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New Mr. Maserati and Nick Wimphof at the top of the Subli Wapenveld Competition

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Award event Subli Competition for five-year-olds Wapenveld.

Last Saturday the horse authorized by the KWPN strolled Mr. Maserati(Toto Jr. x Jazz) under the saddle of Diederik van Silfhout who won 82.80% at the Subli Competition in Wapenveld. Amongst the four-year-olds, he was a KWPN stallion Nick Wimphof(Just Wimphof x Bordeaux) who won with Wendy Kuiken.

Nick Wimphof scored 82.80% and directed New Star with Laura Spronk to 2nd location. Boy Everdale got 79.60%. Kim Koolen together Shadow of the Night(v. Guardian S) and Judith Ribbles with Nanny McPhee(v. Vitalis) were 3rd with 77.60%.

A clear winner

” In the four-year-olds, Nick Wimphof defended us under the saddle of Wendy Kuiken. He is truly an excellent horse and moves easily in all 3 actions. Extremely great to view. You can likewise see that in the top 82.80 points. We likewise delighted in Laura Pronk’s New Star number 2. This horse has a great deal of energy and moves really highly and strongly. Since of all that energy, in some cases there was a little excessive pressure and we similar to see a little release,” states Kristel Duren-Bodewes, who evaluated the episode together with Cor Jager.

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Among the five-year-olds, the 2nd greatest rating of 81.80% was attained by Amber Hage and Mercury ACM(and Dream Boy). Kim Alting and Madison Ave ended up in 3rd location with 73.80%. “Diederik is naturally a really knowledgeable rider who likewise handled to provide his horses in a cool and precise method. The distinctions with the number 2 Amber Hage were really little. Both mixes were certainly equally matched and both had great horses with terrific capacity of the future. Mercury from Amber ran well through the body through the track with a lot of push and area and was well driven from back to front. He revealed a bit more power than Mister Maserati van Diederik who made the distinction. We will definitely hear more from both horses “, concludes Duren-Bodewes.

Source: Press release


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