The first dressage rider entered the arena this morning at eight. In the Prix Saint Georges the victory went to German Helen Langehanenbrg with the only eight years old Rohjuwel with 72,237 %. Belgian Larissa Pauluis became second on Lully with 70,842 %.
In the Grand Prix the German Olympic rider placed first again with Damon Hill NRW with 82,468 % before Adelinde Cornelissen with Jerich Parzival with 81,702 %. Of course Helen was pleased with her victory : "I gave Damon Hill a rest after the Olympic Games and then we started working again slowly. I don't do a lot of hard work and difficult excercises at home. I just try to keep him fresh so that he has pleasure in his work. I think it's great for the sport that next to World Cup there is also the World Dressage Masters."