Emanuele Gaudiano the Master of CSI4* Horses&Dreams at Hagen.

Emanuele Gaudiano added his fourth win of the week to take a new victory in Grand Prix Deutschen Kreditbank AG, being The Master of Masters to his rivals. (Photo © Stefan Lafrentz)

 

To complete what was an almost perfect week for Italian rider Emanuele Guadiano, he added his fourth victory by dispatching his rivals as Mastermaster in the Destechen Kreditbank AG Grand Prix at CSO 4* Horses&Drems in Hagen, Germany.

Being the most important class of the week delivering €75,000 for top 12, Emanuele Gaudiano did not waste the opportunity for double round that led him to victory in a time of 50.30 seconds with 11-year-old stallion Caspar 232 (Berlin x Padrazo 2), which accredited 80 World Ranking points. The second position was for Austrian rider Christian Rhomberg with 11-year-old gelding Saphyr des Lacs (Mr. Blue x First Bride), completing his presentation in 50.93 seconds while third place was home rider Markus Beerbaum and 11-year-old stallion Comanche 28 (Coupe de Couer x Baloubet du Rouet) in 51.12 seconds.

The top five finishers was completed in fourth place Sweden Douglas Lindelöw, who recorded a time of 51.23 seconds with 12-year-old gelding Zacramento (Cardento x Cortus) and fifth place was by Dutchman Marc Houtzager in 53.30 seconds with 11-year-old gelding Sterrehof’s Baccarat (Padinos x Silvio I).

Although the Grand Prix did not have the participation of Latino’s Ranking riders, Canadian Ben Asselin was the unique one in the class by Pan American Ranking, being able to finish in 11th position with 8 fouls in 55.78 seconds in company of 9-year-old gelding Cool Feeling (Cornado x Lancer II).

 

Final Results