Saturday, Apr. 13, 2024

Warum Nicht Relaxes To Win At Bremen

Winter training has paid off as Isabell Werth’s World Cup champion is stronger than ever.







Isabell Werth continued her string of victories with the win in the Kampmann Cup at the Bremen CDI, Feb. 21-24 in Bremen, Germany aboard Warum Nicht FRH. They topped the Grand Prix for the Special (74.45%) and the Grand Prix Special (74.84%) to defend their title.   




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Winter training has paid off as Isabell Werth’s World Cup champion is stronger than ever.

Isabell Werth continued her string of victories with the win in the Kampmann Cup at the Bremen CDI, Feb. 21-24 in Bremen, Germany aboard Warum Nicht FRH. They topped the Grand Prix for the Special (74.45%) and the Grand Prix Special (74.84%) to defend their title.   

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U.S. rider Heather Blitz rode Otto in the Grand Prix freestyle tour at Bremen. They finished eighth in the Grand Prix for the freestyle (64.54%) and eighth again in the freestyle (66.90%).  Blitz has been riding out of Denmark since 2006.

Patrik Kittel guided the promising 10-year-old Westphalian stallion Floresco NRW (by Florestan) to win both the Grand Prix for the freestyle (71.37%) and the Grand Prix freestyle (73.95%). Kittel rides for Sweden but is based in Germany. 


Photos by Karl-Heinz Frieler

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