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It’s an Irish win in the Ranking class for Dermott Lennon with MJM Pursuit

It’s an Irish win in the Ranking class for Dermott Lennon with MJM Pursuit

Second place for Bruce Goodin and third for Matthew Sampson.


It took just 64.54 seconds for the Irish rider, Dermott Lennon to take the win in the 1.45m FEI, Longines Ranking class which saw 50 competitors take to the David Broome arena.  He was riding the mare MJM Pursuit who is owned by MJM (IOM) Holdings.  Dermott just keept the New Zealand rider, Bruce Goodin in second place by a mere faction of a second on Backatorps Danny V who stopped the clock in 65sec dead.  Third place went to Matthew Sampson who was riding, Paul Walker a gelding by Perigueux, owned by Gut Einhaus LLC and previously ridden here at the Autumn Tour by Laura Kraut.


There was an Irish victory in the 1.40m class by the hand of Cian O’Connor and Dourados 2 and also in the 1.30m from the speedy rider who has done so well here, Tom Wachman, and the wonderful Cesha Old, taking a second consecutive win in this class this week.


Dutch rider Eric Van der Vleuten with Karama Van’t Heike was second in the 1.40m class followed by the American rider, Laura Kraut who took both third and fourth places. Third place was Confu and fourth was Diamen du Thot.


The Irish were not only first in the 1.30m but hot on Tom’s heels taking second, was Carol Gee riding Fernhill Clooney.  Finishing off the podium was the Spanish rider Mario Rotlland Daurella and Cerano.


The 1.20m was won by Spanish rider Juan Miguel Febrer Riu with Grantender.  John Whitaker with Storm was second and the Canadian rider Samantha Vanderwoude with Indiana II was third.


The 1.10m was won by the Russian rider Viktoria Alekseeva with a very stylish round on Popcorn de Tiji Z.  Hugo Kogelnig from Finland was second on Vermont 2 and in third was another New Zealander, Amy Collinson with ET.


Kara Chad with Irinka Lady (CAN), took first place yet again in the 7yr old class after coming second yesterday and winning the day before.  The mare is owned by the British rider Matthew Sampson, who took second place in this class with Jafabalou.  Another Irish rider this time Billy Twomey, with Je Taime Z, completed  the podium in this class.


There were also no surprises in the winner of the 6yr old class with the American rider, Julie Welles taking Jacquard to top place, making it two wins and one second place just this week of the Tour.  Belgian rider Dennis Caubergs with Variand Van de Tojopehoeve Z was second on this gelding by Vagrant Z.  In third, Charlie Jones from the UK, was again in the rosettes with Just Synergy.  The class was jumped on grass today in the main arena.


Charlie Jones also was the winner in the 5yr old class on Kelling Star with the Turkish rider Derin Demirsoy and Faline des Chaines taking second place.  Molly Hay from the USA was third with Kiek Now S.


That is the end of the Young Horse classes for this fourth week of the Autumn Tour. Tomorrow we continue with the other classes that range from 1.10m to 1.40 and on Sunday we build up to the event of the week, the GP Tokyo Olympic Qualifier.

09/10/2020   by Sunshinetour News , Press releases , Dehesa Montenmedio , Sunshine Tour , sunshinetour2020 , autumn tour , showjumping

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