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Tobago Z has the upper hand in World Cup Madrid

26 / 11 / 2018


World Cup

The Madrid Horse Week in the Spanish capital had an exciting ending. Stephex rider Daniel Deusser took a second world cup win after Verona. This time he saddled the ten-year-old Tobago Z, which he guided to the victory in the sixth round of the season. Ten out of forty combinations returned to the jump-off, including Tobago Z. This ten-year-old son of Tangelo van de Zuuthoeve x Mr. Blue set the time to beat at 46.73 seconds, an achievement that no other could improve. Pieter Devos, who also won the World Cup of Stuttgart, did a nice attempt with Claire Z (Clearway x Coronado). They finished in 47.64 seconds, but a dropdown at a vertical put them in seventh place. The World Cup winners of Helsinki, Gudrun Patteet and Sea Coast Pebbles Z (Picasso Z x Flamenco de Semilly) left the first round with one time penalty, ending eleventh.

In the current standings of the Western European League, Pieter Devos is in second place with 49 points, followed by Daniel Deusser with 40 points.

CSI5*

Maikel van der Vleuten and Beauville Z (Bustique x Jumpy des Fontaines) cleared all courses in Madrid. The eight-year-old gelding also jumped to a second place in the 1.45m class against the clock.


CSI2*

28 riders appeared at the start of the two-star Grand Prix. Only five duos succeeded in clearing the first round. In the jump-off, three of them kept the zero on the scoreboard. The eight-year-old Valentino de Hus Z (Vivaldi du Seigneur x Trophee du Rozel) and his Spanish home crowd rider Santiago Nunez Riva had to settle for fourth place due to four penalty points. The grand dam of Valentino de Hus Z is Ueleme, who jumped World Cups and Nation Cups for France together with Olivier Jouanneteau. Luis Ferreira was placed sixth with Cerruti van ter Hulst Z (Cassini I x Corrado) due to one penalty point for exceeding the time allowed in the first round. 

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