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Kayleigh Watts reigns supreme winning the Massimo Dutti

The CSI4* Small Tour GP, was the biggest class today and was won once again buy the French rider Alexandra Paillot

The CSI4* Small Tour GP, was the biggest class today and was won once again buy the French rider Alexandra Paillot


Today was the day for the British riders and despite hot competition from the 71 competitors in the 1.40m, Medium Tour C, the Massimo Dutti trophy wasn’t going anywhere else.

Kayleigh Watts sped in to the lead in 56.56s on “Kilbarron Rue” and she just couldn’t beat herself on her second horse “Ninkie de VY Z” with 56.92s. These two very fast times left her in first and second place.  In third was another British rider, Jessica Dimmock and to complete the set,  Alison Barton took fourth.

The 1.35m,was won by the Spanish rider from the Basque country, Álvaro González de Zárate, who is a frequent winner here at the Sunshine Tour and he won the class on “Elion V”.  The 1.30m class was won by the Belgian rider Nathalie Willems with “Clever Brabant.”

The French rider Alexandra Paillot seems to have worked out the secret of how to win the Small GP classes here at the Tour, as for the second week running she was the winner of the 1.45m class.  There were 13 competitors in the jump off of this class, with Alexandra taking the win in 31.79s and the Swedish rider Angelie Von Essen, flying round to take second in 31.97s.  This left her with almost 2s in hand over the British rider Harriet Nuttall, who was third on her 15yr old gelding“A Touch Imperious”.

The 1.40m, class was sponsored by the Unicaja Bank.  The winner of the class was Fidel Segovia, with a well deserved victory on “Jack”.  Two of the top lady riders here at the Tour took second and third places, Pénélope Leprevost on Big Star Des Forets and Laura Kraut on “Berdenn de Kergane” (resp).

The Small Tour was dominated by the Finnish team riders today.  In the 1.05m they took second and third places but were beaten by Joao Bueno Rodrigues  from Portugal.  In the 1.15m the Moroccan team were the stars, with Rita Tazi, and Aya Tazi taking first and third (resp).  The Finnish rider Susanna Rautanen was second.  In the 1.25m, Spanish riders took first with Álvaro González de Zárate and third with José Fumero, with Maria Ida Loro from Italy in second.

Tomorrow here at the XXV Sunshine Tour, we finish off this first week of CSI4* jumping with the Big Tour GP class.Escribe aquí tu cuerpo para la noticia












02/03/2019   by Sunshinetour News , Press releases

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