Fabienne Müller-Lütkemeier and her Vitalis children dominate the short Grand Prix –

Yesterday in Intermédiaire II, Fabienne Müller-Lütkemeier s Valencia As left the collection of grinding to her half-brother Valesco. Today she surpassed him.

The future hopes of the former team world and European champion Fabienne Müller-Lütkemeier rest on two ten-year-old Vitalis children: Valesco and Valencia As. She had traveled with them to the first tournament after her baby break in the Rhineland, where a large dressage tournament was taking place at Wickrath Castle.

Yesterday Müller-Lütkemeier was only placed with Valesco, Valcencia As was eliminated. Today the mare convinced across the board and received 74.612 percent in the end. All judges saw her in the first place. She scored particularly well on the Piaffe Passage Tour. In the overall result there would even be room for improvement, because the two had mistakes in the single substitutions.

Stable colleague Valesco was third this time with 71.628 percent. In between, Heiner Schiergen was able to push his trusted Aaron. The Florencio son received 73.178 percent.

Fourth place was shared by two couples who thus completed the row of those placed: Dr. Svenja-Irina Meyer on Amanyara M and Dr. Annabel Frenzen with SilberStern – remarkably both horses from the family’s own breeding. They both came to 71.357 percent.

You can find all the results from Wickrath here.

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