Now winter tours are starting again in the South Indian countries, where you can still compete, and in Vilamora in Portugal starting with David Will.
The highlight of the weekend in Vilamora today was the grand prix of the 1.50m three-star tour. Seven pairs made the jump, five of which were not mistaken twice. Today’s best pair was Michael Inder of Ireland and his Irish Cavalier Royal son Kalais, who took the entire race one second and jumped to victory in 37.92 seconds.
In second place, Felipe Ramos Ginato and Kannan’s son Bigstar hoisted the Brazilian flag (38.77). The hosts’ representative, Irish, came in third with Washington (39.85) and Duarte Zebra. Coincidentally, Michael Pender once brought Washington to the international sport.
The best German was David Will of Westfalen Bablo V. Balas Bellini. After a fall in the normal course, the two had nothing to do with the jump-off decision, but were able to hit each other to the eighth spot in the fastest four laps.
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