It seems to be a comeback at the highest level for Flying Dutchman Jeroen Dubbeldam and his horse of many talents SFN Zenith. This week at the horse show in Samorin the combination proved to be still one of world’s most top combinations. They secured that title with a beautiful win in the 1m50 Grand Prix in the three star competition. The Rash R son seems to be back in his old rythm when he left the ring in a time of 37.59 seconds.
His partner, Annelies Vorsselmans, competing for Belgium, finished in second place with Dubbeldam’s former ride Wilandro (by Unistar). Vorsselmans completed her ride in 39.29 seconds on the clock, finishing before Brasil’s Luis Felipe de Azevado Filho and his Chacco Blue son Chacito with whom he finished in third place in 39.49 seconds.
It was then Japanese rider Tadahiro Hayashi and his Corana’s M&M (by Untouchable) who finished in fourth place with 40.63 seconds. In fifth place it was the student from Jeroen Dubbeldam, Wilton Porter, who finished with his Caletto Cabana in 37.05 seconds and four penalties.