When Isabell Werth participates in the Svarovski competition at the Schindlhof in Fritzens she feels like being on holiday, but yesterday, the German rider also had to work a little bit. The Grand Prix with 10-year-old Emilio went extremely well. They were able to achieve a new personal best in an international competition. “He mainly improved in the gallop tour,” the five times Olympic winner said. “His potential is great, but he can still do better by one percent or the other.” Second place in the Grand Prix Special went to Werth’s team colleague Jessica von Bredow-Werndl and 12-year-old KWPN mare Zaire (74,540 percent), third place went to Irish Judy Reynolds and Jazz son Vancouver K.