
In fourth place it was once more Germany with this time Fabienne Lütkemeier and her Fabregaz (by Florestano) with whom she finished with score of 71.260%. She was then followed by former Olympian Emile Faurie for Great Britain with his Lollipop 126 (by Lord Sinclair) with a total of 70.440%.