The American rider Catherine Tyree was solid at the €25,000 Prix du Conseil Départemantal d’Ille et Vilaine, signifying her second 2017 FEI victory. Cassio Rivetti in 13th place. (Photo © Pixels events)
The American rider Catherine Tyree was solid in her victory of the €25,000 Prix du Conseil Départemantal d’Ille et Vilaine with a time of 69.10 seconds.
As the speed class in a course designed by Jean-Francois Morand for 30 riders, young American Catherine Tyree led the group alongside the 11-year-old gelding Bokai (Up to Date x Olympic Ferro), winning her second 2017 FEI win and added 50 World Ranking Points for her account.
The following seven positions were for the French, where Margaux Rocuet was in second place with the 8-year-old mare Vahine de Bieville (Robin II Z x Le Tot de Semilly) in 69.58 seconds, third place for Patrice Delaveau at 69.68 seconds alongside the 9-year-old gelding Urcos de Kerglenn HDC (Toulon x Diamant de Semilly), fourth place for Laurent Guillet accompanied by the 11-year-old gelding Sultan du Chateau (Kannan x Galoubet A) in 70.46 seconds and fifth was Timothee Anciaume with the 9-year-old mare Undoctra D’Heby (Indoctro x Quidam de Revel).
By the Latino Ranking Cassio Rivetti of Brazil exceeded the allowed time to be penalized with 1 foul, obtaining points in the 13th place next to the 9-year-old gelding Chicago HOF Eversem Z (Con Spirito R x Papillon Rouge) in 81.52 seconds. Also by the Pan American Ranking Katherine Dinan finished in 14th place with the 8-year-old gelding Vic des Cerisiers (Olympic D’Anguerny x Desir du Chateau), accumulating 1 foul in 82.54 seconds.