The German rider Felix Haussmann won the Grand Prix to take a car, leaving one-two home riders being escorted by Simone Blum. Participated Marlon Modolo Zanotelli and Maria Victoria Perez. (Photo © Carolin Wortmann)
The German rider Felix Hassmann left with the car to win the Nörten-Hardenberg CSI3* Grand Prix at Germany, after he took the car as a prize to the winner in company of 10-year-old mare Balance (Balou du Rouet x Landadel).
Taking a time of 39.28 seconds for his jump-off round, Felix Hassman added 50 World Rankings points in a course designed by German Frank Rothenberger, disputed that round of 10 classified pairs, of which 8 were representatives of house.
The second position was Simone Blum for one-two German, performing with 10-year-old mare DSP Alice (Askari x Landrebell) in 40.51 seconds, breaking the local streak the American rider Michael Hughes, being the best representative of Pan-American Ranking in third place next to 13-year-old stallion Zerlin M (Berlin x Concorde) registering a time of 42.23 seconds.
By Latino Ranking the Brazilian Marlon Modolo Zanotelli managed to close the group of best 16 classified, which secured FEI Ranking points accompanied by the 9-year-old stallion Dienellie (Berlin x Lupicor) totaling 4 faults, while Puerto Rican Maria Victoria Pérez with 12 fouls, finished 25th in company of 11-year-old mare Quitana 11 (Quick Star x Lucky Lionell).