In front of a historic and impressive backdrop in Vienna the weekend after, it was Penelope Leprevost who went all the way to the top and took home the grand prix. The win in the penultimate leg of the series this season came aboard Mylord Carthago *HN, and the French rider left Meredith Michaels-Beerbaum on Bella Donna and Gerco Schröder on Eurocommerce London behind her.
The final of the Global Champions Tour will take place in Abu Dhabi in late November with Rolf-Göran Bengtsson and Edwina Tops-Alexander in the lead at 196 points. Right behind them Christian Ahlmann follows at 180 points and Denis Lynch has been able to collect 178 points as No. 4. It has never been this close leading up to the final before, and the competition in the Middle East promises to be an unforgettable battle.
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