Peder Fredricson har en riktigt bra andrahäst i H&M Christian K.
FOTO: Haide Westring

Peder Fredricson trea med Christian K


Peder Fredricson har inte bara en topphäst. Med H&M All In vann Peder en 150-hoppning. Nya stjärnan Christian K ville också visa sin klass. På lördagen red Peder in på en tredjeplats i 155-hoppningen i Villach-Treffen, Österrike.

Christian K kom in i Peders stall efter inne-SM på Strömsholm. Hästen hade då tävlats och utbildats av Daniel Svensson, hopplärare på Strömsholm. Uppenbart passar Christian K Peder perfekt. Han har redan visat sin klass och varit högt placerad i internationella klasser.
- Han har hoppat bra, sa Peder redan före tävlingarna i Österrike.

Lördagens vinnare var irländaren Cian O´Connor, före världsmästaren Jeroen Dubbeldam, Nederländerna med mästarhästen Zenith.


På väg till Villach-Treffen i Österrike berättade Peder Fredricson om fokus mot stora tävlingar. Ett steg i uppladdningen och come back efter operationen är den femstjärniga tävlingen i alplandet.
- Det känns bra just nu med ”Allan” ( H&M All In – den bevingade hästen), konstaterade han, efter seger i första starten.

Väl framme på tävlingsplatsen fick han kvitto direkt. Seger i första 150-hoppningen med god marginal till tysken Marcus Ehning.

"Allan" visade igen att han har vingar att flyga snabbare och högre än de flesta hästar.
Trea var Marlon Modolo Zanotelli, Brasilien, känd i Sverige från Sweden International Horse Show på Friends arena. Men också bekant som make till svenska toppryttaren Angelica Augustsson Zanotelli.

Henrik von Eckermann rider också i Villach-Treffen och har med sig en ny häst, Appy Cara, som var placerad tolva i samma hoppning som Peder vann.


Tidigare under dagen hade Angelica Augustsson Zanotelli fixat svensk seger i en 140-hoppning med Typie du Tillard.

Pressrelease från arrangören:

Peder Fredricson (SWE) is the Gaston Glock’s Champion

On this course today for the Gaston Glock’s Championat at the GLOCK HORSE PERFORMANCE CENTER Austria, this was the first time during the International Show Jumping weekend that points were at stake in the Longines World Rankings for show jumping riders. Registered to start in the competition over 1.50 m in two rounds were 41 participants. Anyone riding for the lion’s share of the prize money totalling 93,000 euros would have to give their all, both in the basic round and the shortened second round. For an indication of the quality of the field of competitors at the GHPC, one only needs to check the list of results. No fewer than 15 duos cleared the 13 obstacles and 16 jumps penalty-free in the first round. But because only the fastest twelve then passed to the deciding round, unfortunately Meredith Michaels-Beerbaum (GER), Romain Duguet (SUI) and Daniel Deusser (GER) then had to spectate.

In the second round, Marlon Modolo Zanotelli (BRA), as first starter in the saddle on ten-year-old Celena VDL, daughter of Mr. Blue, set off pretty smartly and set the initial benchmark with a penalty-free 45.95 seconds. Ultimately this result was enough for third place. Achieving a faster round for one was Marcus Ehning (GER), in the saddle on BWP gelding Gin Chin van het Lindenhof (44.58), who was pleased to accept the trophy for second place in the award ceremony. But the fastest penalty-free round came from Peder Fredricson (SWE). The silver-medal-winner of the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro had saddled up H&M All In and evidently gone for the right horse. 

This eleven-year-old offspring of Kashmir van Schuttershof was also the reliable partner of the world’s current number 21 back in Rio. Today once again he demonstrated his skills at the Gaston Glock’s Championat: “It already felt right with All In during the first round, and everything worked out well for us in the second round too. I feel very comfortable here. It’s an excellent tournament with great sports and no-one stays hungry here either, that’s for sure. Now I’m very pleased, most of all with my horse. He had a six-month break after Rio and is fully back now. On Sunday in the GLOCK’s 5* Grand Prix, I will once more give everything and then maybe we’ll see each other again here!”, this the statement of the likeable winner.

02 CSI5* Gaston GLOCK’s Championat
Int. jumping competition over two rounds, 1.50 m
Competition counts for the LONGINES Ranking list
1. H&M All In - Fredricson, Peder (SWE) 0/43.94 Round 2
2. Gin Chin van het Lindenhof - Ehning, Marcus (GER) 0/44.58 Round 2
3. Celena VDL - Modolo Zanotelli, Marlon (BRA) 0/45.95 Round 2
4. Embassy II - Dreher, Hans-Dieter (GER) 0/47.04 Round 2
5. Espoir - Devos, Pieter (BEL) 4/43.43 Round 2
6. Limestone Grey - de Luca, Lorenzo (ITA) 4/44.00 Round 2
7. Deauville S - Kraut, Laura (USA) 4/44.45 Round 2
8. Sterrehof’s Baccarat - Houtzager, Marc (NED) 4/44.81 Round 2
9. Iron Man van de Padenborre - Wathelet, Gregory (BEL) 4/45.36 Round 2
10.Daimler - Muff, Werner (SUI) 4/47.81 Round 2
11.Ulysse des Forets - Guerdat, Steve 4/49.01 Round 2
12.Appy Cara - von Eckermann, Henrik (SWE) 8/50.76 Round

11 GLOCK’s 2* Tour - 1.40 m 

A victory & a selfie for Angelica Augustsson Zanotelli

Angelica Augustsson Zanotelli from Sweden certainly won’t forget International Show Jumping at the GLOCK HORSE PERFORMANCE CENTER Austria in a hurry. First the likeable female rider managed to get an enviable selfie with star guest Robbie Williams yesterday, then today she celebrated victory in the GLOCK’s 2* Tour over 1.40 m. In the saddle on ten-year-old Typie du Tillard, daughter of Diamant de Semilly, she mastered the ten obstacles in this jumping competition accumulator without a single penalty in a time of 52.62 seconds, making her the fastest in this competition by a clear margin: “It was practically one of my lifetime ambitions to get a selfie with Robbie Williams one day. Achieving that yesterday was a big motivation”, she said with a beaming smile. “What’s more, it’s the first victory with Typie. She needed a lot of time, but I have great hopes of her. Victory today is something really special for me.”

With 65 points, a full score too for Line Karlsen Raaholt (NOR) who, with eight-year-old Elisabeth , daughter of Applaus, cantered over the finishing line in 56.21 seconds. Annelies Vorsselmans (BEL) came third with just seven-year-old Chaventele Z (65/57.05).

11 GLOCK’s 2* Tour

Int. jumping competition - accumulator with joker, 1.40 m
1. Typie du Tillard - Augustsson Zanotelli, Angelica (SWE) 65/52.62
2. Elisabeth - Raaholt, Line Karlsen (NOR) 65/56.21
3. Chavantele Z - Vorsselmans, Annelies (BEL) 65/57.05
4. E Clinton - Porter, Wilton (USA) 65/57.69
5. Electric Z - Schwizer-Seydoux, Florence (SUI) 65/58.45
6. Mill Creek Filippa K - Henning, Tonya (CAN) 65/59.63