Colombian rider Dayro Arroyave guided his horse Koriano van Klapscheut directly to the FEI WBFSH World Breeding Championship title for 7-year-old. (Photo © Haide Wesrtring)
Colombian rider Dayro Arroyave wins the Zangersheide – FEI WBFSH World Championship Breeding Championship for 7-year-old horses, during the jump-off round.
The FEI Ranking Points class represented for Dayro Arroyave 50 World Ranking Points, where also it disputed the title for the best 7-year-old horse in the traditional Zangersheire week for young horses.
Presenting with 7-year-old gelding Koriano van Klapsheut (Lord Z x Darco), Dayro Arroyave led him on a master jump-off stopping the clock in 40.62 seconds, clearing the aspirations for the home pair between Belgian Pieter Devos and his 7-year-old gelding Flash (Numero Uno x Indoctro), who completed their course in 41.49 seconds.
The jump-off round that counted with the participation of 9 pairs classified, only the Top would realize the double clear round, being the third place for Spaniard Ivan Serrano Saenz next to the 7-year-old stallion Citizen Mezz (Chacco-Blue x Charity) in 41.86 seconds, fourth place by Nicola Philippaerts of Belgium accompanied by the 7-year-old gelding Krapuul F (Diamant de Semilly x Goliath Z) in 42.07 seconds and fifth place for also Belgian Koen Vereecke with 7-year-old gelding Calgary Z (Calvaro x Polydor) in 42.86 seconds.
Moving to the Latino ranking representatives with Colombian Dayro Arroyave in highlight plan, also add points Brazilian Andre Reichmann with the 7-year-old mare Kokaine van Eeckelghem (Nabab de Reve x Tinka’s Boy), totaling 4 fouls in 41.69 seconds in sixth place. His fellowman Matheus Ferriera Gomes Correa seized the 15th position with 7-year-old Angela de Kreisler (Clinton x Diamant de Semilly) on a 4 faults regular round and equal for Brazilian Cassio Rivetti had 8 fouls in 27th place with the 7-year-old stallion Kaiser van het Lambroeck (Nabab of Reve x For Pleasure).
Also for Pan-American Ranking completed standing jump-off round the American rider Adrianne Dixon with the 7-year-old stallion Killossery Kaiden (Lux Z x Cruising) in 4 fouls and 44.31 seconds, occupied the seventh place.
Completed the Latinos group Argentine rider Fidel Segovia with 11 faults in the 32nd position next to the 7-year-old stallion Jack (Coupe de Coeur x Lifestyle) and Jaime Guerra Piedra of Mexico did it in 13 faults to finish 35th with the 7-year-old gelding Favoriet HBC (Cantos x Sandro Boy).