Led by World Champion Jeroen Dubbeldam who set the party in the VDL Stud Prijs, representatives of home were placed in the top four to show its force in the CSI3* Drachten. (Photo © DigiShots)
A feast in the stands ended up being the VDL Study Prijs thanks to the strong performance by home riders led by World Champion Jeroen Dubbeldam is owned of the first four places.
Setting the standard in a 15 jump-off classified, where 6 were Dutch, Dubbeldam and the 11-years-old gelding Classic Man V (Cornet Obolensky x Gralshüter) owner by Vogt, Hermann completed its course in 33.08 seconds to excel by 1 second to Leopold van Asten and VDL Groep C Tara Z (Crown Z x Cash ) a 9-year-old mare owned by Stoeterij Duyselshof who ultimately mark a time of 34.09 seconds.
The third and fourth place also went to the Dutch representatives with Robert Vos and and the 14-years-old gelding Interline H (x Indoctro Elmshorn) in time of 34.48 seconds, escorted by Willem Greve and Carrera (Larino x Contender) a 9-years-old stallion owned by Gebroeders Van Manen & Stal Van Vliet marking a time of 34.78 seconds without demolition of a total of 6 pairs that would complete their presentations with double clear.
The best from Latino Ranking and PAEC Ranking was the american rider Lucy Davis finished in 35th place with Cassis 54 (Candidatus x Landadel) in regular round of 4 fouls, while Marlon Módolo Zanotelli from Brazil did in 38th with Icarus (Querlybet Hero x Skippy II) also knocking a rail.