Longines Grand Prix Switzerland went to Germany

The victory of the Longines Grand Prix went to Germany. Hans-Dieter Dreher aboard Cool and Easy stayed cool and finished the second round with the fastest time and the first place. Like usual the German rider attacked and took the shortest possible ways to the obstacles. And was shortly faster than the US-rider Lucy Davis with Baron, who went through the course just before him and finished as 2nd. Among the ten riders that went clear for the second round were three Swiss. Anika Sprunger was shortly slower with Bonne Chance, but finished as excellent 3rd. Paul Estermann, the winner of 2014, went also clear with Lord Pepsi and finished 5th behind the Irish Greg Patrick Broderick riding Mhs Going Global. With this, his victory and good rankings in the other classes, Paul Estermann was honoured as best rider of the tournament. Romain Duguet, the winner last year, had a rail down with Quorida de Treho and finished as 8th.

source: csio.ch

image: DREHER Hans-Dieter & Cool and Easy