The Italian rider Juan Carlos Garcia took the victory in the Big Tour CSI4* Poznan, managing to surpass in the jump-off the Dutch rider Kuipers Doron. (Photo © Asia Bręklewicz)
The second day of CSI4* Poznan at Poland was dominated by the Italian rider Juan Carlos Garcia, who take the win in the Big Tour and his jump-off round with Gitano V Berkenbroeck (Nabab de Reve x Ti Amo van het Lambroeck).
With an unbeatable time of 37.24 seconds, Juan Carlos Garcia took with his 11-year-old stallion a total of 50 World Ranking Points, while he was escorted by Kuipers Doron of the Netherlands, completing his route in 38.99 seconds with Theoreme Du Desir (Calvaro x Laudanum) and third place Lewicki Marek of Poland with a time of 39.39 seconds accompanied by the 12-year-old gelding Abigej (Lupicor x Concorde).
They completed the Top 5 in fourth place Skrzyczynski Jaroslaw of Poland, managing a time of 39.40 seconds with the 8-year-old gelding Calevo 2 (Casall x Levantos I) and for fifth place the best representative of the Pan American Ranking US Katherine Dinan together 12-year-old gelding Dougie Douglas (ARD VDL Douglas x High Roller) in 39.74 seconds.
The class also had the participation of Pan American Ranking by Karina Aziz from Canada, finishing 14th with the fastest 4-foul field in 72.97 seconds with the 12-year-old mare Fleur Roosters van Betz (Winningmood van de Arenberg x Triomphe de Muze) and the American Reed Kessler followed in 16th, both riders added FEI Ranking Points, accompanied the US Olympic by the 14-year-old gelding Cos I Can (Olympic Lux x Harlequin du Carel) .