Harold Boisset of France commanded the valid Portuguese Grand Prix to qualify to the EU-CH 2017 in Gothenburg and the 2018 WEG Tryon. Uri Rosenzweig of Chile in 11th place as best Latino. (Photo © CSIO Lisbon)
The French rider Harold Boisset commanded the CSIO3* Grand Prix of Lisbon presented by Audi, to add 50 World Ranking Points in a class that was valid to qualify the EU-CH 2017 in Gothenburg and 2018 WEG Tryon.
The event involving 56 pairs of two rounds on a course designed by Bernardo Costa Cabral, concluded with two perfect rounds by the winner Harold Boisset accompanied by the 11-year-old mare Quolita Z (Quasimodo Z x Ramiro), owned by Center Equestrian Montpellier Grammon registering a time of 42.06 seconds, while the other perfect field was by Italian Filippo Codecasa, owner of the second position with 12-year-old gelding Go High della Bassanella (Go on Top x Laptop) in 44.30 seconds.
Completed the Grand Prix’s Top 5 Olivier Roberts of France in third place with 4 faults in 39.35 seconds with 13-year-old gelding Erod (Querlybet Hero x Forever), in fourth place Victor Bettendorf of Luxembourg with accumulated of 4 faults and 40.55 seconds accompanied by 11-year-old stallion Sorbier Blanc (Jericho Pierreville x Voltaire) and fifth place was Constant Van Paesschen of Belgium, also with 4 faults in 42.18 seconds along with 10-year-old stallion Carlow van de Helle (Caretino x Corofino I).
Going to Latino Ranking Chilean Uri Rosenzweig managed to score FEI Ranking points, ending his presentation with 8 fouls in 44.50 seconds alongside 9-year-old stallion Upper (Diamant de Semilly x Nadir di San Patrignano) in 11th place. Out of points concluded Felipe Ramos Guinato of Brazil in 33rd place with a first round of 8 fouls accompanied by 13-year-old gelding Zenzero (Kashmir van Schuttershof x Burggraaf), Jose Alfredo Hernandez Ortega of Mexico followed in box 40th totaled 9 faults with 16-year-old gedling Prom Jack Group (Ovatio x Heartbreaker) and finally the Chilean rider Bernardo Naveillan accumulated 14 faults in his presentation with 9-year-old stallion Ugo du Barquet (Diamant de Semilly x Count Ivor) ranked in 47th.