Werth takes the win in Holland

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Isabell Werth Weihegold 1

Amsterdam was the scene for the sixth leg of the Dressage World Cup which has been won by Isabell Werth. The German horsewoman was in action with Weihegold Old and took the spoils thanks to a score of 90.720.
In second spot we find the in-form Carl Hester with Nip Tuck. The Britain scored 83.325 while following behind in third was Sweden’s Patrick Kittel with a score of 80.325 with Deja. The rest of the top-ten was as follows:
4th Edward Gal NED Glock’s Voice 80.245
5th Hans PEter Minderhound NED Glock’s Flirt 79.610
6th Emmelie Scholtens NED Apache 78. 016
7th Madeleine Witte-Vrees NED 75.320
8th Patrick van der Meer NED 75.320
9th Jorinde Verwimp NED Tiamo 75.095
10th Jessica von Bredow-Werndl GER Zaire E 75.055
SEE HERE FOR MORE: http://results.scgvisual.com/2017/amsterdam/r18.html
In show-jumping meanwhile, Italy’s Emanuele Gaudiano came third with Chalou in the De Telegraaf Prijs over 1.50m. The Azzurri rider claimed the podium finish thanks to a double clear. The winner of the trial was Jur Vrieling while Manuel Fernandez Saro was runner-up. SEE HERE FOR MORE: http://results.scgvisual.com/2017/amsterdam/r3.html
photo: Isabell Werth – Weihegold at the prize giving for the freestyle FEI World Cup Dressage™ Amsterdam 2017
Photo Arnd Bronkhorst/FEI
www.jumpingamsterdam.nl
(MC)

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