Germany’s Frederic Wandres & Duke of Britain Win Zakrzów World Cup Grand Prix on Personal Best Score

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Frederic Wandres and Duke of Britain. © The Horse Magazine

ZAKRZÓW, Poland, Oct. 26, 2018–Germany’s Frederic Wandres and Duke of Britain won the World Cup Grand Prix with a personal best score Saturday for the first victory since partnering at Big Tour six months ago.

Frederic and the 11-year-old Hanoverian gelding scored 74.457 per cent, bettering their previous high Grand Prix result of 72.587 per cent set in August.

Frederic began competing Duke of Britain in April after Victoria Michalke of Germany rode Duke of Britain in young horse classes including as a six-year-old in the the world championships.

Fellow German Fabienne Müller-Lütkemeier on Fabregaz was second on 71.783 per cent with the Netherlands’ Tosca Visser van der Meulen on Asther de Jeu third on 69.565 per cent.

Results:

CDI-W Grand Prix

Judges-E: Orsolya HILLIERHUN H: Peter HOLLERGER C: Susanne BAARUPDEN M: Elisabeth MAX-THEURERAUT B: Ilja VietorSVK