Swiss rider Nadja Peter Steiner completed her two Grand Prix’s rounds of S.A.R Le Prince Héritier Moulay EL HASSAN, valid for the World Cup qualifying and beating Belgian Dominique Hendrickx. (Photo © Morocco Royal Tour)
The closing of the CSI3*-W Tetouan week on the Morocco Royal Tour featured the Swiss rider Nadja Peter Steiner as the great winner.
Featuring Nadja Peter Steiner with the 11-year-old mare Saura de Fondcombe (Balou du Rouet x Paladin Des lfs), she completed the two rounds in unbeatable time of 44.29 seconds and secured 80 World Ranking Points with her victory.
With the today’s result Nadja Peter Steiner reached the not inconsiderable figure of 16 FEI victories, with the €61,800 World Cup Grand Prix of S.A.R Le Prince Héritier Moulay EL HASSAN, the most important triumph in her career.
They were followed in the final order Dominique Hendrickx of Belgium in second place with the 10-year-old mare Col Pijnvenhof Z (Colman x Parco) in 46.80 seconds, third place for Karim Elzoghby of Egypt next to the 9-year-old stallion Caveman DH Z (Cardento x Corland) in time of 47.30 seconds, followed by French rider Alexandra Paillot accompanied by 9-year-old mare Lumina (Lordanos x Pilot) in 47.71 seconds and fifth place by Emanuele Bianchi of Italy getting a time of 48.70 seconds with the 15-year-old mare Vadetta vh Mettenhof (Oramé x Ahorn).