Dutchman Albert Zoer commanded the one-two for home riders and won the €24,600 Eye Watch Security Prix. (Photo © Equestrian Center of Peelbergen)
Dutch rider Albert Zoer commanded the one-two for his country by winning the €24,600 Eye Watch Security Prix, completing a fasted jump-off round.
The extensive class that counted on the participation of 94 pairs on course designed by Henk Linders, everything was defined in the jump-off with Albert Zoer leading the group of 13 classified riders.
With a time of 37.14 seconds, Albert Zoer accompanied by the 10-year-old gelding Heechhiem’s Cancun Vdm (Calou du Rouet Z x Karandasj), achieved 50 World Ranking points with his victory and was escorted by the Flying Dutchman Gerco Schröder, who finished in 37.27 seconds with the 13-year-old stallion Glock’s Zaranza (Karandasj x Heartbreaker).
The top five in the first class of the CSI2* Kronenberg were Maurice Tebbel of Germany in third place with 10-year-old mare Camilla PJ (Calme x Picard) in 38.39 seconds, fourth place Nicole Persson of Sweden recording a time of 39.71 seconds with the 14-year-old gelding Balounito (Balou du Rouet x Widolan) and fifth place Ben Schröder of the Netherlands in 39.71 seconds next to the 10-year-old gelding Glock’s Champions Ludwig (Ludwigs Ass x Karandasj).
By the Latino Ranking was the best presentation by Maria Victoria Pérez of Puerto Rico, not managing to finish within the points in the 24th place, registering a good 4 fouls regular round with the 11-year-old mare Quitana 11 (Quick Star x Lucky Lionell) and time of 69.02 seconds. The Pan American Ranking also involved Kara Chad of Canada finishing in 5 fouls to ranked 39th and Alice Oken of the United States did it in 43rd position accumulating 8 fouls, while Brazilian rider Rodrigo Mesquita Marinho accumulated the same 8 faults in the 45th place with the 15-year-old gelding Cleofas Van Westuur (Toulon x Wibramino).