A whole day of showjumping in Abu Dhabi today. The winner in the CSI4* 1.45m was Annabel Joost.
CSI4* - 1.45
It's American rider Annabel Joost aboard Primus vom Neumuehler Hof (by Perigueux) who wins the jump-off. She clears the course with a time of 37.29. Jack Ryan follows closely with Essenar High Hopes (by Phin Phin) putting a time of 37.35 on the clock.
British rider Chad Fellows and Tachini Z (by Toulon) finish in 38.03, placing them third. Paolo Piani follows in fourth place with Ottava Meraviglia di Ca'San G (by For Pleasure). Italian compatriot Simone Coata follows closely with Dalphons V (by Clinton) on the fifth place.
CSI4* - 1.30
Gerfried Puck takes home the gold medal to Austria with For Fun VT (by Zirocco Blue VDL). He beats Kristaps Neretnieks and Moon Ray (by Cornet Obolensky), who at his turn, stays in front of Abdullah Humaid Al Muhairi aboard Coenig (by Cordobes I).
Salim Ahmed Al Suwaidi comes in fourth place with Diamond Way (by Diamant de Revel), Holger Wulschner and Diamant de Plaisir (by Diamant de Semilly) come in fifth.
Hamza Mahmoud M. S. Alkiswani is the winner of this course. He does this in the saddle of Happyness. Ali Hamad Al Kirbi follows in second place with Pogba (by Douglas). Abdulrahman Alnemr takes home the bronze medal aboard Per Sempre Funny.
CSIYH1* - 7YO
Mohammed Al Hajri is the victor aboard Olivia (by Don Diarado) the fastest. He is closely followed by Tina Lund and Caracho (by Cascadello). Sara Hussein Saleh Al Armoutie and Icarus are the last combination on the stage. Fourth place goes to Firas Hamama in the saddle of Intermezzo (by Comme Il Faut) , fifth goes to Shane Breen aboard Z7 Regal Don (by Don VHP Z).
CSIYH1* - 6YO
In this youngster class the win goes to French rider Frédéric David and Empire As (by Kannan). Jack Ryan, in this class aboard Elmira Mail (by Utrillo Z) comes in second and stays in front of Gregory Cyril Perrin in the saddle of Eros As (by Quick Star).
It is Salim Ahmed Al Suwaidi with Quidam Jr. who takes fourth place in this class and Arif Ahmed Jassim Ali Ahli, aboard James VDB who closes the top five.