A furious “dance” at Gut Ising

One of the really big highlights was the Grand Prix, a level S *** dressage test: Benjamin Werndl (RFV Aubenhausen) won on Famoso with a splendid 1134.5 points (75.633 percent) and a clear lead over the Austrian Victoria Max-Theurer ( Guest license) with Birkhof’s Topas and 1079.5 points (71.967 percent). The 37-year-old’s club was also delighted with the victory of the Werndl / Famoso duo, who had given “the best comeback of the year” after a long break. “After a long time, Famoso and Benjamin Werndl can finally dance together again,” the Aubenhausen-based company wrote on their homepage.

And they could look forward to further successes: Another S *** test (qualification for the final of the »Stars of Tomorrow«) won Raphael Netz on Exclusive and in the final only Christine Eglinski (RV Waldhauser Hof) had to admit defeat.

There was another Aubenhauser success for Eilika Böye: The 31-year-old prevailed on the four-year-old young horse Evolution Dree Boeken in a class A dressage test for four- to six-year-old horses.

Top-class sport was also offered in the Grand Prix Freestyle (S ***), which Franz Trischberger (TSG Hofgut Allerer) decided in his favor on James Bond. He won ahead of Dr. Uta Großerichter (RV Waldhauser Hof) on Dante.

Beth Olivia Bexon from PSC Ising ensured several top positions from a domestic perspective. Sylvia Gugler from PSC and Katharina Ullmann (PSV Altötting) also booked podium places.

In addition to top-class S tests (S *, S ** and S ***), there were also numerous tests for younger horses and, in general, the offspring. This mixture was well received by the active players, because participation in the tournament was gratifying.

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The people in charge at Gut Ising now have a bit of a break before they start preparing for the tournaments next spring. Even then they hope again that there will be one or the other successful “dance” – whether in show jumping or dressage – at their tournaments.