BONHEIDEN - The eleven-year-old mare Fliere Fluiter (Zirocco Blue x Animo) and Jack Ansems (NED) have won the CSI2* Grand-Prix over 1.45m in Bonheiden (BEL). The combination finished second in the 1.45m.
Fliere Fluiter and her rider Ansems have been very successful lately. The combination won the CSI2* Grand Prix over 1.45m in Bonheiden in May. In April of this year they won the 1.45m, also in Bonheiden. In February Fliere Fluiter and Ansems won the Grand-Prix in Opglabbeek, and a month earlier they achieved a fine sixth place in the Grand-Prix in Opglabbeek.
Elldorrado MVNZ (Cardento x Emilion) and Lieven Devos (BEL) achieved a nice fourth place in the 1.40m.
James Billington was successful with several VDL horses.
He was clear in the 1.45m class with Cohinoor VDL (Cornet Obolensky x Stakkato). With Goodluck VDL (Baltic VDL x Cassini I), Billington managed to stay clear twice in the 1.35m. Participation with Goldenstar (Bacardi VDL x Ipsylon B) in the 1.40m class resulted in a nice eighth place. The VDL stable rider also remained double clear with the seven-year-old Jourdain VDL (Zapatero VDL x Darco) in the 1.35m.
Picture: Fliere Fluiter (Zirocco Blue x Animo)