Katarina Hemmer, Hubertus Schmidt’s stable rider for many years, chose CDI3* in Sint-Truiden, Belgium, for her international debut with Denoix. successful start.
16 pairs competed in the CDI3* Sint-Truiden Grand Prix on Gravenhof, three of them from Germany. The day was particularly exciting for Katharina Heimer, as it was her first international outing and for 11-year-old son Destano Denoix from Oldenburg. Dark Chestnut was trained and introduced with great success by Katarina Himmer’s boss, riding master Hubertus Schmidt. After the team’s Olympic champion announced his retirement from the sport, his horses went to his top female rider, Katarina Hemmer. She has proven herself to be trustworthy today.
With 71.478 percent, Catharina Hemmer and Denois finished second in the Grand Prix behind Vie’s Christine Scarso of Luxembourg on Lusitano Emperador dos Cedros. If you look at the track record of Hemmer and her new dance partner, you’ll often see the number 7. But anyone who’s watched Denoix knows there’s still plenty of room for improvement in this young partnership. Especially since the two left points in traversing the zigzag double count.
Third place went to Glamourline’s Remy Bastings of the Netherlands, Johnson’s twelve-year-old daughter, with a score of 68.630 per cent. The other two German participants are Andrea Tempe with Don Charismo, Nadine Kappelmann and Waitoni. Tempe and her son, Don Crusador, came in fifth with a score of 67.717%, while Nadine Kappelmann and Westphalian son Winton, 12, ranked seventh (67.239).
All results from CDI Sint-Truiden can be found here.
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