At the Bonheiden Grand Prix, no fewer than 18 competitors managed to qualify for the jump-off. Including the ten-year-old descendant of Glasgow v/h Merelsnest with Tim Gredley.
At the Bonheiden Grand Prix, 18 competitors managed to qualify for the jump-off. Including the ten-year-old offspring of Glasgow v/h Merelsnest with Tim Gredley. Also in the jump-off, the duo stayed clear and earned a great third place. Imperial HBF is bred by L.J. Tinto, out of the the "Keur Elite" mare Carina VDL (by Original VDL), she has already produced several international show jumpers.
In the final of the six-year-olds, the Cardento daughter Miss Holivia became second. Only a few weeks ago, she became a duo with Augusto Jose Diaz-Duran Alvarado and it already looks promising for the future. Miss Holivia is bred by the VDL Stud and is out of the "Elite" mare Hanolivia VDL (by Douglas).
There was also success in the final of the eight-year-old show jumpers. So becameTulara Lady Zirocca (by Zirocco Blue) with Jamie Kermond fourth. Earlier in the week, they also became third. In the same class, QPE (by Quasimodo v/d Molendreef) managed to place in the top 10 all weekend. The Quasimodo v/d Molendreef offspring is bred by J.H. Klink and is ridden by Marco Litterscheidt. In the final there was also a nice top 10 placing for P-Jewel's Promise, a daughter of Baltic. She finished 9th with Robin van Thillo and is bred by Jewel Court Stud.