Equestrian Life
Isabell Werth dominates in Dortmund

Isabell Werth and Don Johnson. © FEI/Thomas Holcbecher

Isabell Werth and Don Johnson.

© FEI/Thomas Holcbecher

 

By Equestrian Life

Isabell Werth has dominated at Dortmund CDI4* in Germany, winning the Grand Prix, Special and Freestyle.

In the CDI4* Grand Prix, she rode Emilio — with whom she is ranked number four in the FEI rankings — to victory with a score of 76.804%. Werth also finished in second place on Don Johnson with 74.587%. German eventer Ingrid Klimke and Franziskus were third on an impressive 73.826%.

Werth then went on to win the CDI4* Freestyle with Don Johnson, who is now 18 years of age. The pair scored 81.595% to win from Klimke and Franziskus on 76.840%.

Finally, Werth rode Emilio — her backup World Cup horse — to win the CDI4* Special on 79.128%. Second place went to    Jessica von Bredow-Werndl and Zaire-E on 75.489%.

 

Isabell Werth and Emilio. © FEI/Christophe Tanière

Isabell Werth and Emilio.

© FEI/Christophe Tanière

 

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