Belgian rider Constant van Paesschen added a new victory in Slovakia by dominating the €24,600 Wine Expert. (Photo © Archive)
The final day of the CSI 4* Samorin had a familiar face in the circle of winners, when Constant van Paesschen of Belgium dominated the €24,600 Wine Expert.
Competed again with the 10-year-old gelding Compadre van de Helle (Casall x Concerto II), same horse with which he won on Friday, Constant van Paesschen wore the jump-off to take 50 World Ranking Points by putting up a unbeatable time of 36.24 seconds.
For second place Jamie Wingrove of Great Britain got a 72 hundred of second slowest with the 11-year-old gelding Bart VI (Lord Z x Levantos) and yesterday’s winner Rebecca Mcgoldrick of Canada, takes third place next to the 9-year-old gelding Duco (Vincenzo x Goodtimes) in time of 37.91 seconds.
For the Pan American Ranking, Lillie Keenan in eighth place and Christine McCrea in ninth place, both participating in the jump-off to mark a time of 39.82 seconds Keenan with the 10-year-old gelding Skyhorse (Calvaro x Quidam of Revel) and McCrea in 40.05 seconds with the 14-year-old gelding Dynamo (Skippy II x Lys from Darmen).
With respect to the Latino Ranking Eugenio Garza from Mexico managed to score points in 12th with the 16-year-old Bariano (Jetset-D x Skippy), being the fastest time of the jump-off in 34.36 seconds, but they knocked down a pole that Left them out of chance to the victory.