Ulla Salzgeber is still in the lead with 79.645 points. She finished 8th in the Kür in Stuttgart with her new horse Ebor.
Lars Petersen (DEN) is second, with an increased total of 77.892 points, thanks to his excellent results in Stuttgart two weeks ago where he won the Kür with a total of 82.26% and this week-end in Stockholm where he won both the Grand Prix and the Kür with a total of 82.71 on his impressive Blue Horse Cavan.
Lisa Wilcox (USA) and Gonnelien Rothenberger exchange places and are now respectively 7th and 8th. The Russian rider Elena Sidneva makes a remarkable progression from 19th to 12th place with a total of 72.808 points. In the last month, she was second in the Grand Prix and 4th in the Kür in Stockholm, 5th in the Kür in Berlin and won the Grand Prix and Grand Prix Special of Stadl-Paura in Austria.
Wilcox, who is originally from Thousand Oaks, CA, and now based in Cappeln, Germany, Wilcox is trained by Ernst Hoyos from the Spanish Riding School in Vienna, Austria. Other U.S. riders in the top 100 include Guenter Seidel, 22nd, Kamilla DuPont, 55th, Cheri Reiber 67nd, Debbie McDonald, 72th, Sue Jaccoma, 89th and Gunnar Ostergaard, 93rd.
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