Filippo Moyersoen’s triumph in the CSI5* opening!

Filippo Moyersoen’s triumph in the CSI5* opening!

Today was the first difficult test for the riders of the CSI5* Tour. The nicely-flowing course presented a height of 1.45 m for the 5* opening of superstars and was tackled by no fewer than 83 duos. Twenty nine active riders remained error free with the big winner being Italian rider Filippo Moyersoen. In the saddle of his nine-year old Contendro daughter Loro Piana Biricchina Bella, he succeeded in completing a simply ideal round and his time of 59.89 seconds was not to be beaten by his competitors. Thus, following his ex-aequo victory in the GLOCK's CSI3* Grand Prix in January this year, today he could celebrate his first unshared success at the GLOCK HORSE PERFORMANCE CENTER.

Olympic winner Steve Guerdat (SUI) also tried to beat the time of the Italian rider, but the Swiss rider, with his eight-year old mare Catalina CH, had to content himself with second place, with a course time of 61.59 seconds. Omer Karaevli (TUR) with Rabane de Sury shone in third place with 61.67 seconds.

Evergreen Hugo Simon (AUT/St) rode some highly motivated rounds with both, C.T. and Freddy 7. This was rewarded by seventh place with C.T. (0/62.92) and eleventh with Freddy 7 (0/67.86). Salzburg’s Christian Juza, with Never des Etisses, also delivered a perfectly clean performance and finished the test in 20th place (0/72.54).

GLOCK Rider Gerco Schroeder (NED) consciously decided on a calm ride for his CSI5* opening with GLOCK’s London and stayed easily error-free over the course (43rd place).

RESULTS

Test 01: CSI5* Opening
International show jumping competition according to errors and time, 1.45 m

1. Loro Piana Biricchina Bella – Moyersoen Filippo (ITA) 0 – 59.89 sec
2. Catalina CH – Guerdat Steve (SUI) 0 – 61.58 sec
3. Rabane de Sury – Karaevli Omer (TUR) 0 – 61.67 sec
4. Nenuphar'Jac – Módolo Zanotelli Marlon (BRA) 0 – 61.92 sec
5. Balermo – Kutscher Marco (GER) 0 – 62.34 sec
6. Uni Stop – Whitaker John (GBR) 0 – 62.87 sec
7. C T – Simon Hugo (AUT/St) 0 – 62.92 sec
8. PSG Future – Fuchs Martin (SUI) 0 – 65.38 sec
9. Cornet's Hope – Estermann Paul (SUI) 0 – 66.02 sec
10.Rimell de la Vallee – Angot Reynald (FRA) 0 – 66.41 sec
11.Freddy 7 – Simon Hugo (AUT/St) 0 – 67.86 sec
12.Royalty Des Isles – Hough Lauren (USA) 0 – 68.47 sec
13.Checkpoint U – Mändli Beat (SUI) 0 – 70.39 sec
14.Venus – Aufrecht Pia-Luise (GER) 0 – 71.13 sec
15.Zaza Harvey – Dinan Katherine A. (USA) 0 – 71.38 sec
16.Flash Dance V. Kalevallei – Vrieling Jur (NED) 0 – 71.86 sec
17.Wijnand – Gaudiano Emanuele (ITA) 0 – 72.07 sec
17.Cornetta – Kühner Max (GER) 0 – 72.07 sec
19.Conconcreto Sancha Ls – Bluman Daniel (COL) 0 – 72.16 sec
20.Never des Etisses – Juza Christian (AUT/S) 0 – 72.54 sec
21.Clooney – Kühner Max (GER) 0 – 73.37 sec

CSI2*

Lukasz Wasilewski (POL) celebrates his first victory in the GHPC – Jürgen Krackow (AUT/S) in third place!
Lukasz Wasilewski (POL) has already been a guest several times at the GLOCK HORSE PERFORMANCE CENTER. But it was only today that, with Arakorn, he celebrated his first victory in the CSI2*- opening jumping over 1.35 m. In the saddle of the nine-year-old Cantos offspring, the Polish rider was able to beat another 33 participating duos. His error-free course time of 60.48 seconds was simply unbeatable and even the experienced Swiss rider Clarissa Crotta had to admit defeat. She piloted her Holsteiner mare of only eight years age with great clarity through the test and, in 62.67 seconds, to second place. Best Austrian rider was Jürgen Krackow from Salzburg. He counted on the grey Boulahrouz, also only eight years old and secured third place in 64.13 seconds. Young Carinthian rider Marianne Schindele and her Outlaw II ranked closely behind in fourth place (0/64.20). Stefan Leikermoser (Carinthia) and Auheim's Cosmo Brown ranked ninth (0/67.90) followed by Marie-Luise Abraham (Carinthia) with Zazou (0/68.49) in tenth place and Monika Niederländer (Vorarlberg) with Cornet 2 (0/70.15) in eleventh place. 


Test 07: CSI2* Opening International show jumping competition according to errors and time, 1.35 m

1. Arakorn – Wasilewski Lukasz (POL) 0 – 60.48 sec

2. Caprice – Crotta Clarissa (SUI) 0 – 62.67 sec
3. Boulahrouz – Krackow Jürgen (AUT/S) 0 – 64.13 sec
4. Outlaw II – Schindele Marianne (AUT/K) 0 – 64.20 sec
5. Quen Dira T On – Puch Michele (SUI) 0 – 65.81 sec
6. LG Balladora – Grum Lidija (SLO) 0 – 65.81 sec
7. Baccara – Breitenstein Stefanie (SUI) 0 – 66.69 sec
8. Zarissa – Winning Jamie (AUS) 0 – 67.75 sec
9. Auheim's Cosmo Brown – Leikermoser Stefan (AUT/K) 0 – 67.90 sec
10.Zazou – Abraham Marie-Luise (AUT/K) 0 – 68.49 sec
11.Cornet 2 – Niederländer Monika (AUT/V) 0 – 70.15 sec
12.Cocarie – Kontio Anna-Julia (FIN) 0 – 72.84 sec

CSIYH1* Young Horses

Persuasive performances by tomorrow’s equestrian stars in GLOCK's Youngster Tour
Concluding the first day of the tournament, it was up to the young talents under the saddle to show their form over the 1.35 m course. The high quality of the 29 duos starting is clearly reflected in the result. Because 21 young horses aged seven to eight years shone under their riders with error-free rounds within the time prescribed. As usual in international young horse show jumping, all duos with no errors were validated ex aequo on the first place. Amongst them also eight year-old Phin-Phin offspring Bylou under Austria’s Julia Kayser (T), seven year-old Horizon De Regor under Jos Lansink (BEL) and seven year-old stallion Copain under GLOCK Rider Gerco Schroeder (NED).

Test 13: CSIYH1*
GLOCK's YOUNGSTER TOUR

International show jumping competition according to errors and time, 1.35 m

1. Clintan Mb – Augustsson Angelica (SWE) 0
1. Zita 94 – Saurugg Markus (AUT/St) 0
1. Horizon de Regor – Lansink Jos (BEL) 0
1. Chino D'enfer – Módolo Zanotelli Marlon (BRA) 0
1. Heliante van Spieveldhoek – de Luca Lorenzo (ITA) 0
1. Delilah Z – Smolders Harrie (NED) 0
1. Codarco – Twomey Billy (IRL) 0
1. Halifax van het Kluizebos – Deusser Daniel (GER) 0
1. Calimero – Houtzager Marc (NED) 0
1. Upfront – Hough Lauren (USA) 0
1. Classic – Karaevli Omer (TUR) 0
1. Cynar V. – Fuchs Martin (SUI) 0
1. Celeste VIII – Mallat Maiju (FIN) 0
1. Copain – Schröder Gerco (NED) 0
1. Bylou – Kayser Julia (AUT/T) 0
1. Qudo S – Bruggink Gert Jan (NED) 0
1. Breitling Ls – Madden Elizabeth (USA) 0
1. Again du Toultia – Ehning Marcus (GER) 0
1. Galan S – Dinan Katherine A. (USA) 0
1. Lord Pepsi – Estermann Paul (SUI) 0

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