In Sentower Park, Belgium, the Easter Tour is starting his second week this weekend. In the ‘Prize Emmers Horse Shop’, it was the young Belgian rider Jens Vandenberk who took the victory. In this 1m35 class with two phases, he and Elano G cleared the course in 39,92 seconds. The second place went to Perry Geryl and Can Remember. This 10-year old gelding left the wood untouched and finished in 40,83 seconds. Rose Moss and Weston (f. Rash R) completed the top three. They jumped a clear second phase in 42,89 seconds.
Dominique Joassin and Cado De Greenbay (f. Cassini II) ended on fourth place. Evie Buller and Stanley 151 (f. Silvio I) completed the top five.
In the other 1m35 class, it was the Dutch rider Stefanie Heins who took the victory home. With Silverado under the saddle, she jumped a clear second phase in 39,07 seconds. Scott Brash, former number one of the world, ended on second place. He rode the 8-year old Cademuir (f. Sebastian Lii) in 39,27 seconds to the finish line, leaving the wood untouched. Rose Moss and Caliva (f. Calido) took account of the third place.
The fourth and fifth place went to Berenger Oudin (Tio De L’Huyne) and Martina Bernini (Cassiopea).
In the 1m30 class it was Dennis Van Den Brink who rode to glory. He and Durano V (f. Caturano) jumped a clear round in 69,13 seconds. Maureen Bonder and Elmo (f. Van Gogh) ended on second place. Georgia Founta and Illusion completed the top three.
In the 1m30 class the victory went to a British rider. Georgia Crumley and Killagriff Ohio Lou (f. And Ohio) won with a time of 61,63 seconds. Chloe Aston and Figaro took the second place on the podium. They left the wood untouched and finsihed in 67,73 seconds. Christian Slawinski and Dicarla (f. Veneur) ended third.