The number 1 pair of the international dressage world did it again. Isabell Werth and her thirteen-year-old Oldenburg mare Weihegold (Don Schufro x Sandro Hit) just won the FEI World Cup Dressage Grand Prix in Amsterdam. Their victory was very clear, since they stayed way ahead of the competition with a score of 80,217% and all five judges placed them first. That success wasn’t even changed by some faulty flying changes.
Second place went to the German rider Helen Langehanenberg and Damsey FRH (Dressage Royal). They scored 76,939% without any major mistakes, and managed to stay in front of the Swedish rider Patrik Kittel and Deja (Silvano). Edward Gal and Glock’s Zonik (Blue Hors Zack) took hold of the fourth place for the Netherlands with 74,283% while Jessica von Bredow-Werndl and Unee BB (Gribaldi) came in fifth.
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