Intense day of action at Tuscan Tour

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Intense day at  Arezzo which started with victory for Sweden’s Jens Fredricson on Lunatic (Landlord), followed by Briton Joseph Clayton on Ingliston Twister (Tornado) and German Thomas Holz on Champ (Cashandcarry).
The best Italian was European Junior Champion Emanuele Bianchi on Roadster (Cantos) who finished seventh.
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The event of seven-year-olds was won by Bronislav Chudyba on Zapria (Colman), ahead of Louise Torgersen on Belinda (Balou du Rouet) and Marek Lewicki on Codetia VDL (Hold Up Premier).
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Another Swede Elin Uppling on Care for Love (Cardento) was also victorious, followed by the Greek Kriton Zafiropoulos on Dicaprio (Berlin), with Marek Lewixki again third this time on Donjuan H (Zapatero).
Italian Emilio Bicocchi was fifth on Orso del Terriccio and 8th on Antaeus.
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Good Equestrian World for Italy in the five-year-old category with four qualifiers: William Furlini on Celytis (Canstakko) and Jumping Cosmo (Cosmo), Alessandro Paletto on Bacard di Villagana (Zeus) and Duccio Neri on Dancing Naked (Luidam).
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The eagerly-awaited Gold Tour is at 13.00 over 1.45m with GP qualification. The Gold Tour 1.40m follows and the Silver Tour 1.40m is after that with the Junior Tour 1.20m also in the programme.
The Dante Arena saw Emilio Bicocchi win on Hailoubet Vassago (Baloubet du Rouet) ahead of Joseph Clayton on Zorland (Corland), with the Swiss Adam Schmid on Krambouli v Schl’hof (Karondo) third.
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