American rider Eve Jobs shone for victory at the Thunderbird Show Park Grand Prix and added her fourth 2017 FEI victory. (Photo © Moi Photography)
American rider Eve Jobs shone for victory at the $100,000 Reliable Rentals Grand Prix of CSI3* Langley in Canada.
Concluding the first week of the Thunder Show Park, Eve Jobs led an effective jump-off with the 12-year-old mare Venue D’Feed Des Hazalles (President x Alcatraz) and secured 80 World Ranking Points with her result, where she currently holds the 359th position.
Being the first of two double clear rounds who completed the Grand Prix on course designed by Peter Halmes, Eve Jobs stopped the clock in 44.16 seconds, while also American Sayre Happy achieved the last double clear round with the 9-year-old mare Dolinn (Cardento x Lux) in 45.46 seconds to follow her in second place.
For the other hand Zazou Hoffman scored a best jump-off time in 39.88 seconds with the 14-year-old mare W Zermie 13 (Rubert R. x Voltaire), but was down a pole totaling 4 fouls in third place. Completed the top five Riche Fellers in fourth place with the 12-year-old mare Lux Lady (Lux x master IMP) and fifth place for Jamie Barge with the 12-year-old gelding Luebbo (Lord Pezi x Stakkato).
Going to the Latino Ranking and looking to complete a very productive week, Eugenio Garza of Mexico got his classification to the tiebreaker, but being very aggressive to mark the best time with the 9-year-old stallion Armani SL Z (Asca Z x Cumano), were very close in front a vertical obstacle suffering a disobedience and culminating in seventh place to taking 40 World Ranking Points.