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The last Grand Prix is for Dani Waldman..

Posted on 16 Mar 2020 by Nathalie De Martin
Photo © Photo by Kathy Russell Photography

As the world comes to an halt due to Corona, the 2020 Palm Beach Master Series decided to continue as planned,with even spectators allowed… Knowing that is probably the last Grand Prix’s in 4 weeks, this victory was extra special!


Six of the 40 combinations qualified for the jump-off where Dani G. Waldman, as second to go, was the first to produce a double clear in the $300,000 GP. The Israeli set a time of 38.01 seconds with her new Zangersheide stallion Queensland E and while both Brian Moggre and Jessica Springsteen slipped through the timers faster, they unfortunately ended their jump-off with 4 faults each. As a final athlete, the Irish Billy Twomey jumped the track clear and fast in 37.75 seconds with his Lady Lou, but the “blood rule” threw a spanner in the works… Twomey was thus eliminated and ended in sixth place.

No prize-giving

It was a different lap of honor as usual though… Due to the impending travel restrictions caused by COVID-19, Dani decided to leave immediately after her jump-off so she would be able to fly home to the Netherlands. “I just want to get home to my family as quickly as possible. In a time like this, I just want to be around people I love and I trust that my horses will be loved and cared for. Hopefully, things get back normal soon and we can go back to doing the sport we all love!”

Queensland E

Queensland E was born under the name Quinto de la Hamente Z. He is a breeding product of Emmanuel Wera and a son of Quickfire de Ferann. The dam, Magie de Menardiere, is a daughter of Socrate de Chivre and already produced two 1m60 showjumpers: Queensland E and Winnetou de la Hamente Z, a son of Winningmood who can be seen under the saddle of Evelina Tovek.

Queensland E started his international career with Christophe Ebschwendtner and later moved to Kotayba Aldughli who produced him to 1m45 level. In 2018, Natale Chiaudani took over the reins, helping the stallion gain experience up to 1m60 level, before returning back to Kotayba Aldughli. In March 2019, the stallion got acquired by Jos Lansink where Frank Schuttert took place in the saddle. Together, the pair was highly successful with a victory at CSI5* Madrid, a 2nd place in the GP of Le Touquet, a victory in the CSI4* GP of Maastricht and more! Unfortunately for Frank, their partnership lasted less than a year, as Queensland E got acquired by Waldman in January. Their good match is a certainty, as they already were able to win a 5* Grand Prix in less than two months!

“My husband, Alan, already had his eye on Queensland for some time,” Dani explains. “We didn’t know if it was the best horse, but Alan was sure he was my kind of horse. He trusted I could ride him and as always, I trusted Alan. In the first round, he jumped incredible. I was struggling to put it all together, since it is a new partnership and I recently also changed from trainers. In the first round, I was finally able to execute my plan. In the jump-off, my strategy was to go as fast as I thought was possible. That was not lightening fast, but quick enough. I am very pleased!”




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