Irishman Daniel Coyle finished one-two at the CSI2* Rockwood of the Angelston Tournaments to dominate the closing day. (Photo © Archive)
Irish rider Daniel Coyle was dominant on the last day of CSI2* Rockwood of the Angelston Tournaments after finishing one-two.
Being the winner of the $40,000 International Grand Prix 1.45m FEI, Daniel Coyle added another important 2017 victory, completing the forcefully class by taking first and second place in a tiebreaker with six ranked riders.
Marking the fastest time in 44.03 seconds with the 12-year-old mare Fortis Fortuna (Quidam De Revel x Carthago), Daniel Coyle secured 50 World Ranking Points, while the second place occupied him with the 11-year-old mare Cita (Casall x Pik Ramiro) in time of 44.69 seconds.
The last double clear round was carried by the also Irishman Andrew Bourns, who represented the perfect sweep by the Europeans, to stop the clock in 46.07 seconds with CHS Inception (Clover Flush x Harlequin du Carel).
For the Latino Ranking Chilean rider Samuel Parot participated, managing to score World Ranking Points by finishing in seventh place with the 9-year-old gelding Dazzle White (Calvino Z x Narcos II) being the 4 faults regular round fastest time in 75.60 seconds. Also Samuel Parot with the 15-year-old gelding Coucous van Orti (Nabab of Reve x Cash), running with less luck to accumulate 10 faults in 19th place.