Anthony Condon shone at the €100,000 Bolesworth International Grand Prix.

Anthony Condon of Ireland shone with one of two perfect rounds by beating Britons Keith Shore and Robert Whitaker. Emphasized by the Pan American Ranking Lauren Hough and Eve Jobs, by Latinos Eugenio Garza of Mexico. (Photo © bolesworthinternational.com)

 

Irish rider Anthony Condon shone at the €100,000 Bolesworth International Grand Prix to claim victory after completing one of two perfect rounds on the course designed by his fellowman Alan Wade.

Achieving 100 World Ranking Points with first place, Anthony Condon presented with the 11-year-old gelding Balzac (Oklund x Frisbee Kerellec), recording a time of 49.86 seconds with his two perfect rounds, while he was escorted in second place by Britsh Keith Shore, last to complete her two clear rounds along with the 14-year-old gelding Mystic Hurricane (Tornado x Magic Motion) in 53.53 seconds.

The Top 5 of the Grand Prix was completed in third place by Robert Whitaker accompanied with the 14-year-old gelding Catwalk lv (Colman x Corleone) totaling 2 faults in 58.83 seconds, for fourth place Francois Jr Mathy of Belgium finished in 4 faults and 44.34 seconds with the 9-year-old stallion Casanova De L’Herse (Ugano Sitte x Kashmir Van Schuttershof), while fifth place was for Ireland’s Darragh Kenny, accumulating 4 fouls in 45.87 seconds with the 10-year-old gelding Team De Coquerie (Heartbreaker x Papillon Rouge).

They stood out for the Pan American Ranking Lauren Hough in ninth place with her always effective 13-year-old mare Ohlala (Orlando x Cardento), knocking down a pole in each round in 45.79 seconds and this week’s winner Eve Jobs ranked in 12th, when she complete the 4 fouls fastest in first round with 76.72 seconds next to the 10-year-old gelding Tiny Toon Semilly (Diamant de Semilly x Kannan).

For the Latino Ranking scored World Ranking points Eugenio Garza from Mexico, after completing his first round in 4 fouls and 77.42 seconds with the 9-year-old gelding Victer Finn Dh Z (Va Vite x Stakkato) in 13th place.

 

Final Results