December 2, 2018|
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MOSCOW, Dec. 2, 2018–Russia’s Regina Isachkina and Sun of May Life posted a personal best score to win the World Cup Grand Prix Freestyle Sunday a day after capturing the Grand Prix with their best result.

Regina and the nine-year-old Rhinelander stallion scored 74.790 for the win to put the pair into a two-way tie at the top of the Central European League that gets to send two combinations to start in the World Cup Final scheduled for Gothenburg, Sweden next April.

Fellow Russian Stanislav Cherednichenko and Arums also posted a personal best score of 74.100 per cent to place second and share the lead at the top of Central Europe’s standings.

To complete the same order of finish as in the Grand Prix, Hanna Karasiova of Belarus on Zodiak was third on 73.375 per cent also placed fourth on Arlekino on 68.630 per cent.

This was the 11th of 15 World Cup events in Central Europe with the next four scheduled for the Ukraine beginning Dec. 14-16.


Moscow CDI-W GPFS-2

Source: Dressage News


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