Bertram takes a brilliant fourth place finish in the Rolex Grand Prix at the Dutch Masters

Bertram Allen and Gin Chin van het Lindenhof (Chin Chin /Calido 1) scored an excellent fourth place finish in yesterday’s five-star Rolex Grand Slam of Show Jumping at the Dutch Masters in s-Hertogenbosch.
Published  12.03.2018
Allen and the 12-year-old gelding were one of 13 combinations who made it into the second round, and with full speed from start to finish, Bertram took over the lead with 38.74 sec.

Germany’s Marcus Ehning looked to have done enough to take victory when he posted a clear in 37.80 with Cornado NRW. However, he missed out on the top prize of €264,000 when last to go Belgium’s Niels Bruynseels crossed the line clear in 37.10 with Gancia de Muze.

Dutch favorite Harrie Smolders took third place on the podium with Emerald in a time of 37.89.


About The Rolex Grand Slam 

The Rolex Grand Slam of Show Jumping was the beginning of a new era in the field of equestrian sport. The quest to win the most difficult-to-obtain trophies in the world of equestrian sport unites the top riders from all over the globe. 
The Major tournaments Aachen, Spruce Meadows, Geneva and ´s-Hertogenbosch – all prestigious names on the international equestrian sport circuit, which are connected by a spectacular bonus system: Turning the Rolex Grand Slam into a truly infinite story, into one of the most exciting concepts in the history of international sport.

 About The Dutch Masters

As the largest indoor show in the Netherlands, The Dutch Masters (Indoor Brabant Horse Show) has already stood for top-class equestrian sport for half a century. The first international show in the year 1967 was already a huge success. Since then the best riders in the world meet up every year in March in a bid to ride to victory in the legendary Brabanthallen. In 1994, the World Cup Final of the Show-Jumpers was staged in ’s-Hertogenbosch for the first time, in 2012 The Dutch Masters indeed hosted the Finals for both dressage and jumping.

Every year, 65,000 visitors attend the traditional show in the heart of the Netherlands, where cutting-edge infrastructure merges with living history and spectacular competitions with a fascinating show programme compete to attract the attention of the spectators. Special sporting moments meet exquisite entertainment amid the unique atmosphere of The Dutch Masters!

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