The German rider enjoyed the support of the public and go driving your new vehicle to overtake John Whitaker of Great Britain in the jump-off. Alberto Michan of Mexico eighth. (Photo © Carolin Wortmann)
Strong dispute to take the car as the main prize at the Mercedes German Masters held in Stuttgart, Germany and week CSI5*, where home rider Christian Ahlmann would driving through a difference of 1.51 seconds.
While competition is fierce and even presented by the small number of participants, 12 were the binomials who started the race in dispute, with 7 return to determine the winner brand, the German Ahlmann on 12 years old Colorit (Coriano x Capitol I ), stop the clock at 33.06 seconds to graduate without knockdowns in the second day of competition.
The second place went to Briton John Whitaker and Ornellaia (For Pleasure x Calato), a mare with 10 years old and owned by Team Harmony Management Co Ltd, another perfect field in 34.57 seconds. Meanwhile Alexander Hinz, patio also would take third with Campitello (Concetto x Come On), and this pair was the last double clear of the night in time of 38.39 seconds.
The top five completed in the fourth with Kevin Staut of France and the 9 year old mare Ayade of Septon Et HDC (Wandor go Mispelaere x Belle d’Avril du Mazy) doit the second fastest time of the class in 33 84 seconds, but knocking down a rail that left him no chance. For the fifth Douglas Lindelöf from Sweden and Udermus (Odermus R x Jackson) would bring down a pole with upper time of 34.93 seconds.
The only Latino in participating was the Mexican Alberto Michan winner early, appearing for the class with Caruso LS la Silla (Montebello Chair x Joost) no chance of qualifying for the jump-off, then that ended with a rail down her regular run for a total of 4 faster faults in 63.57 seconds.