Speed class dominating the representative of Egypt overcame the home rider Felix Hassman and snatch the car that was first prize in dispute with difference of 90 hundredths of a second. (Photo © Thomas Hellman)
Big party in Leipzig, Germany and the realization of the week CSI5* where Egypt Karim Elzoghny was the big winner of the carriage in dispute, during the celebration of Preis J.J. von Darboven in speed class at a height of 1.45m.
Accompanied with the 10-years-old Mare Colour Girl (Cormint x Locato) owned by Bell Equestrian Fund BV, Elzoghby mark an unbeatable time of 51.09 seconds to exit the vehicle driving gave the first, followed in second place by home representative German Felix Hassman with 11-years-old gelding Brazonado SL (SL Baluarte x Silvestre) owned by Coudelaria Souza Leao, completing their course in time of 51.99 seconds and the difference of just 90 hundredths of a second and to completing the podium in third place the Dutch Gert Jan Bruggink who appeared with the 15-years-old mare Mcb Elke (Lux x Peter Pan) owned by Pia-Luise Aufrecht stopping the clock at 52.10 seconds.
They completed the highlights five of the competition in fourth place the Swedish Douglas Lindelöw with Talina (Matterhorn x Heidelberg) a 16-years-old mare, while fifth place was occupied by the German Maurice Tebbel and Camilla PJ (Calme x Picard) a 9-years-old mare owned by Justine Tebbel in time of 53.77 seconds.