Ukrainian Cassio Rivetti showed the path in the jump-off with the mare Chataga to get their first FEI win of the 2016 beating Michael Greeve from Netherland and Belgium Zoe Conter. Lucy Davis in the 21th place. (Photo © Luifoto.nl)
Important victory for Cassio Rivetti of Ukraine today in the YACHT Prijs at CSI4* Jumping Amsterdam meaning the first 2016 victory FEI events, showing the path in the jump-off of 9 classified a total of 48 pairs that animated the regular round.
Rivetti and the 11-years-old mare Chataga (Chacco-Blue x Carthago) owned by Gestüt Lewitz was a hotly contested jump-off where he had to use all your skills and beat his two closest rivals by just seven hundredths of a second. The second place went to Michael Greeve from Netherlands, highlighting in front of his audience with Eurihill’s Africa (Guidam x Voltaire) a 11-years-old mare owned by G. Weggemans & C. Hendriksen, being very close to victory in time of 34.61 second for 34.57 seconds brokered by the winner, that is just 4 hundredths of seconds between them.
The third place went to Zoe Conter of Belgium and the 10-years-old mare Soory De L’hallali owned by Stephex Stables seeking the surprise of the night, but ultimately completed his court in 34.64 seconds with an audience watching and cheering one of there favorites and was Jur Vrieling, who set the fastest jump-off time in 34.40 seconds with VDL Glasgow v/h Merelsnest (Nabab De Reve x Darco) by VDL Stud with 4 fouls.
Lucy Davis of the United States ended this time at No. 21 with Barron (For Pleasure x Nabab De Reve) outside the points in course of 4 fouls and 66.40 seconds.