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Edward Gal superior

‘Training round’, said Edward Gal about his performance with Glock’s Zonik in the international dressage competition. The pair was superior in the stallion class, Prix St. Georges, with 78.29 per cent. The only seven-year-old Danish son of KWPN stallion Blue Hors Zack looked like a raw diamond.

A diamond which is skillfully polished by the dressage master on his back. With a lot of expression, suspension, excellent basic gaits and elasticity the black eyecatcher danced through the ring. After the test Gal was happy: “He felt super. He has quality, he has the looks and has a super character. Just look how relaxed he is now. He could be another one.”

Eva Möller and the KWPN approved Bordeaux (by United) finished second with 71.18%. The former KWPN selection champion showed a steady test, although he might carry himself a bit more. Madeleine Witte-Vrees and Charmeur (v. Florencio) came third. Charmeur showed potential but sometimes lacked concentration, but overall the test had expression, suspension and good basic gaits.