Keep on reading to have an overview of all the CSI1* and CSI2* (GP) winners today.
Sentower Park X-Mas Tour - CSI2* 1.45
Rossen Raitchev and Chester (by Verdi TN) are the winners. Peter Moloney and Ornellaia (by For Pleasure) take home the silver medal, Gerrit Nieberg and Ben 431 (by Sylvain) do the same with the bronze one.
Kreuth - CSI2* 1.45
A complete German podium in Kreutz today. Christoph Brüse and Crispy 22 (by C-Ingmar) are the victors. Sven Fehnl and Celsia, a stallion by Cassini I follow on place two, Sarah Nagel-Tornau and Carouge 8 (by Carinue) on place three.
Jumping de Achterhoek - CSI2* 1.45
A medal for Japan in this competition, Eiken Sato and Saphyr des Lacs win this class. The Mr. Blue-gelding and his rider finished the jump-off with a time of 28.35. Johannes Ehning and Qooper Z (by Quidam de Revel) finished in 29.67, ranking second; Kathrin Müller and Conan 44 (by Con Sherry) finished in 29.72, ranking third.
Gorla Minore - GP 1.45
An all-Italian stage in Italy, how beautiful is that? Roberto Turchetto and Adare (by Royal Bravour) are the best in this class, before Matteo Checchi with Alpina de Rouhet (by Champs Elysees) and Natale D'Agui with Violino Il Palazetto (by Verdi TN).
Barcelona Christmas Tour - CSI1* 1.40
Melie Gosa and Aloeutte d'Eole (by Mylord Carthago) take home the win, beating Christophe Leutenez and Crus van Kerselare Z (by Chellano Z) to it. Jerome Gachignard finishes third with Great Miracle, a Shindler de Muze-gelding.
Jumping de Achterhoek - CSI1* 1.35
Dutch rider Beau Schuttelaar and Fuij kept the gold medal in the Nederlands in this class. With the Ustinov-son, he was a tad faster than Samantha Alexis Mackenzie aboard Denver (by L'Esprit). Ryoji Takada and Glamour (by Numero Uno) are taking the bronze medal to Japan with them.
Madrid Horse Week - CSI2* 1.45
Not a Grand Prix in Madrid but nevertheless an important class to close the week. Jose Fumero Hernandez and Donita (by Canturano) kept the gold medal in Spain in this class. Bernardo Ladeira and Dento (by Cardento) take the silver medal to neighbouring country Portugal. Rosendo Bidart and Enrique of the Lowlands did not finish the jump-off, but with only three combinations qualifying for that jump-off, they still took home the bronze medal.