WEG: a round-up of today’s events in the dressage, reining and para-dressage

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The first round of trials in the dressage discipline has come to an end at the World Equestrian Games with Germany’s Kristina Sprehe leading the provisional leader board. Sprehe scored 78.814% on Desperados FRH and following behind in second was her team-mate Fabienne Lutkemeier on D’Agostino FRH (73.586%). The provisional final podium slot went to Holland’s Diederik can Silfhout on Arlando HN NOP (73.414%). The other riders finished as follows: 4th Josè Antonio Garcia Mena ESP Norte Lovera5th Mikala Munter Gundersen DEN My Lady6th Jeroen Devroe BEL Eres DL7th Gareth Hughes GBR DV Stenkjers Nadonna8th Jeanna Hogberg SWE Darcia VH9th Tina Konyot USA Calecto V Tomorrow it will be the turn of the remaining riders including Italians Leonardo Tiozzo on Randon and Valentina Truppa with Fixdesign Eremo del Castegno. The individual qualification round for reining also took place today and it was dominated by the Italian adopted by the United States and competing for the stars and stripes, Andrea Fappani with Custom Cash Advance (224 points). Second place was taken by Belgian Ann Poels on Nic Ricochet (222.5) and third place by American Jordan Larson with HF Mobster (221). In joint fourth place on 218 points we find Martin Larcombe with Wimpys Cute Tune (AUS), Gilson Vieira Diniz Filho on Steppin Off Sparks (BRA), Grisha Ludwig with Ruf Tuf Twice (GER), in seventh Germany’s Volker Schmitt with Smokin Mifillena, 8th Australian Shaun Saunders with Sparkin Tinsel, 9th Belgian Piet Mestdagh on RS Spat Mano War and 10th Britain’s Josh Collins on Spook a Little. The best ranked Italian in this category so far is Gennaro Lendi in 18th place with Piccolo Spanish (213 points). For a full list of the results, please see the following: https://www.horseshowjumping.tv/files/REI-PRI-IND-FQR.pdf To finish, Germany’s Hannelore Brenner on Women of the World (72.474%) is currently leading the provisional standings in the para-dressage third degree category. She is followed by Holland’s Sanne Voets with Vedet PB NOP (72.053%) in second and Denmark’s Annika Lykke Risum with Arosa Fenris (69.868%) in third.

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