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Alemania está destacada en puntuación pero la diferencia entre G. Bretaña, E. Unidos, Francia, Australia, N. Zelanda, Irlanda y Holanda es muy pequeña. El cross puede cambiar mucho la clasificación, y esperamos y deseamos que así sea para España.

 

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Germany Takes Pole Position for World Eventing Gold in Mars, Inc. Eventing Competition on Final Day of Dressage
 
Germany's quest to retain the Team and Individual Eventing world titles gathered pace in record breaking fashion on another thrilling action-packed day at the FEI World Equestrian Games™ Tryon 2018 on Friday in Tryon Stadium. 
 
German challenger Julia Krajewski not only held her overnight lead with Chipmunk FRH after the second day of dressage, but her closest challenger emerged as team-mate and reigning European champion Ingrid Klimke.
 
Klimke delivered a trademark display that oozed star quality on SAP Hale Bob OLD, posting a score 23.3 penalties to trail Krajewski by just 3.4 penalties heading into Saturday's cross-country phase of the Mars, Inc. Eventing competition.
 
Great Britain's Ros Canter and Allstar B complete the top three on 24.6, while Germany hold a convincing lead in the team competition, with their score of 73.4 breaking the previous best FEI World Equestrian Games™ record for a team dressage score set by Great Britain in Jerez, Spain in 2002.
 
Ingrid Klimke and SAP Hale Bob OLD
They lead the British quartet by more than seven penalties, while the United States are close behind in third, followed by France, Australia and New Zealand.
 
Germany are chasing a third world team crown in the last four FEI World Equestrian Games™, and they are also well-placed for another Individual Gold medal following Sandra Auffarth's 2014 success in France.
 
"I am very happy," Klimke said. "He did such a wonderful test, he was so calm and concentrated. He was perfect. He was ready and waiting to get in there. He is 14 now and very mature. He did a beautiful job and for me it was a pleasure."
 
Assessing the Cross-Country challenge, Krajewski said, "There are quite a few fences where you have to have your line right and be very concentrated."
 
For Canter, her dressage performance maintained consistently impressive form on the 13-year-old stallion Allstar B, and she unquestionably poses a serious threat to German domination with her colleagues Piggy French, Tom McEwen and Gemma Tattersall.
 
Julia Krajewski and Chipmunk FRH helped lead Team Germany to a world-record low score of 73.4 for the team as they head into the second phase of Cross-Country tomorrow at Tryon 2018. 
 
"No matter what the atmosphere, he never changes," Canter said. "I gave him a day off on Thursday because he worked so well the day before. He has just got that temperament where he puts 100% in for me every time, and it's more the pressure for me that I want to do him proud and everyone else who has helped get me here."
 
Although Krajewski has a clear lead, just 3.9 penalties separate the riders placed from second to ninth, and it is certain that the leaderboard will change considerably across the North Carolina terrain on Saturday.
 
That group features riders from six different countries, including French Olympian Thibaut Vallette, Sweden's Sara Algotsson Ostholt, New Zealand's world number two Tim Price and leading Irish challenger Sarah Ennis, who lies sixth.
 
World Eventing Stars Ready To Meet Cross-Country Challenge In Tryon
 
Concentration and stamina look set to be the key requirements when Eventing athletes takes to the Cross-Country course on the White Oak track of TIEC during the FEI World Equestrian Games™ Tryon 2018 on Saturday, September 15. 
 
More than 80 horse and rider combinations will tackle the course designed by Captain Mark Phillips and it is likely to prove pivotal in terms of shaping the final leaderboard when Mars, Inc. Eventing Team and Individual medals are decided at Tryon International Equestrian Center. Mars, Inc. Eventing is now scheduled to conclude on Monday, September 17, due to inclement weather expected on Sunday, September 16. 
 
New Zealand's twice Olympic champion Sir Mark Todd is ready for a test that poses "plenty of questions."
 
With a close and exciting dressage phase completed in Tryon Stadium on Friday, attention now switches to what promises to be a blockbusting day of world-class sport.
 
"It looks a good course," said Great Britain's Ros Canter, who holds third place individually after dressage.
 
"The challenge is going to be the humidity and the potential weather conditions. As last team member to go, I don't know what weather will be thrown at us yet. I will try to stick to the plan and hope I can deliver for the team."
 
World number two rider New Zealander Tim Price, recent winner of the Burghley Horse Trials in the United Kingdom, added: "The cross country is demanding. None of us know what the (completion) time is going to be like because with a tight time it heightens the difficulty everywhere else because everyone else is trying to go and do a good speed."
 
"It will be what it will be. We are pretty gutsy, the Kiwis, and hopefully we will make a good plan together and go and execute," he continued. 
 
Price's teammate Todd said, "Is it going to be hot? Is it going to be torrential rain? We have just got to make a plan and ride to the conditions. The course looks really good. There are some more straightforward fences, but some of the combinations ask plenty of questions."
 
Team USA member William Coleman, meanwhile, described the testing closing hill on the course as akin to a metaphorical climb up Mount Everest.
 
"It's pretty intense in the middle part," Coleman said. "From the third to the seventh minute it is like an onslaught, and then you finish that and then climb Mount Everest up to the main arena. It will be a stamina test and I think the middle bit will be especially testing."
 
British rider Tom McEwen cautioned, "I don't think the course should be underestimated. It is possibly not the biggest course we've jumped, but saying that, it is technical, it is strong and you have got to keep your wits about you. There are plenty of strong questions out there."
 
Please click here to review the FEI's most recent statement on schedule changes due to inclement weather forecast in the region over the weekend. 
 
For more information on the FEI World Equestrian Games™ Tryon 2018 and to view start lists and results, please visit www.Tryon2018.comTo purchase tickets or for more information about the WEG, please visit www.Tryon2018.com.

 

 

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