FEI Dressage Rankings Show Small Changes
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LAUSANNE, Switzerland, June 13–Only small changes occurred at the top of the latest global dressage rankings compiled by the International Equestrian Federation.
Germany’s Matthias Alexander Rath and Sterntaler-Unicef made it into the top 10 in the latest period to the end of May. But the biggest move up in the top 20 places was Ulla Salzgeber and her Herzruf’s Erbe, to to 13th place from 23.
But the top six places were unchanged with Isabell Werth amd Satchmo at the top, Anky van Grunsven and IPS Salinero second, Werth and Warum Nicht FRH third, Adelinde Cornelissen and Parzival fourth, Steffen Peters and Ravel fifth and van Grunsven and IPS Painted Black sixth.
Monica Theodorescue and Whisper moved up one place to seventh while Laura Bechtolsheimer and Mistral Hojris dropped a spot to eighth and Hans Peter Minderhoud and Exquis Nadine were in the ninth slot.