Dutchman Jeroen Dubbeldam led the first class at CSI2* Mariënheem, where house riders took the top five places in second 2017 victory for the winner. (Photo © Photo Trailer)
The Dutch rider Jeroen Dubbeldam commanded at home the first class of the CSI2* Mariënheem, represented his second 2017 FEI victory.
In a short year of victories, Jeroen Dubbeldam flying on course designed by Jos Brinkman stopping the clock in 32.94 seconds, accompanied by the 11-year-old mare Gioia van het Neerenbosch (Nagano x Skippy II) and getting 50 World Ranking Points.
Making the best time of the jump-off, the World Equestrian Games Gold Medal commanded the first five Dutch positions being escorted by Marriet Hoekstra with the 10-year-old mare Wimphof’s Hinde (Berlin x Heartbreaker) in 33.39 seconds, third place for Alberto Zoer with the 10-year-old gelding Heechhiem’s Cancun Vdm (Balou du Rouet Z x Karandasj) recording 33.63 seconds and completed the Top 5 Jens van Grunsven in fourth place with a time of 33.65 seconds accompanied by the 10-year-old mare Cika and Sander Geerink were fifth with the 8-year-old gelding Enorme B (Tangelo van de Zuuthoeve x Manhattan) in 33.95 seconds.
By the Pan American Ranking Wilton Porter of the United States of America finished 36th with the best placed in a 4 fouls regular round next to mare Cula Lou V (Chacco-Blue x Sandro) and by Latino Ranking Mexican rider Ernesto Canseco exceeded the time allowed, accumulating 7 fouls in the 38th place with the 10-year-old mare Celebrity VDL (Indoctro x Emilion). Rolando Raul Gonzalez Valdez from Dominican Republic was also involved with Latinos, but was eliminated with the 8-year-old gelding Cody 101 (Cornet Fever x Carolus II).