USA before Austria in the GLOCK’s 2* Tour

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USA before Austria in the GLOCK’s 2* Tour

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It was one first and two second places for Lucas Porter last year on his first appearance at the GLOCK HORSE PERFORMANCE CENTER, and the US-American rode the wave to a further success today. In the first test of the GLOCK’s 2* Tour over 1.35 m, this student of Olympic winner Jeroen Dubbeldam (NED), in the saddle on Cassina 64, rode magnificently to head the field of 28 participants (0/68.58).

Young American rider Lucas Porter and his Cassina 64 won the GLOCK’s 2* Tour in today’s kick-off at GHPC. © GHPC / studiohorst
Young American rider Lucas Porter and his Cassina 64 won the GLOCK’s 2* Tour in today’s kick-off at GHPC. © GHPC / studiohorst

“My pace in this test wasn’t the fastest, but I was able to make up time at the turns. I’ve still got plans for this weekend and aim to compete for the lead in GLOCK’s 2* Grand Prix on Sunday”, said the ambitious and likeable winner with a cheeky smile in his interview.

Lucas Porter (USA) piloted Cassina 64 effortlessly through the course of the GLOCK’s 2* Tour. © Michael Rzepa
Lucas Porter (USA) piloted Cassina 64 effortlessly through the course of the GLOCK’s 2* Tour. © Michael Rzepa

He was approximately two seconds faster than Austrian rider Katharina Rhomberg from Vorarlberg who, at 70.25 seconds, was able to secure second place as the best Austrian rider with her just seven-year-old SWB mare Careless. Third place in this test went to Daniel Engbers (GER) on Evening Black in a penalty-free 70.81 seconds.

Katharina Rhomberg (V) holte mit Careless In addition to Katharina Rhomberg, Theresa Pachler (NÖ) on Zaphira 14 and Marie-Luise Abraham (K) on Zazou were also able to achieve placings for Austria.
In addition to Katharina Rhomberg, Theresa Pachler (NÖ) on Zaphira 14 and Marie-Luise Abraham (K) on Zazou were also able to achieve placings for Austria.

In addition to Katharina Rhomberg, Theresa Pachler (NÖ) on Zaphira 14 and Marie-Luise Abraham (K) on Zazou were also able to achieve placings for Austria.

Mit Evening Black sicherte sich Daniel Engbers (GER) Platz drei in der GLOCK's 2* Tour. © Michael Rzepa
Mit Evening Black sicherte sich Daniel Engbers (GER) Platz drei in der GLOCK’s 2* Tour. © Michael Rzepa

10 GLOCK’s 2* Tour
International jumping competition against the clock, 1.35 m

1. Cassina 64 – Porter, Lucas (USA) 0/68.58
2. Careless – Rhomberg, Katharina (AUT/V) 0/70.25
3. Evening Black – Engbers, Daniel (GER) 0/70.81
4. Zaphira 14 – Pachler, Theresa (AUT/NÖ) 0/70.83
5. Chavantele Z – Vorsselmans, Annelies (BEL) 0/71.03
6. Mill Creek Filippa K – Henning, Tonya (CAN) 0/73.04
7. High Voltage SB – Nielsen, Denis (GER) 0/73.39
8. E Clinton – Porter, Wilton (USA) 0/73.90
9. Elisabeth – Raaholt, Line Karlsen (NOR) 0/74.28
10.Dento – Sleiderink, Sjaak (NED) 0/76.66
11.GLOCK’s Champions Ludwig – Schröder, Ben (NED) 0/78.51
12.Zazou – Abraham, Marie-Luise (AUT/K) 0/79.46
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