Our show jumping GP event finished with 722 starts over the four days. On Sunday four Grand Prix competitions took place in Bábolna. The biggest 1.50 m Senior Grand Prix with two rounds was won by Tamás Mráz and Astral-C.
33 riders started in the 1.20 m Amateur GP for the prize of the WVI Holding, where the winner was Petra Hajdú with the six-year-old Bognár Hamvas. The second place went to Éva Debreczeni and Sáripuszta Hadnagy. Fanni Reisz and Caryna became third.
The 1.25 m Children GP sponsored by Horze had 10 starters. Emma Zólyomi was the best, now with Viador, since she had one fence down with her other horse, Rádiháza Csacsacsa, who won two classes for her on the weekend. The second place went to Kata Csenge Kisgergely and Cicero. Csongor Törő with Chacco was only a few hundredths of a second slower, so he became third.
The 1.40 m U25 GP was won by Boglárka Tóth with Claudius out of the 19 starters. Aliz Alasztics and Prince went also clear in the jump-off, thus they got the second place. Sándor Markó and Adjely El Rex had two faults in the jump-off, with which they became third.
The biggest class of the weekend was the 1.50 m high Senior Grand Prix with 22 starts. 7 pairs went into the second round, with only two double clears. Tamás Mráz and Astral-C were faster in the second round, so they won the GP. Imre László Néveri jr. got the second place with Caspark. The third place went to Gyula Szuhai and Druid HH Z, who had two time faults in the first round, and went clear in the second round.
Ferenc Sáringer, the rider of our Stud started in the five-year-old class with his horse, Napels vh Zwartepanne. They won the class on Thursday and Saturday, and became second on Friday.
Our next equestrian event will be the national eventing show on the next weekend.
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