Hans Peter & Flirt Win Stockholm World Cup Grand Prix, Adelinde & Parzival Runnerup

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Hans Peter Minderhoud on Glock's Flirt. © 2015 Ken Braddick/dressage-news.com
Hans Peter Minderhoud on Glock’s Flirt. © 2015 Ken Braddick/dressage-news.com

STOCKHOLM, Nov. 28, 2015–Hans Peter Minderhoud and Glock’s Flirt narrowly beat their Netherlands team mate Adelinde Cornelissen on Jerich Parzival in the World Cup Grand Prix at the Sweden International Horse Show Saturday.

Hans Peter and 14-year-old Swiss Warmblood gelding scored 77.000 per cent for the win in their first competition since Rotterdam in June where they posted their best Grand Prix result so far of 77.140 per cent. The pair won the Grand Prix here a year ago, the only previous victory in 17 months of their partnership.

Adelinde, also competing Parzival for only the second time this year, received scores that differed by almost eight percentage points for a total of 76.720 per cent for second place and a month before the KWPN gelding turns 19 years old.

The pair received the highest mark of 80.300 per cent from Denmark’s Susanne Baarup at C, 78.100 and 78.500 from Magnus Ringmark and Gustav Svalling, respectively, from Sweden but 72.800 from Isabelle Judet of France and  73.900 from Ghislain Fouarge of the Netherlands.

Patrik Kittel, the Swedish team Olympian, rode Watermill Scandic to third place on 76.180 per cent.

Denmark’s Agnete Kirk Thinggaard and Jojo AZ placed fourth with a personal best score of 74.200 per cent, surpassing their previous Grand Prix high of 73.040 per cent at Lyon, France a year ago. As well as seeking a start at the World Cup Final, Agnete is also seeking to be one of three Danish combinations to qualify as individuals and thus able to form a team for the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro next summer.

Lyndal Oatley and Sandro Boy, a 14-year-old Oldenburg gelding, also posted the highest CDI Grand Prix score ever by an Australian, 72.800 per cent. Their previous best was 72.680 per cent posted at Deauville, France in July, 2014. Lyndal began riding Sandro Boy, owned by her parents, in 2011. She was on the Australian team at the Olympics in London in 2012 and the World Games in Normandy last year.

Adelinde and Parzival, in their only previous performance this year, were awarded 74.420 per cent in the Grand Prix at Rotterdam in June that was the lowest Grand Prix score for the duo in six years. In between, Adelinde and Parzival won multiple Olympic and championship medals and were ranked No. 1 in the world.

The declining results led to Adelinde being informed she and Parzival would no longer be on the Netherlands’ elite squad from which the country’s top teams are selected. Their last championship was the World Games in Normandy in the summer of 2014.

Results:

CDI-W Grand Prix

 B:Gustav Svalling  M:Magnus Ringmark  C:Susanne Baarup  H:Ghislain Fouarge   E:Isabelle Judet

Rank Rider Horse E H C M B  Total
1
Glock’s FlirtFlorestan – Gauguin de LullyIng. Gaston Glock 75.200 1 78.100  1 76.500 3 76.200 3 79.000  1 77.000
2
Jerich Parzival N.O.P.Jazz – UlftW.P.J. Cornelissen / M.A. Cornelissen, H. Jerich 72.8004 73.900 3 80.3001 78.100  1 78.500 2 76.720 
3
Watermill Scandic H.B.CSolos Carex DVH 609 – Amiral ZW.P.S.J.W. Greve & HBC Stal 74.6003 75.300 2 78.2002 77.500 2 75.300 4 76.180 
4
Jojo AzGinus – JustboyJoachim E. Arl 74.8002 73.300 4 73.700 4 73.600 4 75.600 3 74.200
5
Sandro Boy 9Sandro Hit – ArgentinusCarol & Andrew Oatley 71.100 6 73.200 6 72.6007 73.200 6 73.900 6 72.800
6
Paridon MagiDon Primero 981 – Napoleon 625Lövsta Stuteri AB 71.000 7 73.000  7 71.500 9 73.300 5 74.600  5 72.680
7
Jimmie Choo SeqSandro Hit – Don SchufroSegersta Equestrian 70.3009 71.300 8 73.2006 70.0009 73.000  7 71.560  
8
Qui Vincit DynamisQuattro B – Calypso IIGina Capellmann-Lütkemeier 70.9008 70.200 9 72.0008 71.000 8 71.800 8 71.180 
Not placed
9
di Lapponia TDonnerhall – ArgumentPaulinda Friberg 72.100 5 69.600 11 71.200 10 71.200 7 71.000 10 71.020 
10
Zircoon Spring FlowerPainted Black – ArmstrongAntonia Ax:son Johnson 69.90010 73.300 4 70.70011 69.80010 69.800 12 70.700
11
MiataLancado – GrascoEmilie Nyreröd 67.700 14 68.600 12 73.3005 68.20012 71.000 10 69.760
12
Biggles 1015Briar – KrevadFam. Ingrid Lundbergpersson 68.50012 69.800 10 69.100 13 68.20012 71.500 9 69.420
13
FernandezFlorestan – WeinburgCathrine Rasmussen, Christopher Bredstrup Rasmussen 68.90011 66.800 15 70.40012 68.50011 69.400 13 68.800
14
Tin TinClaudia Dorpmans 66.30015 66.200 17 68.50014 64.20017 67.800

14

66.600
15
Don GregoriusDon Cardinale – PlacidoLLC VIAN – GROUP 68.40013 67.700 13 65.100 18 64.500 15 67.100 15 66.560
16
Triviant 2Olivi – SaluutNorrehee Dressage Björn & Mathias Haid 65.60016 66.400 16 66.90015 65.900 14 66.100 16 66.180 
17
Heslegaards RismonHeslegård’s Rubin – Heslegårds LouisHeslegård Stutteri I/s 65.40017 67.100 14 66.50016 64.500 15 65.300 17 65.760
18
Hexagons BanderasRadetzky – Matador Ii 53 3366Stal Hexagon & L.A. van Lieren 64.70018 63.400 18 66.40017 63.00018 62.200

19

63.940
19
Landy S AkvarelLandcruiser – Noble ChampionDina Ellermann & Genofen Ltd 59.80020 61.900 20 63.100 19 61.600 19 63.00018 61.880
20
Blue Hors LoxanaDiamond Hit – ArgentinusBlue Hors Aps 61.500 19 63.200 19 62.30020 60.40020 61.800 20 61.840