Germany performs strong in Riesenbeck

Germany performs strong in Riesenbeck

The day ended in Riesenbeck with CSI2* where the victory was for Germany. Christian Kukuk took first place, Felix Hassmann was fast enough to end up on the second and third place. 

Next to that there was also CSIYH1* ridden for seven-year-old horses, here it was Rene Dittmer who took the victory. 

The CSI2* was won by Christian Kukuk with his horse Botaro (by Balou du Rouet). This combination put down an impressive time of 64.44 seconds. The top three was filled by Felix Hassmann, he ended up on the second place with Quiwitino WZ (by Quiwi Dream) with a round of 66.97 seconds and the third place with Balance 30 (by Balou du Rouet) who stopped the clock in 67.51 seconds. 

Kim Emmen ended up in the fourth place, she rode this class with Warrior Glory (by Warrior) and went over the finish 67.89 seconds. Gerrit Nieberg put down a time of 68.46 seconds with Quibelle de la coeur (by Quincy Jones) good for the fifth place. 

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In the 1m30 class in Riesenbeck went the victory to Germany with Rene Dittmer with under the saddle Mythos 89 (by Cascadello I) who put down the fastest time in 66 seconds. With almost 5 seconds difference Stefanie Bolte went over the finish 70.60 seconds with Barny Blue 3 (by Balou du Rouet). Karin Ernsting went over the finish in 70.67 seconds with under the saddle Irocco Blue S (by Zirocco Blue). 

The top five was completed by Frederick Troschke with Cemal 3 (by Comme il Faut) and Kim Emmen with Tsh First Edition (by Numero Uno). 

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