Swedish rider Irma Karlsson dominated the Two Rounds of CSI2* Neustadt-Dosse’s beginning at Germany, beating the home riders by escorting her to sixth place. (Photo © CSI Neustadt-Dosse International Horseshow)
Swedish rider Irma Karlsson had an excellent beginning at CSI2* Neustadt-Dosse week in Germany, to reign the €24,800 Prize der Deutschen Kreditbank AG.
A total of 65 pairs participated for the first class on course designed by German Christian Wiegand, where the Swedish Irma Karlsson secured 50 World Ranking Points with her today’s victory, along with her 10-year-old mare Ida Van de Bisschop (Kashmir van Schuttershof x Papillon Rouge) owned by Tom de Craene.
The Two Rounds course had the reign of Irma Karlsson in time of 40.57 seconds and was followed by six German riders, who could do nothing to shave the time of the winner. The second place was for Holger Wulschner next to the 13-year-old stallion BSC Cha Cha Cha (Casall x Le Grand I) in 41.41 seconds and third Amke Stroman with the 12-year-old gelding Forchello (For Pleasure x Collin L) finished in 41.49 seconds.
Completed the German run to sixth place Max-Hilmar Borchert with the 13-year-old gelding Caspino 4 (Carinjo x Cascadeur) in 42.17 seconds, fifth place was Maximilian Lill with the 13-year-old gelding Checkers 10 (Coronado x Clerus) in 42.87 seconds and sixth place Cedric Wolf with the 12-year-old mare Cho Chang J (Chacco-Blue x Grand Amour) in 43.20 seconds.
For Pan American Ranking the US rider Annabel Joost with the 13-year-old gelding Stakkato Rouge (Stakkato x Vert et Rouge) finishing 42nd with 8 fouls in her first round and by Latino Ranking Ezequiel Andrés Ferro Menéndez from Argentina, he accumulated 10 fouls in his first round to finish 53rd next to the 15-year-old gelding Lacoeur (Lavall II x Cor de la Bryere).