The Swiss Alain Jufer galloped in the tiebreaking round of €24,600 Prix de S.A.R the Prince Moulay RACHID, being the difference of 39 hundredths of a second to the fourth place. (Photo © Archive)
Swiss rider Alain Jufer galloped on the CSI3* Tetouan of the Marocco Royal Tour to win the €24,600 Prix of S.A.R the Prince Moulay RACHID.
With a tiebreaking round of 13 ranked riders, the stiff competition was in the top four, being the difference only by 39 hundredths of a second in a fast round by Alain Jufer next to the 13-year-old gelding oCasall (Casall x Cantus), allowing him to secure 50 World Ranking Points in 31.37 seconds.
Although Alain Jufer marked a distance of 35 hundredths of a second to his closest rival Abdullah Alsharbatly from Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, things were more close from second place to fourth place, being the difference of 6 hundredths of a second, presenting the Saudi with the 12-year-old gelding Crazy Quick (Chacco-Blue x Quick Star) and completing its field in 31.72 seconds, third place for the former World Ranking leader Simon Delestre of France with a time of 31.73 seconds next to the 8-year-old gelding Filou Carlo Zimequest (Coronas x Fro Pleasure) and fourth place Jordanian Ibrahim Hani Bisharat with the 15-year-old stallion Old Chap Tame (Carthago x Quidam de Revel).
Today’s class also marked the first defeat of Italian rider Emanuele Gaudiano, who came to win previous two FEI events and was out of all possibility after he knocked down a pole i is regular round with the 8-year-old gelding Einstein (Clinton x Nimmerdor), placing it in 17th position.