To end all aspirations and claims of the participants in Sweden, Allen took the carts disputed during the week and the Grand Prix. Meredith Michaels-Beerbaum finished second and Brazilian Marlon Módolo Zanotelli retired. (Photo © Peter Zachrisson / RGB Pictures).
Impossible to have better life week by Bertram Allen of Ireland in the CSI4* Sweden International Horse Show, to take two wins, but both were the most important, where he was awarded a car in each competition won including the Grand Prix closure.
Allen that upon arrival in Sweden came to get two cars in the 2015 season and its various participations in competitions, could add two more his own and certainly should already be thinking about mounting a car dealership, to complete their week of activities. With his horse Quiet Easy (Quidam’s Rubin x Zapateado), that accompanied him on his victory yesterday, liberated the Grand Prix with a time of 45.19 seconds in the jump-off, marking the first double clear to three ultimately were achieved today.
The second place went to the three-time world champion Meredith Michael-Beerbaum and Apsara (Ephebe F. Warm I Ever x) owned by Artemis Equestrian Farm LLC, completing her round perfectly in 47.89 seconds, while Norway Geir Gulliksen with his second consecutive third place was presented with Violetta D (x Quinar Candillo), this being the last pairing with clear course in 48.75 seconds.
Both the fourth and fifth place would be for two home competitors, ranking fourth Johan Lundh and Miebello (Quite Easy I x Cardento) in 4 fouls jump-off and 49.72 seconds, to leave in the fifth position Charlotte Mordasini and Tiny Toon Semilly (Diamant de Semilly x Kannan) with 4 fouls also in 51.13 seconds.
Ranking Latino leader Marlon Módolo Zanotelli had no luck on his side this time and it was only one of the 17 participants in the Grand Prix he retired in his regular round.