Jerome Guery took the Master del Monte & Region Hauts de France.

Belgium’s Jerome Guery take the Longines Global Champions Tour final victory at Chantilly beating Italian rider Lorenzo de Luca. Laura Kraut third and Yuri Mansur sixth. (Photo © Stefano Grasso)

 

The last FEI event of the Longines Global Champions Tour in Chantilly was won by Belgian rider Jerome Guery.

After classifying 8 riders to the jump-off, Jerome Guery with the 15-year-old stallion Papillon Z (Perhaps v.Berkenbroeck x San Patrignano Cassini) got the fastest time in 34.81 seconds to secure 80 World Ranking Points and to surpass the world number 3 Italy’s Lorenzo de Luca, who completed his course in 35.47 seconds with 11-year-old Stephex Stables’s Limestone Gray.

The perfect courses continued to fourth place, but it was the American Olympic medalist Laura Kraut who took the third position next to the 14-year-old mare Whitney (Indoctro x Concorde) owned by St Brides Farm, recording a time of 36.81 seconds, while Marc Dilasser of France was in charge of the last double clear round with the 10-year-old gelding Clifton Belesbat (Clinton x Halando II vdWatering) in 36.99 seconds.

For the Pan American Ranking and closing the top five riders of the final class was the American Lauren Hough with the 12-year-old mare Adare (Royal Bravour x Burggraaf) getting a time of 37.89 seconds with 4 fouls.

Going to the Latino Ranking Yuri Mansur of Brazil occupied the sixth place with the 13-year-old mare Unita Ask (Corrado I x Caretino), result that allowed him to add 45 World Ranking Points to be the most outstanding Latino.

 

Final Results