Leading off the jump off was Marylisa Leffler on Rolling Acres “Pablo” finishing with 8 faults in 34.363. Next to compete was Germany’s Matthias Hollberg aboard his own “Mystic Blue HH” scoring 4 faults in a blazing time of 29.045. Irishman Cian Mc Dermott returned aboard Schneiders Sporthorses “ Feliciano van D’Notterdijk “ to jump to the top of the class with a clean round in a time of 31.599. Tracey Magness returned aboard John Bartko’s “ Intenz van HD “ to edge out Mc Dermott with a clean round in 31.237 to take over the lead. Next to go was Sandra Zimmerli aboard her own “ Geronimo 132 “ jumping to a 4 fault score in 32.646. “ Orientales “ with Sima Morgello were next in the ring and finished with 8 faults in 30.360. New Zealand’s Kirk Webby returned on the first of his two rides aboard Navy Stables “ Jumanji “ jumping clear in 33.862 moving them in to 3rd place. Debi Mc Carthy-Connor was next to challenge aboard Freedom Hill Farm’s “ Sashi W “ jumping to a 4 fault score in 33.780. Columbia’s Olympic veteran Manuel Torres returned on Santa Catalina Farm’s “ Christofoliuni H “ but a miscommunication between horse and rider resulted in elimination. Belgian rider Filip De Wandel aboard Five Way Farm’s “ Elyria Sitte “ jumped to the top of the class with an eloquent clean round in 30.516. However the lead was short lived as Marilyn Little returned on Karen O”Connor’s “ Clearwater “ to race to the top of the class with a clear round in 29.070. New Zealand’s Kirk Webby returned with his 2nd ride the Tolleshunt Investment Group’s “ Brando Du Rouet “ (Baloubet Du Rouet ) and raced to the victory with a clear round in a blazing time of 28.271.
Kirk was also awarded the $ 2,000.00 Horseflight leading rider title and enjoyed his Fathers Day celebration with his daughter Jade who received the David Fowler Custom Tack Trunks grooms