Victory for the Turkish rider Derin Demirsoy defeating the house representative Martine Myhrer Dyngeland by 20 hundredths of a second. (Photo © Alice Bjerke)
The conclusion of the CSIO3* Drammen at Norway, had a very disputed end during the realization of the Grand Prix presented by Oxer, where Turkish rider Derin Demirsoy won to the house representative Martine Myhrer Dyngeland by 20 hundredths of second in the tiebreaker.
Being the only classified riders to the jump-off, Derin Demirsoy World No. 152, obtained its first FEI victory of the year, when completing its field in 39.24 seconds with 13-year-old stallion Harry K (Equest Carnute x Robin Z II) and thus to take possession of the stage, when the public supported its representative Martine Myhrer Dyngeland, who was very close to obtaining its first FEI triumph in its round, where it occupies World No. 1,186 but was a little slower in 39.44 seconds with second double clear round of the competition, next to 11-year-old gelding Douglas Hill (Ard VDL Douglas x Clover Hill).
The best seeded Gregory Wathelet of Belgium, World No. 22, stopped the clock in 73.29 seconds to be the second course with 4 fastest faults and finish in 6th place with 9-year-old stallion Mjt Nevados S (Calvados Z x Romualdo Kwpn).