Andrew Ramsay with no enemies in the $45,000 FEI Open Classic.

Andrew Ramsay of the United States managed a superior 3 seconds advantage in the jump-off and take a comfortable victory. (Photo © Tom von Kap-herr)


American Andrew Ramsay took a comfortable win in the $45,000 FEI Open Classic of CSI3* Bromont with a lead over 3 seconds.

With a total of 13 pairs classified to the jump-off on course designed by Luc Musette, Andrew Ramsay completed his run in 39.49 seconds with the 10-year-old mare Cocq A Doodle (Tolan R x Niagara) owned by The Doodle Group, to ensure 50 World Ranking Points in its unbeatable exhibition.

For second place Jenn Serek of Canada did not achieve the same effectiveness in the turns and shorten the lines, completing in 42.57 seconds its presentation next to the 9-year-old gelding Wicked (Eurocommerce Berlin x Diamant de Semilly), while its country woman Isabella Lapierre stopped the clock in 42.90 seconds to seize the third place with the 10-year-old mare Cescha M (Diamant of Semilly x Calando IV).

The winner of yesterday’s FEI event Devin Ryan of the United States, finished in fourth place with the 10-year-old gelding Cooper (Unaniem x Baloubet Du Rouet).

For the LatinoRanking Colombian rider Carlos Ramirez was very close to adding World Ranking Points, finishing in 17th place with the 10-year-old stallion Happy Wandor Vant Roosakker (Wandor van de Mispelaere x V Cento) in a field of 4 fouls.


Final Results