CDI Lingen: Lisa Wilcox Silenced Detractors by Winning the Grand Prix


 

Lisa Wilcox has done it! She silenced every single detractor by winning the Grand Prix at the CDI Lingen with an impressive 72.541%. Dealing with stress, pressure and nasty gossip in Europe and American for months because she did not show Relevant, Wilcox carried a huge burden going into the CDI Lingen, her first show of the 2004 outdoor season aboard her WEG team silver medal winning Relevant.

Her winning 72.54% score was a good indicator that Wilcox can be an anchor on the American Olympic Team. In Lingen, American Olympic team rider Guenter Seidel placed second with 71.375%. Seidel saddled his Bavarian gelding Aragon (by Abydos). Danish national dressage champion Per Sandgaard lived up to his role as best Dressage Dane by finishing third on Zancor with 70.916%

Text by Astrid Appels

Related Links
Complete Lingen scores at Eurodressage.com
CDI Lingen: Final Trial for American Olympic Dressage Riders




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