Germany’s double win at Soares

(SID). Daniel Deutscher fulfills his great dream, Isabelle Werth returning to the winners’ podium after eventful weeks: two top riding stars ensured a German double victory at the end of CHIO at Aachener Souer. The famous killer queen of Ducer won the $1 million show jumping grand prix.

Worth won dressage for the 14th time with his new lead horse, Quantz.

“Now it’s really true,” said Dusser: “I’m still a little speechless.” There was absolute will, the horse was in great shape, but “when you go into the first jump, you never really know what you’re going to do.” In the end, he was lucky: “It was a long time to wait until everyone was through.” After two clear rounds, a total of seven riders had reached the jump-off, with highly staked Olympic champion Ben Maher. (Great Britain). ) With the explosion, currently probably the best jumping horse in the world. But he also earned a drop and was out of the big money fight. Leaving Dusser, only 20 with Baloo du Reventon The year-old failed in a jump-off with American rider Brian Mogre and Nevados Belgian Gregory Vathlet. Dusser received 330,000 euros for his win and rehabilitated himself for a disappointing performance at the Olympics in Tokyo.

Isabel Worth also had a transformative time when she took to the arena in dynamic Quantz on Sunday morning. Losses against Jessica von Bredow-Werndl at the Olympic and European Championships did not leave Worth completely safe. She was even happier after a freestyle 88.335 percentage point: “I expected Quantz to play to the best of his ability today, and he did.” In fact, the stallion showed what he was capable of. Worth’s idea was a nod to the competition—at least not to those in his camp. The feud between Werth and Jessica von Bredow-Werndl takes dressage to a whole new level.

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The German team, under the supervision of national coach Monica Theodorescu, also won the Nations Cup in Aachen. Werth with Quantz, von Bredow-Werndl with Ferdinand, Friedrich Vandress (Hagen ATW) with Duke of Britain and debutante Carina Scholz (Sassenheim) with Tarantino took the Netherlands and Great Britain back to their places.

Isabel Worth sets the standard for Quantz at CHIO in Aachen.

© DPA German Press Agency

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