The last day of CDI Lier was taken up with the Kür to music for ponies. We watched 16 combinations at work. Once again there was a battle for gold between Gemma Owen and Sophia Ritzinger. Our compatriots also did well.
The victory was eventually for the British rider Gemma Owen. Together with the ten-year-old Der Kleine Lord (by Der Feine Lord) the rider scored a total of 75.167%. This made it her second victory this weekend. The German Sophia Ritzinger, who won the Individual test yesterday, finished now in second place with the chestnut Den Ostriks Dailan (by Leuns Veld’s Lord). They scored 73.917%. The Dutch rider Micky Schelstraete was third with the grey stallion Elin’s Noncisdador (by Nostradamus) This combination scored 73.208% in total.
Also in the top five were Maud Adriaensen with N-Constantino vd Bolkerhoeve and Thessa Gilbers with Baumann’s Despino (by Fs Don’t Worry). They received 71.292% and 71.083% respectively from the judges.