Second day of Longines FEI Nations Cup™ Jumping of Hungary CSIO 5* Budapest started with young horses again. The competition in two phases at a height of 125-130cms was presented by the most successful horse breeder Deckstation Paul Schockemöhle. This time the 6 year olds did better than yesterday as they were able to take second and third places.
PM Quintera (Q Breitling/Sable Rose) and Balazs Horvath took the winning position following yesterday’s silver place. The owner of the horse is Mr. Mihaly Pataki.
Horváth Balázs – PM Quintera
6 year old Hanover Solidat finished 2nd ridden by Marek Klus representing Czech Republic.
Marek Klaus – Solidat
Hayley (Carembar de Muze/Balou du Rouet) was 3rd with Turkish Ömer Karaevli in his saddle.
As for Hungarian results: Castro (Connor/Contender) and Zoltan Czekus finished 8th, the Hungarian bred JB Koronaőr (Keve/Corleone) and Vince Jarmy 9th and Heaven of Romance with Marton Reischl 10th.
Photo: CSIO Budapest / Hajdu Krisztina
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