Lots of British medals at the last day in Wellington

Lots of British medals at the last day in Wellington

The last day in Wellington was filled with medals for the British riders. Keep on reading for an overview!

CSI1* Big Tour Final

Not one, not two but three medals for the UK in this class. Jay Halim and Ghost Buster Fortuna HH (by Quality Time TN) are the fastest in the 1.25m high course. He is followed closely by Chloe Lemiux and Skylandria Z (by Super Trooper de Ness). Marie-Louise Thomas takes home the bronze and third medal with Quantum Treat (by Canto). 

CSI2* Big Tour GP - LR

The biggest portion of Longines Ranking-points are for James Whitaker. He and Caloro Ex Z (by Candillo Z) win this class with a time of 40.86. Irish rider Anthony Condon and Zira van het Kapelhof Z (by Zurich) follow in almost two seconds with a time of 42.84. Harry Charles and Aralyn Blue follow closely with 42.89, completing the stage. 


Even the young horses were performing this weekend. Benjamin Clark and River Field Cornet Chin won this 1.25 course by completing the jump-off in 41.28. Millie Allen and BH Gringos Legacy (by Tullbards Bennys Legacy) come in second with a time of 42.37 - beating Gemma Tattersall and Kildress Blackthorn (by Sligo Candy Boy) with only 0.05 timedifference! 


And also the seven year-olds were allowed to perform today. Christopher Burton and Jesaja (by Emir R) take home the win with a time of 34.92 in the jump-off. Millie Allen and Balou Belle (by Balou du Rouet) follow closely with a time of 35.06. They are almost one second faster than the last combination on the stage: Oliver Fletcher and BP Pocahontas (by Emilion), who finish in 35.99.

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