David Will wins the Bavarian Grand Prix

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Team Vice European Champion David Will won the jumping for the Grand Prix at the horse show in Munich.

In both rounds, the 34-year-old stayed clean with the 13-year-old gelding Primus and was clearly the fastest in the second round.

Second was Wolfgang Puschak, who also had no penalty points on Number One. However, the pair trailed Will by more than four seconds in the second lap to finish second.

Felix Haßmann also finished third with two clear laps in a Carreras.

The jumping event, worth 35,000 euros, was the second competition of the Riders Tours. In total, the series includes eight stations this season 2022/23 and ends in Neumünster in February.

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