Kröncke wins dressage derby with horse change

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After an eleven-year break, Kathleen Kröncke has won the German Dressage Derby for the second time.

The rider from Appen near Hamburg, who has been living in England for some time, prevailed in the final with the traditional horse change against defending champion Frederic Wandres (Hagen aTW) and Hendrik Lochthowe.

After winning the “Blue Ribbon” for the first time in 2011 at the age of 21, the 32-year-old Kröncke is still the youngest derby winner since it was first held in 1955. Kröncke’s father Dolf-Dietram Keller triumphed at the same place in 2003.

In the pouring rain Kröncke showed the three most balanced rides. “I really didn’t expect to win. But the other two horses also made it easy for me,” said Kröncke, who combined her victory with a short vacation in her old home country.

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