Since the end of June, the show jumping riders have met again and again near St. Tropez (France) at Hubside Jumping Grimaud event. A pleasure that is usually on the riders' work schedule every week, but is comparatively rare this year - due to the corona pandemic. For eleven weeks, the riders used the opportunity to ride their horses in the arena at the Hubside Jumping series. The season ended with the last CSI4 * Grand Prix in Grimaud. The victory in this Grand Prix was secured by Daniel Deusser, who rode his brillant 12-year-old stallion Tobago. In the saddle of his top horse, that suffered from a small injury at the beginning of the year and then could not return to sport as quickly as planned due to the numerous event cancellations, Daniel Deußer proved that he and his top horse are in excellent shape.

A total of 46 couples competed at the CSI4 * Grand Prix in Grimaud. Course designer Cédric Longey had arranged the obstacles in the ring skillfully. Only eight horse and rider combinations managed to show a clear round in made it to the jump-off. Two combinations had mistakes, the rest of them achieved faultless rounds. The master of faster was Daniel Deußer with his Tobago, who left no doubt that he is back in top form. With a time of 38.30 seconds, the pair was significantly faster than second-placed Frenchman Kevin Staut with Viking de la Rousserie (39.06). Third place went to Harrie Smolders with Dolinn (39.17).

Equestrian
Beezie Madden and Breitling claim victory in the CSI3 * Wellington Grand Prix
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results

Equestrian
McLain Ward and Catoki triumph in the opening Grand Prix in Wellington
13/01/2021 AT 10:33
Equestrian
FEI makes it clear: Adjustments to the rules for the World Cup dressage final are due to Corona
13/01/2021 AT 10:10