The first horses have ridden their Kür, the World Cup competition in the Dutch Masters has kicked off. Charlotte Fry is on a roll after last week and starts her week in the Netherlands by winning with almost 80% in the World Cup Grand Prix on Glamourdale (v. Lord Leatherdale).
Charlotte Fry came close to the famous 80% barrier with Glamourdale (by Lord Leatherdale). The duo received 79.826% from the judges for their test in this Grand Prix. They were unanimously put in first place, making them the flawless winners by more than three percent.
For the home country, Marieke van der Putten rode to the best result. In the saddle of Torveslettens Titanium (by Totilas), the rider received 76.761% and was second overall except for one judge. The bronze also stayed in the Netherlands and was for Dinja van Liere. With Hermès NOP (by Easy Game), she was on two, three and six and double on four. A score of 75.369% appeared for them, rewarding them with a third place.
On place four and five, two German riders came on the scène. Benjamin Werndl places him between all the girl power on four and was rewarded 75,043% for his test on Famoso OLD (v. Farewell III). Compatriot Isabell Werth followed on five with 74,348% for Emilio 107 (v. Ehrenpreis).