Nearly 100 athletes competed in the medium round on the first day. Today we saw 48 best athletes in the final. Seventeen couples succeeded in going through the basic course of the world ranking competition with no mistakes. That is why, in order to win, the athletes had to take a lot of risk in the jump-off. Janika Sprunger performed best on the gelding Little Magic D’asschaut.
The second place went to the vice-champion of Poland Michał Kaźmierczak, who lost only 1.15 seconds riding the inexperienced mare Dame De Pique.
The third place went to the team world champion Jur Vrieling (NED) with Fiumicino van de Kalevallei.
Krzysztof Ludwiczak with the 7-year-old horse Diaroubet finished fourth. Other Polish athletes also did well: Kamil Grzelczyk with Mister Dr. Heigl finished 9th, Maksymilian Wechta with London finished 12th, followed by Cassandra Orschel with Cookie B in 13th.
The first qualifying round of CAVALIADA Future is over. The MINI category saw the victory of Kornelia Pawłowska riding At Last Ravishing Ruby. The second place was taken by Natalia Głowacz with Shaman, and third by Nell Sówka with S-Piorun.
The best rider in the MIDI category proved to be Paulina Pellowska riding Jowisz. The second place was taken by Luna Kowalonek with Borsalino and the third by Julia Ganowska with Tiffany.
In arena A, Saturday started with the CSI1* Big Round final for the Agro-Handel company award, under the media patronage of the EQUISTA.PL portal. The competition was participated in by 69 couples. Andrei Shalohin (POL) riding Farley turned out to be the best. The second place went to Marek Wacławik (POL) with Coriway, and the third place to Oliwia Kosmol (POL) riding Fereus.