Steffen Peters of Escondido, California, riding Floriano, dominated the Offield Farms Las Vegas Invitational International Dressage Competition Grand Prix during the 2005 FEI Offield FarmsWorld Cup Dressage Final.
Peters and the 15-year-old Westfalen gelding were unquestionably the winners with a score of 74.292%, taking home the $10,000 check for first place. The pair scored more than 8 percentage points above the second placed Carol Plough, of Riverside, California, and Komo, the 13-year-old Dutch Warmblood gelding, who scored 66.208%.
Ann Kathrin Linsenhoff of Germany and Renoir-Unicef took top honors during the International Dressage Competition Grand Prix Freestyle—B Final. Linsenhoff and the 14-year-old Oldenburg gelding scored a 76.150%. Leslie Reid of Canada riding the 11-year-old Dutch Warmblood gelding, Mark, came in second with a 74.35%.
The B Final is a consolation freestyle competition for the six riders from Thursday’s Grand Prix who did not qualify for Saturday’s FEI Offield Farms World Cup Dressage Final-Freestyle.
Results--Offield Las Vegas Invitational
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Results--FEI Offield Farms World Cup Final—Freestyle Grand Prix Kur—B Final
Coming up tomorrow is the FEI Offield Farms World Cup Dressage Final-Freestyle showcasing the top 12 riders from Thursday’s Grand Prix competing for the title of World Cup champion. In addition, legendary illusionists Siegfried & Roy will be the guests of honor during the evening events.
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