The Indoor Brabant in S'Hertogenbosch, the Netherlands, is one of the biggest show jumping events on the FEI calendar.
It has both final legs of World Cup Showjumping and of the World Cup Dressage.
Adelinde Cornelissen riding her Jerich Parzival won the Grand Prix and Freestyle classes in S'Hertogenbosch at the weekend.
Riders' Dutch delight
Cornelissen scored 79.97 per cent in the Grand Prix and 85.90 per cent to win the Freestyle.
Edward Gal came second riding Glock's Undercover with 78.61 per cent for the Grand Prix and again second in the Freestyle with 85.10 per cent.
Gal was victorious in the Dressage CDI4 Star Grand Prix and Freestyle in the saddle of Interfloor Next One.
Gal's Grand Prix score was 72.57 per cent and his Freestyle score was 78.65 per cent.
Second was Danielle Heijkoop, Netherlands, riding Siro, scoring 71.53 per cent in the Grand Prix and a 78.55 per cent in the Freestyle.
Sweden's Malin Baryard-Johnsson was first to go in the World Cup jumping riding H&M Tornesch.
They jumped a super clear in 36.78sec, which left the door wide open for the eight riders following, but they would need to leave all the fences standing.
David Will, for Germany, riding Colorit, stopped the clock at 35.73 with all fences standing.
Fourth out was Australia's Edwina Tops-Alexander on Cevo Itot du Chateau. She cleared in a time of 35.84. Gerco Shroder, for the Netherlands, riding New Orleans finished in 38.41.
First place went to Will, although he did not gain enough points to put him in the list for the Jumping Final in Goteburg, Sweden.
Tops-Alexander did take the points for her second placing along with the $45,000 cheque and she will definitely be jumping in the final.
Third-placed Marcus Ehning and the 11-year-old stallion Coppin van de Broy were another of the double clear combinations who made sure they will be seen at the jumping final taking both the points and the cheque for $34,000 for his placing.
Baryard-Johnsson was pleased to take fourth position giving her points and $23,000.
Source: Weekly Times Now