Some of the strongest teams with their first combinations
First to go for Great Britain was Spencer Wilton with Super Nova II. Nice start with good extended trot where you just want a bit more power to reach the top expression, good half passes with nice flow and clear supple bend, good halt bit tense final step for rein back, clear into an expressive bouncy off the ground passage with super nice push off the ground, small lack of impulsion for the first piaffe, good walk, 2nd piaffe becomes a bit in two temples with a small lack of clear beat, super expressive series, small tension at the end of the zig-zag, lack bit more sit for pirouettes as the activity is clearly shown, 2nd pirouette lost bit control, lack clear passage for the final meters. 74,581%
Germany´s Jessica von Bredow-Werndl with TSF Dalera BB leaving an overall picture of easyness and harmony. Starting out with an expressive extension, nice swing and balance for the half passes, good halt with nice rein back, sharp from nice extended trot into passage, small lack of impulsion for the first piaffe, superb relaxation for the walk tour with nice over track, second piaffe active, both series with some tensions in the body but very well managed from the rider, super balance and sit for both pirouettes, nice transition to trot with good power for final extended trot, super timing and nice final centerline. New leader with 76,667%
Swedens Tinne Vilhelmson-Silfvén and her long time partner Don Auriello showed a good test, but for more times they are struggling a bit for the lack of push from behind, to keep the great expression and quality of the exercises. The routine and their partnership keep this demanding test very well together. 73,106%.