American rider Adam Prudent swept Tryon Fall 3 week in North Carolina, taking victory in all three FEI classes, including today the Grand Prix. (Photo © Sportfot)
American rider Adam Prudent swept Tryon Fall 3 week in North Carolina, taking victory in all three FEI classes, including today the Grand Prix.
The course designed by Mexican Catsy Cruz had a total of 52 pairs animating the regular round and then 17 riders returned to the tiebreaker, where Adam Prudent with the 10-year-old gelding Baloutinue (Balou Du Rouet x Utika) owned by Plain Bay Farm, achieved the victory in a time of 38.67 seconds.
For second place the Swiss Olympic medalist Beat Mandli together with the 11-year-old gelding Vic Des Cerisiers (D’anguerny x Niagara de May) owned by Grand Road Partners GMBH, registered a time of 39.76 seconds, and American rider Abigail Mcardle finished third in 39.89 seconds with the 14-year-old stallion Victorio 5 (Uccello x Graefin) owned by Victorio Equine Group LLC.
Completed the Top 5 Alex Matz from the United States with the 12-year-old Holsteiner gelding Cashew CR (Cassini II x Udenna) owned by Dorothy A. Matz in 40.37 seconds and fifth place was for Irish rider Lorcan Gallagher with the 12-year-old Warmblood gelding Idalville d’Esprit (Wateringhoeve x Dali V’T Plutoniahof) owned by Heathman Farm LLC in 41.22 seconds.