Fry, Kittel and Werth dance in the Brabanthallen
Charlotte Fry, Patrik Kittel and Isabell Werth have confirmed their entry for The Dutch Masters held in the Brabanthallen from 7 to 10 March.
Germany's Isabell Werth is a regular enthusiastic participant in the Brabanthallen. The multiple Olympic, world and European champion won the World Cup competition in Den Bosch several times: 2007 (Warum Nicht FRH), 2009 (Satchmo) and 2018 (Emilio 107). She managed to win the World Cup final five times so far. Last weekend, she finished second at Jumping Amsterdam with DSP Quantaz, just a short distance from Charlotte Fry. Both ladies are in shared third place in the World Cup standings.
Charlotte Fry won in Amsterdam with her KWPN stallion Everdale, securing the British rider a place in the final to be held in Riyadh (KSA) in April. The pair is in good form, in December last year they also won the qualifier in Mechelen. "Everdale is getting a little competition break now. Several stallion shows are scheduled. After that, he will be completely ready again for The Dutch Masters in March."
Swede Patrik Kittel is currently in the lead in the current World Cup standings. The 47-year-old rider, who lives in Germany, first competed in a World Cup final in 2010. That final was held in the Brabanthallen and he finished 5th with the KWPN stallion Watermill Scandic. He has several top horses at his disposal, including Touchdown. With this SWB gelding, he won the qualification in Herning and Budapest.
The FEI Dressage World Cup™ Grand Prix presented by RS2 Dressage will be held on Thursday 7 March at 17.30 and the audience can enjoy the Freestyle on Saturday 9 March at 14.00. There will also be CDI1* and CDI3* competitions.