Alberto Michan wins Friday’s 1.50 speed class in Stuttgart.

While Michán collects 8 wins this year 2015, now gets his first win in FEI competitions of the season, casually beating the winner of yesterday Reed Kessler who scored his first win of the year. (Photo © Carolin Wortmann)

 

With a total of 35 competitors FEI second class was conducted in the Stuttgart German Masters CSI5* and the victory of the Mexican Alberto Michan in speed class that distributed 50 World Ranking points for the winner and a bag of 30,000 Euros the top 12 classifieds.

Setting the fastest time against the clock, Michan on the exemplary Camilo LS la Silla (Portofino x Cor de la Bryere) got his first win of the year class to World Ranking points, stopping the clock at 61.84 seconds, which will look up places where he currently holds the worldwide in place 153. The difference which beat Alberto Michan to Reed Kessler, winner of yesterday and second occupant was 2 seconds, to finish their presentation in 63.98 seconds with 10 years old mare Charity 33 (L x Cayetano C-Indoctro).

In third place Sweden rider Douglas Lindelöf with Casello (Casall x Carolus I) marked a time of 64.22 seconds, beating the Frenchman Patrice Delaveau and Lacrimoso 3 HDC (Landjunge x Cascavelle) that ranked fourth recording 64.27 seconds. Closing fifth in the top five the first German representative appeared with his super star Ludger Beerbaum and Chaman (Baloubet du Rouet x Love You) with 16 years old, they left on board a time of 65.63 seconds.

Which was well represented at this event by winning the Latin delegation attended two more juntes, Brazilian Pedro Veniss being ranked 26th best on the court located 8 faults and 67.45 seconds with Rissoa d’Ag Bois Margot (Quaprice Boimargot Quincy * quap x Artichaut), while swarmed with Daniel Bluman from Colombia and Concreto Apardi (Corland x Kannan) ended with the same number of faults, but exceeded the time allowed for a total of 9 faults in 74.01 seconds in ranked 30th.

 

Final Results €30.000 Prize of DIW Instandhaltung Ltd. & Co. KG 1.50m