Tuesday, 15 April 2014 CSI3* Lanaken, CSN-B Linz

Success in Lanaken and Linz

It was a successful weekend for GLOCK rider Robert Puck at the CSI3* Z-Tour in Lanaken (Belgium) from 11 to 13 April 2014. Riding the ten-year-old KWPN stallion GLOCK’s Zaranza, he posted a fantastic time in the CSI3* 1.40 m jumping competition in two phases on Friday to place sixth in a starting field of 106 (!). He also went clear in the CSI3* two-phase jump class at a height of 1.35 m, this time on the nine-year-old KWPN gelding GLOCK’s Alato SR. The pair’s time was unbeatable: 38.34 seconds left the other 105 competitors far behind, giving them a well-deserved victory. Saturday saw the second win for the GLOCK pair in the CSI3* 1.35 m class against the clock. The Carinthian also secured more placings on the final day: aboard nine-year-old Berlin-daughter GLOCK’s Ambelina JB he was 21st in the 1.45 m competition counting for the world rankings and came second on GLOCK’s Alato SR in the CSI3* 1.35 m against the clock.

In the meantime GLOCK rider Gerfried Puck was competing in Linz-Ebelsberg from 11 to 14 April. On Friday he secured two top ten placings on GLOCK’s Chamonix B. In the LM 1.30 m jump class the GLOCK pair had a clear round to place tenth, while in the M 1.35 m class they also remained fault free, finishing fourth.

GLOCK rider Gerfried Puck and GLOCK’s Chamonix B. © Michael Rzepa