Alma Arató and Timpex Gala Victorious in the VIP Tour Final

Saturday kicked off with the 125cm competition, containing 13 obstacles in the Count István Széchenyi Memorial. In the two-stage Small Tour presented by the Lipóti Bakery, 48 rider and horse pairs participated with half of the field finishing the course clear.

A close battle decided the podium places. This time, Zsanett Bandi on Quinadore took the victory after finishing second in Friday’s round.

Zsanett Bandi - Quinadore
Zsanett Bandi – Quinadore

The final starter, Annamária Zárug on Firefly, completed a speedy round and captured second place.

Annamária Zárug - Firefly
Annamária Zárug – Firefly

The sole man among the females, Levente Jakab in the saddle of Elzino, could take part in the award ceremony after the duo closed third.

Levente Jakab - Elzino
Levente Jakab – Elzino

The following places were taken by Lili Horváth on Ploona, Eszter Ádám on Cardigan, and Virág Noémi Szabó on Rafiki van de Dennehoeve. Melinda Schlezák congratulated the riders.

The next event was the 115cm VIP Tour final against the clock, presented by Alpenspan. Out of 39 riders, 17 made clear rounds on László Karádi’s course.

This time number 13 on the starting list was lucky for Alma Arató on Timpex Gála after winning first place.

Alma Arató - Timpex Gála
Alma Arató – Timpex Gála

Hanna Iringó Pál and her mare Mandula took the silver medal.

Hanna Iringó Pál - Mandula
Hanna Iringó Pál – Mandula

Dóra Eszter Barnák on Papillon Van’T Janshof finished third.

Dóra Eszter Barnák - Papillon Van'T Janshof
Dóra Eszter Barnák – Papillon Van’T Janshof

The remaining places were shared by Krisztina Vidor on Fairy Lou, Zselyke Zelinde Patkó on Castro and Maya Charlie Crocco on Kaiser RW.

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Photo: CSIO Budapest / Krisztina Hajdu

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