After two rounds with fences built up to 1,45m, David Will was crowned as the winner. He and Mic Mac du Tillard (Cruising) jumped a clear second round in 38,22 seconds. With this time he beat Christian Hess who ended on second place with Qienna 3 (Quo Vados). The top three was completed by Albert Zoer. He rode Dum Drum (Larino) to the finish in 39,95 seconds and left the wood untouched.
Rolf-Göran Bengtsson ended on fourth spot with Unita Ask. They jumped a clear second round as well in 39,95 seconds. The German rider Jörg Opperman (Corelie) and Andreas Theurer (Cor de Diamant) completed the top six.
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