It was a busy European competition week. In the south different combinations jumped under a bright sun, while in the north there was some exciting international indoor action.
In Vilamoura it was France's Jerome Hurel who speeded to victory in the 1.50m CSI3* Grand Prix. Hurel jumped to glory aboard the Belgian Warmblood-geldig, Icarus V't Klavertje Vier.
1. Jerome Hurel - Icarus v't Klavertje Vier
2. Marc Bettinger - Quisandro
3. Omer Karaevli - Cheston de la Pomme d'Or Z.
A total of nine combinations returned for the 1.50m Jump-Off in Oldenburg. It was France's Julien Anquetin who jumped to victory claiming his new Mitshubishi car.
1. Julien Anquetin - Gravity of Greenhill
2. Patrick Stühlmeyer - Chacgrano
3. Jan Wernke - Nashville HR
It was local hero, Jeroen Appelen who conquered the 1.45m CSI2* Grand Prix at the Azelhof in Lier.
1. Jeroen Appelen - Cache Va
2. Janike Sprunger - Little Magic D'Asschaut
3. Joy Lammers - First Boy B.b
In the Valencia 1.45m CSI2* Grand Prix a total of nine combinations qualified for the Jump-Off. In the end it was Great-Britain's Emily Moffitt who jumped to victory aboard her 14-year-old Copain du Perchet CH.
1. Emily Moffitt - Copain du Perchet CH
2. Will Edwards - Shw Candies B
3. Lieven Devos - Inca's Big Think
In the 1.45m CSI2* Grand Prix of Oliva no less than 18 combinations qualified for the Jump-Off. It was eventually France's Harold Boisset who speeded to victory with about one second difference.
1. Harold Boisset - T'Obetty du Domaine
2. Katharina Offel - Elien
3. Matthew Sampson - Geneve R