Conor Swail swept in Langley and won the $135,000 Longines FEI World Cup.

Irish rider Conor Swail swept with all the FEI events of the week in Langley, taking also the World Cup presented by Facet Advisors. (Photo © Moi Photography)


Irish rider Conor Swail kept his good strake of the week winning all FEI events, including today the $135,000 Longines FEI World Cup of Langley.

With 26 pairs participated in the regular round on course design by Irishman Alan Wade, Conor Swail who had a time of almost 4 seconds faster than his closest follower, completing his run in 41.86 seconds alongside with the effective 12-year-old mare Flower (Bon Ami x Randel Z) owned by Vanessa Mannix and Conor Swail.

Winning all three CSI3* classes in Canada this week, Conor Swail took 100 World Ranking Points beating home rider Christopher Surbey and his 9-year-old gelding Daylight VDL (Baloubet du Rouet x Stakkato) when stopping the clock in 45.48 seconds, while third place was American rider Jamie Barge with the 12-year-old gelding Luebbo (Lord Pezi x Stakkato) in 46.44 seconds.

Completed the Top 5 Sayre Harry of the United States in fourth place with the last double clear round of the World Cup in 47.67 seconds accompanied by the 9-year-old Dolinn (Lord Pezi x Stakkato) and fifth place was the Canadian Jenn Serek with the 9-year-old gelding Wicked (Eurocommerce Berlin x Diamant de Semilly) in course of 4 fouls and 45.77 seconds.

For the Latino Ranking highlighted Mexican rider Eugenio Garza occupying the sixth place and secured 50 World Ranking Points. Obtaining his classification to the jump-off, Eugenio Garza was presented with the 9-year-old stallion Armani Sl Z (Asca Z x Cumano) owned by David and Monica Garza, totaling 8 fouls in 43.33 seconds.


Final Results