Jerome Dubbeldam its titled at the Grand Prix St Lo Agglomeration.

World Champion Jerome Dubbeldam of the Netherlands won the Grand Prix of St. Lo beating Rik Hemeryck of Belgium. (Photo © CSI St Lo)

 

World Champion Jerome Dubbeldam of the Netherlands qualified as the winner of the 1.50 Grand Prix St Lo Agglomeration, beating 5 riders in the jump-off.

The course designed by Frenchman Jean-Paul LePetit left a series of interesting questions among the 50 participating pairs, where only 6 riders would return to the jump-off led by Jerome Dubbeldam and his 13-year-old gelding SFN Zenith (Rash), representing the third 2017 FEI victory.

After registering a time of 43.30 seconds for Jerome Dubbeldam, nobody could lower the mark imposed by the Dutchman, being escorted by Rik Hemeryck from Belgium with the 11-year-old gelding Bretling du Paradis Z (Bamako de Muze) in 44.88 seconds and third place also the Dutchman Williem Greve, winner this week at CSI3* St. Lo, stopped the clock in 46.27 seconds with the last double clear round accompanied by the 10-year-old mare Zypria S (Canturo).

Completed the riders who fought in the jump-off Reynald Angot of France in fourth place, completing a field of 4 fouls in 44.01 seconds with the 11-year-old mare Symphonie des Biches (Kannan*gfe), the flying Dutchman Gerco Schröder in fifth place with the 9-year-old gelding Glock’s Dobelensky (Cornet Obolensky) in 47.95 seconds with the same 4 fouls and sixth place Belgium’s Koen Vereecke accumulating 8 fouls in 41.71 seconds with the 8-year-old mare Jativia (Cardento).

By the Pan American Ranking Wilton Porter of the United States was the best located in the 27th position, totaling a 8 fouls regular round with the 10-year-old gelding Delinquent JX (Darco). Turning to the Latino Ranking representatives, only Luiz Felipe de Azevedo Filho from Brazil participated, exceeding the time allowed to finish in 9 fouls next to the 11-year-old stallion Chacito (Chacco-Blue) in 29th box.

 

Final Results