Some results

Deusser Is Dynamite with Scuderia 1918 Tobago Z In $214,000 Grand Prix CSIO4*, presented by JTWG, Inc.

Wellington, FL – March 7, 2021 – Success at the 2021 Winter Equestrian Festival (WEF) continued for Daniel Deusser (GER) as he and Scuderia 1918 Tobago Z, owned by Stephex and Scuderia 1918, put forth a brilliant double-clear effort to be crowned champion of the $214,000 Grand Prix CSIO4*, presented by JTWG, Inc. on Sunday, March 7, in the International Arena at the Palm Beach International Equestrian Center (PBIEC).

A total of 50 entries including six of the top 12 riders in the world, challenged the opening round track set by Steve Stephens (USA) and Nick Granat (USA), with eight pairs qualifying to return for the jump-off. Sixth to contest the subsequent round, Deusser and the 13-year-old Zangersheide stallion by Tangelo Vd Zuuthoeve x Mr Blue executed the track flawlessly, shaving nearly a second off the leading time to finish in 36.45 seconds.

Final Results: 214,000 Grand Prix CSIO4*, presented by JTWG, Inc.

1. SCUDERIA 1918 TOBAGO Z: 2008 Zangersheide stallion by Tangelo Vd Zuuthoeve x Mr Blue
DANIEL DEUSSER (GER), Stephex and Scuderia 1918: 0/0/36.45

2. CHAKARIA: 2010 DSP mare by Chap 47 x Askari 173
ANDRE THIEME (GER), Pferdemanagement & Marketing: 0/0/37.49

3. AMSTERDAM 27: 2010 Holsteiner gelding by Catoki x Acord II
TEDDY VLOCK (ISR), Vlock Show Stables, LLC: 0/0/37.91

4. DICAS: 2009 Rheinlander gelding by Diarado x Cassini I
MARGIE ENGLE (USA), Storm Ridge Capital LLC, Show Horses, Garber & Gladewinds Partners LLC: 0/0/38.84

5. DEZ OOKTOFF: 2008 KWPN stallion by Colandro x Lys Rouge
ROBERTO TERAN TAFUR (COL), Roberto Teran Tafur: 0/0/39.87

Watch the winning round here


Niels Bruynseels wins the first Longines Global Champions Tour Grand Prix of 2021

The 2021 Global Champions Tour season kicked off in Doha, Qatar on the weekend, with some of the world's top showjumpers producing thrilling rounds in the Longines Arena, AL SHAQAB.

34 combinations tackled the 1.60m Grand Prix track, and it was Belgium’s Niels Bruynseels and Delux Van T & L who took the win. Seven combinations jumped clear in the first round, with only four of these going on to produce clear rounds in the jump-off.

After his win, an emotional Niels said: “I am so so happy that I won today, this championship has the best riders and horses in the world, I can only thank my amazing horse who always gives everything for me."

Italy’s Lorenzo De Luca took second place with Nuance Bleue VDM Z, just 0.27 seconds behind the winner, while Canada’s Eric Lamaze finished third riding Dieu Merci Van T & L ahead of fourth placed Bart Bles with Kriskras DV. Australia’s Edwina Tops-Alexander finished 21st riding Identity Vitseroel, picking up 8 jumping penalties in Round 1.

Full results from the event can be found here.

Piergiorgio Bucci and Cochello top won theCSI4* 1.50m Grand Prix in Vilamoura last Sunday 7

Piergiorgio Bucci won the four-star Csi Grand Prix in Vilamoura by one second behind the most direct opponent, the German Finja Bormann on Clippo.

Read her the final results