German rider Jöme Sprehe won by one hundredth of a second the jumtp-off round beating her countryman Toni Hassman. (Photo © Archive)
German rider Jöme Sprehe won the €25,000 Weltranglisten-Springprüfung mit Stechen in Frankfurt for a very close advantage.
Being the advantage of only 1 hundredth of a second for Jöme Sprehe next to the 11-year-old gelding Stakki’s Jumper (Stakkato Gold x Gouverneur) on her closest follower, the German rider got 50 World Ranking Points in a time of 33.57 seconds with the victory and led the one-two for home riders.
For second place Toni Hassman with the 9-year-old stallion Channing L (Cornet Obolensky (ex: Windows x Dinard L) finished the jump-off round in 33.58 seconds and for third place Dutch rider Lisa Nooren marked on blackboard the best time in 31.66 seconds, but she knocked down a pole with the 11-year-old gelding VDL Groep Sabech D’ha (Qredo de Paulstra x Talent Platiere).
Completed the Top 5 Ben Schröder of the Netherlands in fourth place with the 9-year-old stallion Davino Q (Vingino) accumulating 8 faults in 33.03 seconds and fifth place Christian Kukuk of Germany with the 10-year-old stallion Limonchello NT (Lord Caletto x Calido I) in time of 41.25 seconds plus 8 fouls, completing also the 5 jump-off classified riders.
By Latino Ranking the Puerto Rican amazon María Victoria Pérez got the last place with World Ranking Points in 16th place, accompanied by the 11-year-old mare Quitana 11 (Quick Star x Lucky Lionell), completing her regular round in 4 fouls and 59.91 seconds.