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).