In the 1.60m class, the mare Glamour Girl, ridden by Henrik von Eckermann, managed to stay clear three times. This enabled this combination to secure 2nd place on the first day. They were the fastest in the jump off in the Grand Prix on Saturday, however an unfortunate fence down meant that they finished in 6th place. This Zirocco Blue VDL offspring was bred by Stoeterij Gasbeek.
In the 1.35m class, the mare Quincy vd Bisschop managed to stay clear over two rounds with Sabrina van Rijswijk, resulting in a win and a 3rd place. This Harley VDL offspring was bred by den Bisschop stables. In the same class, Alex Gill rode with VDL Kelton a clear round twice and gained 4th and 5th place. VDL Kelton is an offspring of Bubalu VDL bred by VDL-stud and Y. Walda.
In the 1.45, victory went to Mademoiselle A of Corland, who was the fastest in the 2-phase course with Nina Mallevaey. This mare was bred by Luc Aertsen. In the 2* 1.45 class, victory went to Richard Howley, who stayed clear and set the fastest time with Farianne. This Indoctro mare was bred by A.C.E Scheepens.
Further prizes were for:
- 4th in 1.45m 2* Granate (by Baltic) with Andreas Schou, bred by CHR. M. Snepvangers
- 4th in 1.45m 5* Isis (v. Cardento) with Frank Schuttert, bred by H.N. de Boer
- 7th in 1.60m Catch me not S (v. Cardento) with Peder Fredricson, bred by Krister Svedberg
Glamour Girl (by Zirocco Blue)