5-STAR SIX BAR JUMP – It is no secret that the bar can be raised high at the s.Oliver show-jumping course. But HOW high? The eleven participants in the six-bar jump presented by Magyer were about to show us. In this special examination, riders have to overcome obstacles which are put up in a row and with increasing height. If at least two riders manage to remain error-free in any particular lap, the difficulty level is increased further, with the last jump in the row being raised by ten centimetres.
This was no problem for the riders at the Vienna Masters, who delivered a proper battle lap by lap. With the bar at 1.90m, the wheat was finally separated from the chaff and only two duos managed to remain error-free: Marcus Ehning (GER) on Cordynox and Emanuele Gaudiano (ITA) on Guess 6.
Since both would compete, together with their horses, in further five-star competitions, they decided against an attempt at clearing the two meter mark – thereby sharing the victory. In third place were Danielle Goldstein (ISR) on Czerny N, Marco Kutscher (GER) on Clenur and Leopold van Asten (NED) on VDL Groep Alexia Z.
08 CSI5* & CSI2* Six Bar presented Magyer
1. Cordynox – Marcus Ehning (GER) 1,90 m 0F
1. Guess 6 – Emanuele Gaudiano (ITA) 1,90 m 0F
3. Czerny N – Danielle Goldstein (ISR) 1,90 m 4F
3. Clenur – Marco Kutscher (GER) 1,90 m 4 F
3. VDL Groep Alexia Z – Leopold van Asten (NED) 1,90 m 4 F