All ten combinations traveled to Sweden by invitation for the Lövsta Top 10 Dressage. In the end, it was Jessica von Brendow-Werndl who blew away the competition, taking victory with 4,5% difference.
Jessica von Bredow-Werndl took the win. Her test with TSF Dalera BB (by Easy Game) ended with an overwhelming score of 83.07%. With a difference of 4.5%, Isabell Werth finished second with a score of 78.57% with DSP Quantaz (by Quaterback). Benjamin Werndl was allowed to complete the podium and even drove to a personal best. The brother of the winner scored 78.53% on Famoso OLD (by Farewell III).
Fourth came Carina Cassøe Krüth who also set a new record and got 78.09% with Heiline's Danciera (by Fürstenball). Patrik Kittel was fifth with Touchdown (by Quaterback) after receiving a score of 77.89%.
Dinja von Liere was set to bring her top stallion Hermès (v. Easy Game) with her but switched him for Hartsuijker (v. Johnson) after the stallion didn't feel fit enough in Lyon. Dinja and the young Hartsuijker kicked off the Grand Prix and rode an excellent test that was rewarded with 74.89% and a sixth place.