Dressage: the Dutch take two wins at the World Dressage Masters.

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Hans Peter Minderhound is leading the overall standings at the World Dressage Masters in Lier after winning the Grand Prix WDM with Zanardi.
The Dutchman and his elegant grey mount beat the competition with a superb performance which earned the duo a score of 72.540%.
Second place was taken by the Belgian champion Jeroen Devroe with Eres DL (72.380%) and third place by Patrick van der Meer with Zippo (71.360%).
Moving on, in the WDM Grand Prix Freestyle the winner was once again from Holland in the form of Tommie Visser with Variohippique’s Vingino after a score of 75.200%.
Hans Peter Minderhound also impressed in the Freestyle and after first place in the previous competition came in second place with a score of 75.050%.
Ukraine’s Inna Logutenkova with Fleraro took the final podium slot with a score of 74.625%.
The rest of the top-ten was as follows:
4th Patrick van der Meer NED Zippo
5th Morgan Barbancçon Mestre ESP Vitana V
6th Kristian von Krusentierna SWE Languedoc
7th Helene Melsen DEN Aston Martin
8th Anne Van Holst DEN Vorst
9th Theo Hanzon NED Zoe
10th Mario van Orshaegen BEL Wilco V
source: www.worlddressagemasters.com

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