The first international jumping class of The Dutch Masters, the Brabants Dagblad Prize, was won by Ireland’s top rider Bertram Allen.
Yesterday he had to settle for second place in the World Cup Grand Prix, but today he defeated Isabell Werth. All judges placed Denmark’s Daniel Bachmann Andersen
Germany’s dressage queen Isabell Werth repeated her victory of last year in the FEI Dressage World CupTM presented by RS2 Dressage Grand Prix with Emilio.
The public will have a small preview of the ‘Aida in Concert’ on Thursday evening after the FEI Dressage World CupTM Grand Prix presented by RS2 Dressage.
The Dutch Masters will reach its climax on the Sunday afternoon with the Rolex Grand Prix, in which the best show jumpers in the world will compete to become the Rolex Grand Slam of Show Jumping live contender.
The 34-year-old Sameh El Dahan is still in the run for the extra bonus of €250.000 if he succeeds in winning the Rolex Grand Prix at The Dutch Masters. He will take his horse Suma’s Zorro, with whom he won the Major at Spruce Meadows ‘Masters’ in Calgary...
The Dutch dressage rider Anne Meulendijks is excited to competed at the The Dutch Masters. The 2013 European Champion Young Riders is competing in the Seniors tour since last year. In 2017 she was very successful in the U25 classes and she won in ’s-Hertogenbosch...
Egypt’s Sameh El Dahan is, in addition to Marcus Ehning, the second rider who can win an extra bonus at The Dutch Masters.
The well-known Dutch singer Glennis Grace will, on special request of Jeroen Dubbeldam, accompany the farewell ceremony for Zenith.
There is much at stake for Marcus Ehning at The Dutch Masters. In case the German rider will come out as the winner of the Rolex Grand Prix, he will win a bonus of €500,000. Last year he had to settle for second place behind Niels Bruynseels,
The Dutch Masters-Indoor Brabant, which will be held from 14 till 17 March, is the last chance for the international dressage riders to win points for the Final of the FEI Dressage World Cup™ in Gothenburg in Sweden (3-7 April).