The Dutch Dominate Grand Prix in Amsterdam

The field seems to be heterogeneous at the Amsterdam World Cup. At least in the Grand Prix: the first six places only varied by two percent. The victory, even though only two judges saw him in first place- went to Edward Gal and Glock’s Voice. They won with 77,620 percent ahead of Diederik van Silfhout and Arlando N.O.P. The gold-winning pair of Aachen finished in second place with 77,460 percent. Third place went to Hans Peter Minderhoud with Glock’s Flirt (76,900 percent).
Jessica von Bredow-Werndl (GER) and KWPN stallion Unee BB finished fourth, Charlotte Dujardin (GBR) and Uthopia fifth, and Isabell Werth (GER) with Weihegold OLD in sixth place. In Amsterdam, Isabell Werth competes her pupil Beatrice Buchenwald’s mare in order to make the Don Schufro daughter more secure in the Freestyle.
Seventh place went to Patrik Kittel (SWE) and Scandic.