Gregory Wathelet intractable and not to win.

Second win in consecutive days for the Belgian Gregory Wathelet who still inspired during January and intractable shown against rivals to keep the winning streak. The Swiss Romain Duguet second and third German Marco Kutscher. (Photo © mercedes-cdi.ch)

 

Again Gregory Wathelet name appears at the top of the list of the standings to dispatch their rivals for the second straight day, this time in the dispute of LGT Private Banking Challenge for the second day of CSI5* Zurich in Switzerland.

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Gregory Wathelet posing for the photo as usual winner.

About 12-years-old gelding Egano van het Slogenhof (Electro x Nagano) owned by Stephex Stables, Wathelet led masterfully on his horse in a perfect speed class at a height of 1.40m to mark time of 48.73 seconds with formidable turns and surpass with difference of 2 seconds the Swiss Romain Duguet and the horse Otello du Solell (Alligator Fontaine x Papillon Rouge) a 14-years-old stallion to settling in second place in the time of 50.63 seconds.

For the third place Germany again becomes owner of the position with Marco Kutscher and the horse Balermo (Baloubet du Rouet x Silvio I) by Karsten Lutte in time of 51.30 seconds, followed in fourth place by the Irish Denis Lynch who was presented with the horse Garkus van het Indihof (Toulon x Rubens du Ri D Asse) a 10-years-old gelding owned by Didier Baert registered 53.50 seconds, while fifth place would occupy the Swiss rider Chantal Müller with the 12-years-old U Tabasca (Cassini I x Coriolan) owned by Hans-Peter Müller to complete her round in 53.92 seconds.

 

Final Results LGT Private Banking Challenge CSI5* 1.40m