The Australian and the 10-year-old bay Dutch Warmblood mare (Espri x Libero H) were phenomenal throughout their two runs, soaring over all the 1.60m obstacles and blazing through the course in40.08 seconds for the victory.
Max Kühner (AUT) & Chardonnay (Clarimo x Corrado I) were the closest ones, finishing second only due to their time of 42.33 seconds. Manuel Fernandez Saro (ESP) & Cuidam (Verdi x Chellano) brought some delight to the home crowd, finishing third backed by a clear performance in 43.89 seconds during the tiebreaker.
Photo: © FEI / Manuel Queimalos
Categories: Longines FEI World Cup Jumping