Second consecutive victory in consecutive days for the Swiss rider Pius Schwizer in Germany getting up to leave 6 home riders this time behind his location. Participation Rene Lopez from Colombia, Bliss Heers from US and Maria Victoria Perez of Puerto Rico. (Photo © Badenclassics)
For the second consecutive day the Swiss Pius Schwizer takes over the first place, the role and the CSI3* in Offenburg, Germany to keep his hot streak by winning the two class held so far, which has achieved 100 FEI World Ranking points.
This time the famous Swiss rider is presented with the 10-years-old gelding Leonard de la Ferme CH (Landjuweel x Indigene de Corday) owned by Marcel Merkli to lead a jump-off of 13 classified with a time of 39.04 seconds. The battle for victory was not simple in this second time, beating by a lead of 32 hundredths of a second German Daniel Deusser and Toulago (Toulon x Carthago) an 11-years-old gelding owned by Karin Haber & Stephex Stables to ending time of 39.36 seconds.
The strong representation in the class by home riders was felt in subsequent place, when they could occupy the second through seventh. The third place went to Felix Hassmann accompanied with 9-years-old mare Horse Gym’s Balance (Balou du Rouet x Landadel) who closed the hard struggle for victory in time of 39.46 seconds, while the fourth and fifth to complete top five was in the representation of Marcel Marschall with the 11-years-old mare Fenia van Klapscheut (Cicero Z x Ahorn Z) recording 40.77 seconds and Christopher Kläsener with Quincy (Quality x Lordanos) a 11-years-old stallion owned by Koksalan Selcuk in a clear round with 40.80 seconds.
The delegation by PanAm Ranking (PAEC) Colombian Rene Lopez Best Latin of these in a distant place of 35th in court 5 fouls for the regular round with Big Brother (Untouchable x Gran Corrado), followed by the US Bliss Heers at the No. 43 that dropped two rails for 8 faults and Puerto Rican Maria Victoria Perez had 14 fouls in the place 57.