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Franziska Stiegelmayer’s first international freestyle victory –

Franziska Stiegelmayer’s first international freestyle victory –

Well, there were only four pairs left at the start of the Grand Prix Freestyle at CDDI4* in Zurich, but the win was a great finish for Franziska Stiegelmayer and her Samurai.

In the Grand Prix, Franziska Stiegelmayer and Samurai had a bit of bad luck. The twelve-year-old Hanover had to get rid of ballast soon after the ejection and preferred to do so standing up. After that there was a little worm in the two.

But today in freestyle everything went well and in the end they were able to celebrate a new personal record with a score of 74.920%. By the way, it was the third freestyle between the two – in the first they were third, in the second second and now in the third first …

Gilles Njovan and Zigzag came second with a rate of 73.040 percent for Switzerland. The third place was won by Pablo Gomez Molina and Ulises de Limas over Spain (73.205). Canadians Gilles Irving and Delacroix trailed behind, with 67.510 percent.

More results from Zurich Dressage can be found here.

Dominic Wermaneditor

He has studied political science at St. George’s University since 2006. As a teenager, he trained with Hans-Georg Gerlach, Michael Stirbolt and riding master Hubertus Schmidt on a horse he raised himself. Responsible for the best sports and horse breeding. In the press team of CHIO Aachen, EM Riesenbeck and horse show Equitana commented on the NDR on TV.