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Faustus and Primus vom Neumühler Hof celebrate victorys in Munich/GER.

Primus vom Neumühler Hof and David Will (photo:

In the main competitions of Pferd International at the Olympic Riding Centre Munich-Riem, the winners carried the Hannoveraner foal brand. The Grand Prix of Bavaria, which was also a competition of the Riders Tour, was won by the Perigueux/Livello son Primus vom Neumühler Hof (breeder: Bruno Gericke, Tangeln) and Germany's David Will with a margin of almost five seconds in the exciting jump off.

In the dressage arena, the former Verden auction horse Faustus by Falsterbo/Forrest xx (breeder: Heino Bruns, Gödenstorf) impressed and won the Grand Prix Freestyle with rider Dorothee Schneider. In the qualification for the Nuernberger Burg Pokal, Del Curto by Dimaggio/Wolkentanz II (breeder: Hendrik Moss, Neuenhaus) and Swiss Andrine Suter secured their ticket to the final in Frankfurt.

After a two-year break, the German Para-Dressage Champions were determined. In Grade II, La Boum by Londontime/Crazy Classic (breeder: Dirk Radeke, Verden-Walle) and rider Heidemarie Dresing defended their title. Silver in Grade III went to the Don Juan de Hus/Dauphin daughter D'Agustina (breeder: Prof. Dr. Karsten Harms, Rosdorf) and Dr. Angelika Trabert. Successful rider Hannelore Brenner won silver in Grade IV with the Rhineland Belissimo M/Weltmeyer daughter Belissima M (breeder: Peter Moskopp, Kettig).  Newcomer Staatslegende (Rhld.) by Statesman/Lanciano (breeder: Frank Gondert, Brohl-Lützing) and Noah Kuhlmann took the bronze medal. In Grade IV, Fabricio von Nymphenburg by Fürst Nymphenburg/Hohenstein (breeder: Henning Herbst, Wittbeck) and Mona-Sophie Bimmel came third.