Today’s 1.50 class in Stuttgart was won by Sergio Alvares Moya and the Darco gelding Wisconsin - also the winners of the Masters in Lyon. The Spanish rider was about half a second ahead of Ludger Beerbaum on Chaman in the jump-off, while Rolf-Göran Bengtsson had to settle for third with Quintero la Silla.
Eventing world champion Michael Jung won the 1.40 class, and thus beat both the jumping world champion Philipp Le Jeune – who was second – aboard Leo de Prairial, and Lauren Hough on Available Versace.
Full results at http://www.stuttgart-german-masters.de/aktuell/
The family-affairs are continuing in Maastricht. Today Ludo Philipaert’s sons Nicola and Oliver were on top in the 1.40 class, while the Grand Prix qualifier – a 1.50 class – was won by Gert-Jan Bruggink on the nine year old mare Andrea. Roger-Yves Bost claimed second spot on Nirfane de Kreisker, and Maikel van der Vleuten – another young one with top rider genes - was second aboard VDL Groep Sapphire B, a Mr. Blue mare.
Full results from Maastricht can be found at http://events.scg-nl.nl/2010/maastricht/results/results.htm