Both Steve Guerdat and Sweden's Peder Fredricson hold on their position in the new FEI Longines Ranking. Guerdat remains the world number one show jumping rider, followed by Fredricson.
It is Daniel Deusser (GER) and Martin Fuchs (SUI) who switch places, placing Deusser in a third spot, followed by Fuchs. The top five is this month completed by USA's McLain Ward. Beezie Madden jumps ahead from a 9th to 6th spot leaving last month's number five, Pieter Devos (BEL) in a seventh place.
Kent Farrington puts foot in eight while Germany's Christian Ahlmann jumps into the top ten in a 9th position. The top ten is completed by Belgium's Niels Bruynseels.
Moving 23 placed up, Jos Verlooy is the biggest jumper in the top fifty of the world. As he also leads the U25 ranking this month, replacing Ireland's Bertram Allen.