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Superb wins German Dressage Masters in Stuttgart/GER, Count In Me the FEI World Cup competition in Las Vegas/USA.

Superb and Isabell Werth (photo: Lafrentz)

The Surprice/Donautanz daughter Superb (breeder: Marion Gabel, Kreuzebra) took the first major title of her young career in Stuttgart/GER. The former Verden auction horse won the German Dressage Masters with Isabell Werth. The pair also led the Grand Prix.

On the other side of the globe, Count Me In by Count Grannus/Sherlock Holmes (breeder: Friedrich Lüßmann, Neustadt) won the World Cup jumping competition in Las Vergas with Ireland's Connor Swail.

Hannover's eventing horses also celebrated two victories: Cornelius Bo by Concours Complet/Carismo (breeder: Helmut Böttcher, Rehlingen) led the CCI3*-L Myakka City/USA with US American Alyssa Philips, while the Don Darius/Wolkenstein II son Dali du Montesy (breeder: Henriette Bregendorf, Braedstrup/DEN) was first with Frenchman François Pons in the CCI3*-S Fontainebleau/FRA.