After an exciting international month concluding with the exclusive Longines Masters in Paris Kent Farrington still remains the world number one show jumping rider. The top three remained unchanged. Farrington’s compatriot, McLain Ward remains on the number two spot while France’s show jumping rider KEvin Staut is still the world number three.
Sweden’s Peder Fredicson jumps from the seventh to the fourth place, switching with Italy’s Lorenzo de Luca. Also Maikel van der Vleuten and Harrie Smolders switched spots.
Smolders is this month’s number four, while van der Vleuten is the current number five.
Steve Guerdat jumps into the top ten again into the eight spot taking in Eric Lamaze’s place. The Canadian Olympic rider is now on number nine while Belgium’s Gregory Wathelet remains the world number ten show jumping rider.