In Munich, an international CSI3* weekend just concluded with the Grand Prix. Hurdles were built up to 1m55 high and the best 12 combinations of the first round were allowed to rejoin for the second round. Five combinations were able to keep the clear over the two rounds and of these, German Michael Kölz was the fastest. He counted on Cellato (by Cellestial) to complete a clear second round in 55.50 seconds, enough to clinch victory.
Penelope Leprevost followed in second place. She rode Bingo del Tondou (by Vigo d'Arsouilles) through the course without any jumping faults and clocked off in 56.74 seconds. Maximilian Weishaupt completed the top three. Saddled with DSP Omerta Incipit (by Levisonn), he left the wood untouched and finished in 58.76 seconds.
Alessandra Reich (Anyway van het Kervijnhof Z) and Jenny Rankin (Imar) followed in fourth and fifth place.