Especially class to close the first day of CSI5* Mechelen in Belgium, Ireland’s Denis Lynch owned the car in dispute with the only clear round of the four jump-off rounds. Christian Ahlmann of Germany second and the home rider Jerome Guery third. (Photo © paardenfotograaf.be)
With a final round that means the fourth jump-off to dispute the vehicle involved in the Land Rover Masters, the Irishman Denis Lynch was driving home who came to scoring the only clear round of the night.
The winner went to the final round along the German Christian Ahlmann and Belgian Jerome Guery, but could not face the perfect pitch embodied by Lynch and the horse Songe de Toscane (C Indoctro x Quick Star) a 9-years old stallion owned by Dr. Martin Fromer in time of 38.51 seconds. The second place went to Christian Ahlmann and his horse Cornado II (Cornet Obolensky x Acobat), another stallion with 10-years old and owned by Averdiek & Hemmelho A. Schulze getting placed on board in the fourth jump-off the fastest time in 38.42 seconds with 4 fouls.
For the third and still very supported by his audience, Jerome Guery who delivers first jump-off of the final round, knocked down a pole for a total of 4 fouls and 40.61 seconds with the 9-year old gelding Grand cru van rozenberG (Malito de Reves x Heartbreaker 89.4335) owned by the rider.