Victory for the Irish rider at the CSI 4*-W Toronto to overcome in the tiebreaker round to Americans Jessica Springsteen and McLain Ward. (Photo © Ben Radvanyl Photograpy)
Follow the CSI 4*-W Toronto valid for the classification of the Longines FEI World Cup Jumping Final and after the victory in the sixth sleeve of the qualifier yesterday by the three times Olympic medalist McLain Ward, today decanted the class in favor of the Irish Darragh Kenny.
Playing the $35,000 Brickenden Trophy with a total of 22 pairs, Kenny had the best time of the jump-off with the 14-year-old gelding Charly Brown (Caratello B x Ehrentusch) owned by Martina Jelinkova in 33.23 seconds. The second place was for the American rider Jessica Springsteen with the 9-year-old mare Tiger Lily (Balou du Rouet x Domino) owned by Stone Hill Farm, ending its course in 34.13 seconds.
For the third place, yesterday World Cup winner McLain Ward finished in time of 34.25 seconds with the 12-year-old mare Maloub (Maloubet de Pleville x Carthago) owned by the Ward, adding new points to the World Ranking, where currently it is located third. Canadian rider Vanessa Mannix scored the last double clear of the competition, recording 35.67 seconds with 11-year-old stallion Winslow High (Camiell-Flamingo Z x Montgomery) to finish in fourth place.
The best time of the tiebreaker was for home rider Keean White, already a winner in the week and take some distance to the winner with time of 32.48 seconds, but two rails down was a total of 8 fouls, finishing him in 11th with For Freedom Z (For Pleasure vs. Baloubet du Rouet).