Chloe Aston led the British one-two-three in speed class, first in the calendar for the CSI3* Vilamoura third week. (Photo © shot-photos.com)
Chloe Aston led the British rebellion in the first class of the CSI3* Vilamoura third week, followed by Harry Charles and Laura Renwick.
For the speed class on course designed by Italy’s Elio Travagliati, Britain’s Chloe Aston completed a perfect round in 61.09 second alongside 12-year-old gelding Amigo T (Padinus x Achil), securing 50 World Ranking Points for the World number 376 that added its second 2017 FEI victory.
After a second week dominated at pleasure by Laura Renwick, today Chloe Aston maintained the good British streak being escorted by Harry Charles in second place with the 10-year-old gelding Controe (Wender R x Iroko) in 61.96 seconds and Laura Renwick was third next to the 11-year-old gelding Bintang II (Tangelo van de Zuuthoeve x Orlando) in time of 62.22 seconds.
The fourth and fifth place completing the Top 5 was for Dutch representatives with Gert Jan Bruggink accompanied by 14-year-old gelding Vampire (Marome NW x Voltaire) in 62.48 seconds and fifth Sanne Thijssen in 62.91 seconds with the 11-year-old mare Sara Galotiere (Ideal de La Loge x Lieu de Rampa).
For the Latino Ranking Brazilians Francisco Jose Mesquita Musa were able to score points in 12th place, along with the 12-year-old gelding Filou Imperio Egipcio (Querlybet Hero x Ahorn Z) in 66.54 seconds. For his part Adir Abreu Junior recorded a time of 70.10 seconds in 16th place with the 9-year-old gelding Andreas Spb Z (Air Jordan Z x Lan Daris).
Out of the points by the Latinos and Pan American Ranking were Brazilian Luiz Felipe de Azevedo Filho with the 11-year-old stallion Chacito (Chacco-Blue x Daimler) in 19th place with 70.47 seconds, Annabel Joost of United States completed in 72.22 seconds her round with 13-year-old gelding Letkiss 20 (Levisto x Kolibri) in 21st, Brazilian Sergio Neuppmann Junior was 23rd with the 10-year-old mare Chicca Blue (Chacco-Blue x Carthago) in 73.58 seconds, Bernardo Naveillan from Chile did it in 74.99 seconds with the 8-year-old mare Daisy du Grand Moustier (Quaser de l’Ile x Fidji du Fleury) at 25th, Felipe Ramos Guinato of Brazil finished 34th with the 8-year-old stallion Vuduciel Un Prince (Clinton x Quidam de Revel) in a field of 4 fouls and 72.65 seconds, Colombian rider Mauricio Ruiz also shot down a pole in 72.90 seconds in 36th place with 9-year-old gelding Noble Calippo (Empire x Fortus Hästak) and Mexican Jose Alfredo Hernandez Ortega accompanied by 16-year-old gelding Grupo Prom Jack (Ovatio x Heartbreaker) retired.