19 March 2018
The weekend winners:
In Paris, Simon Delestre couldn’t thank his sponsor Hermès in a better way as he won the 8th edition of the Saut Hermès with Ryan des Hayettes (Hugo Gesmeray) who wins a new event of GL Events after the World Cup stage in Lyon. He is ahead of Niels Bryunseels who, one week after his triumph at ‘s Hertogenbosh, was on the verge of starting up again with Gancia de Muze (Malito de Rêve) while Marcus Ehning who had been the first to set off in this 14 men jump-off finished in a great 3rd place behind the Belgian… like last week but Cornardo NRW (Cornet Obolensky) is well back at the highest level a few weeks before the World Cup final in Paris. Let’s also remember the 4th place of the European champion and Olympic vice-champion Peder Fredericson with his exceptional new recruit Hansson WL (Hip Hop x Iowa). In Arezzo, the victory went to Bruno Chimirri on Tower Mouche (Diamant de Sémilly) ahead of Martin Fuchs on Chica B Z (Canturano) and Conor Swail on Domino van de Valhoeve (Lord Z). Grégory Cottard takes another victory with his Regate d’Aure (Robin II Z) by winning the Villeneuve Loubet Grand Prix** ahead of Joffrey Buard on Uncle AD WZ (Untouchable Z) and Vincent Feuillerac on Concaro (Carinjo) for a 100% tricolour podium. In Lier, it is Gilles Thomas who wins the Grand Prix with Conaro (Con Capitol) ahead of Sanne Thijssen on Celine M Z (Cruador) while Camron Hanley Aiyetoro (Concorde) leaving Nicola Philippaerts at the foot of the podium with Bisquet Balou C (Balou du Rouet) who is back in shape for the outdoor season. Thomas Rousseau wins the Grand Prix** of Le Mans with the GFE stallion Up To You in front of Alexis Gautier on Siroco de Coquerie and Jérôme Gachignard on Great Miracle for a franco-French competition. Katharina Offel wins the Grand Prix** of Oliva with Elien (Carambole) ahead of Micky Morssinkhof on Happy Girl 42 (Non Stop) and Annelies Vorsselmans on Wilandro 2 (Unistar).
19 March 2018
The weekend winners:
In Paris, Simon Delestre couldn’t thank his sponsor Hermès in a better way as he won the 8th edition of the Saut Hermès with Ryan des Hayettes (Hugo Gesmeray) who wins a new event of GL Events after the World Cup stage in Lyon. He is ahead of Niels Bryunseels who, one week after his triumph at ‘s Hertogenbosh, was on the verge of starting up again with Gancia de Muze (Malito de Rêve) while Marcus Ehning who had been the first to set off in this 14 men jump-off finished in a great 3rd place behind the Belgian… like last week but Cornardo NRW (Cornet Obolensky) is well back at the highest level a few weeks before the World Cup final in Paris. Let’s also remember the 4th place of the European champion and Olympic vice-champion Peder Fredericson with his exceptional new recruit Hansson WL (Hip Hop x Iowa). In Arezzo, the victory went to Bruno Chimirri on Tower Mouche (Diamant de Sémilly) ahead of Martin Fuchs on Chica B Z (Canturano) and Conor Swail on Domino van de Valhoeve (Lord Z). Grégory Cottard takes another victory with his Regate d’Aure (Robin II Z) by winning the Villeneuve Loubet Grand Prix** ahead of Joffrey Buard on Uncle AD WZ (Untouchable Z) and Vincent Feuillerac on Concaro (Carinjo) for a 100% tricolour podium. In Lier, it is Gilles Thomas who wins the Grand Prix with Conaro (Con Capitol) ahead of Sanne Thijssen on Celine M Z (Cruador) while Camron Hanley Aiyetoro (Concorde) leaving Nicola Philippaerts at the foot of the podium with Bisquet Balou C (Balou du Rouet) who is back in shape for the outdoor season. Thomas Rousseau wins the Grand Prix** of Le Mans with the GFE stallion Up To You in front of Alexis Gautier on Siroco de Coquerie and Jérôme Gachignard on Great Miracle for a franco-French competition. Katharina Offel wins the Grand Prix** of Oliva with Elien (Carambole) ahead of Micky Morssinkhof on Happy Girl 42 (Non Stop) and Annelies Vorsselmans on Wilandro 2 (Unistar).