Sameh Al Dahan and Suma’s Zorro claim a spectacular win of the CP International presented by Rolex in Calgary.

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The crowd that filled the stands was threated with the best showjumping of the world in yesterday’s Rolex Grand Prix in Calgary.
One of the world’s toughest classes stood up to expectations with only seven clear rounds qualifying for round two together with five more rider and horse combiantions.
The first pair to achieve a double clear roàund was Maikel Van Der Vleuten and his faithfull stallion Verdi NOP (Quidam de Revel) that would be joined by Egypt’s Sameh Al Dahan and his wonderful partner Suma’s Zorro who improved the Dutch rider’s time to claim a spectacular win in the Rolex Grand Prix of Calgary.
Van Der Vleuten would take runner up position ahead of Beezie madden and Coach who settled for 3rd.