Cutting the possibility of the British duo from Robert Bevis and Robert Smith, Johnny led the playoff Pals six qualifiers to add 50 points to the World Ranking. (Photo © liverpoolhorseshow.com)
Second FEI World Ranking points class in the CSI4* Liverpool and Dutchman Johnny Pals was the main character to get his first win of 2016, then last season reached a total of 4 wins of which only one was low FEI parameters, currently occupying the position 179 worldwide.
After 41 pairs registered encourage regular round of Crabbies Alcoholic Ginger Beer at a height of 1.50m, only 6 classification to return via clear round in perfect first course. That was how the Dutch on the horse Fernando (For Pleasure x Corrado I), a 10-years old stallion owned by Stoeterij Black Horses stopped the clock at 34.72 seconds to which 50 points are credited to the World Ranking, also preventing the Robert’s duo representatives of Britain conform to follow in second and third place.
For the second horse Robert Bevis and Courtney Z (Chellano Z x Major de la Cour) a 15-years old gelding ownership of the rider, on board recorded a time of 35.23 seconds, while Robert Smith and 11-years old mare Bavi (Balou du Rouet x Caretino) follow him in third place recording a top time of 36.86 seconds.
While the time was finalized by Pals winner of the night was not the fastest jump-off, as the Italian Piergiorgio Bucci with horse Casallo Z (Casall x Carthago Z) a 12-years old gelding would achieve a mark of 34.18 seconds with a takedown rail, a situation that sent him straight to the fourth place. Finally closing five of the most prominent competition with the Swedish Peder Fredricson an d the horse H&M All In (Kashmir will Schuttershof x Fortune), an 10-years old stallion in court escorting 4 fouls and time of 34.91 seconds to take the fifth place.