Philip Rüping with the car when winning the Prize of Agravis.

German rider Philip Rüping take the victory at home, securing the car as first prize and overtaking Irish rider Cameron Hanley. (Photo © www.sportfotos-lafrentz.de)

 

The German rider Philip Rüping was solid at home to take the victory in Prize of AGRAVIS and regionalen Raiffeisen-Genossenschaften.

Being the second day of the CSI3* Oldenburg the home rider Philip Rüping assured 50 World Ranking Points with his first place next to the 10-year-old stallion Messenger (Montender x Baloubet du Rouet) plus a car as part of the first prize.

After completing a regular round with 50 pairs on course designed by Christian Wiegand, a total of 7 riders returned to the jump-off led by Philip Rüping who completing his route in 33.66 seconds, which overcame the Irish rider Cameron Hanley and his 8-year-old gelding Quirex (Quirado x Concept) finishing in second place with a time of 33.72 seconds, while third place was taken by Nicole Persson from Sweden in 34.63 seconds accompanied by the 9-year-old mare Sagolda (Sandro Boy x Carthago) to be the last double clear round of the class.

The Top 5 was completed by home rider Meredith Michael-Beerbaum in fourth place with the 8-year-old gelding Calle 67 (Carell x Capitalist), marking the fastest time in 33.24 seconds, but knocking down a pole leaving the three times Word Cup champion without a chance to win. For fifth place Christopher Kläsener registered a time of 35.08 seconds with 4 fouls next to the 10-year-old stallion Inline (Iberio x Sao Paulo).

By Pan American Ranking Chloe Reid of the United States would finish in 23rd place outside the points to accumulate 8 fouls regular round with the 10-year-old mare Sally 643 (Salito x Werther) and Canadian rider Ben Asselin with the same 8 fouls, finished in 28th position next to the 9-year-old gelding Cool Feeling (Cornado x Lancer II).

 

Final Results