In the Danish city of Herning, a magnificent Grand Prix CSI3* 1,50m was ridden today. 34 pairs of riders and horses appeared in the ring, but only seven made it to the jump-off. The best of these seven was the Dutch rider Robert Vos. With his top horse Carat, an eightteen-year-old son of Cardento, he went clear in 34,18 seconds. That was exactly one second faster than Holger Hetzel with Legioner (Limbus) for Germany.
The Brazilian rider Joao Victor Castro chose his twelve-year-old Quidam de Revel-son Quentin PJ for this class. They finished third in 35,44 seconds. For Crunch 3 (Clarimo) and Rolf-Göran Bengtsson it all ended with a fourth place. They stayed a little bit ahead of Thomas Sandgaard and Noerremoellehoejs Ariel (Bogegardens Apollo).