Daniel Deusser is unstoppable at home!
Cornet d'Amour competed in his last show jumping rounds under the watchful eye of Stephan Conter and the entire Stephex team, but also in front of Jenny Rågdel Lagerqvist, his groom who accompanied the grey during his golden period, before being replaced by Sean Lynch. A great moment for Daniel Deusser who celebrated by winning anew with Calisto Blue (Chacco Blue) in the main event of the day after his victory the day before with Killer Queen Vdm (Eldorado vh Zeshoek). "Two wins in a row at home is pretty amazing. I knew I wouldn't be the fastest in the straight-line questions, especially since I prefer to add a stride. As a result, I knew I had to nail my turns, and the two tight turns went very well," said Daniel Deusser ahead of a Belgian trio led by Jos Verlooy on Jacobien vd Dwerse Hagen (Va-vite), in front of Frederik Vernaet on Euptrik van Beek (Clintord) and Dominique Hendrickx on Vintadge de la Roque (Kannan) who was the winner of the first big event on Thursday.
It was a Scottish victory in the Grand Prix** with Jemma Kirk and her incredible Quelisto (J'ai l'espoir d'Elle), where she won ahead of the only other jump-off rider in the event, Jan Vermeir, with her young 8-year-old stallion Le Blue Diamond van't Ruytershof (Plot Blue)