NRHA European Futurity: Italy’s Markus Schopfer impresses at Kreuth.

BON 1828bassa Markus Schopfer Jokin Whiz Int Open

The Open European Futurity and KL Performance Horses Non Pro Futurity are just two of the reining competitions being played out at the NRHA European championships in Kreuth.
Coming in first place in day one we find Markus Schopfer, the Alto Adige native, with Jokin Whiz, a stallion and son to Who Whiz and Jokin Peppy purchased last year.
Second place was taken by Switzerland’s Terry Schultz with Don With Chrome while the final podium slot went to Poland’s Lukas Czechowich on Tejano Revolutions.
In the Non Pro category, the victory went to Holland’s Suzanne Scharroo with Royal Big Step BB (Wimpys Little Step x Little Royal BH), a 6 year-old gelding.
It meant that Germany’s Ulrike Frey had to settle for second place with Dreams and Prizes even if she was extremely close and lost out by just half a point.
Frey has however taken the overall leadership of the Arcese Intermediate Non Pro category and Arcese Limited Non Pro category.

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