The Rolex Grand Slam dream was reignited for Germany’s Daniel Deusser on the final day of The Dutch Masters, as he claimed the prestigious Rolex Grand Prix title to become the Rolex Grand Slam live contender once more.
This afternoon Maikel van der Vleuten's top show jumper and breeding stallion Verdi TN was given an emotional, beautiful and well-deserved farewell. A tribute to a horse with an enormous record of service.
The penultimate competition of The Dutch Masters was an accumulator with joker, the Borek Prize.
Nine riders qualified for the jump off of the Audi Prize, a 1.50m class. The victory went finally to the Belgian Pieter Devos with Kannabis van de Bucxtale (BWP, Contact van de Heffinck Concorde).
The Indoor Derby, the Van Schijndel Bouwgroep Prize, with obstacles up to 1.45m, was spectacular as every year. The victory went to the Dutchman Kevin Jochems with Cornetboy (Cornet's Stern x Colander).
After the FEI Dressage World Cup Freestyle, the Horsesport man of the Year 2021 was honoured. But this time it was not a man.
The reigning Olympic and European gold-medal-winning partnership of Germany’s Jessica von-Bredow Werndl and her fabulous 15-year-old mare TSF Dalera strutted to a convincing victory in today’s sixth and final qualifying leg of the FEI Dressage World...
The crew of The Dutch Masters is dressed extra nice this year. Tommy Hilfiger(Equestrian) is at least for the next 3 years (2022, 2023, 2024) connected to The Dutch Masters as 'Official Sponsor'.
The Swiss top rider Martin Fuchs managed to win the jump-off of the VDL Prize with a total of 10 combinations.
Also in the second international show jumping competition, the Gemeente ‘s-Hertogenbosch Prize, it was the Netherlands on top!
The first victory at the Dutch Masters went to Leopold Van Asten who rode a clear round with VDL Groep Iron Z in a 1m40 in two phases, the NAB Bliksembeveiliging Prize.