Canadian rider Kara Chad took the victory at the Land Rover Grand Prix of the CSI2* Longines Masters of Paris. (Photo © Sportfot)
Canadian rider Kara Chad won the Land Rover Grand Prix, the most important class of the CSI2* Longines Masters of Paris week.
After a regular round with 58 pairs on course designed by Louis Konickx of the Netherlands, the Canadian rider Kara Chad commanded the tiebreaker round with 10 classified riders, being her time of 40.07 seconds without demolitions with the 10-year-old mare Carona (Untouchable x Silverstone) the best in the class.
The best representative of Pan-American Ranking Kara Chad was escorted by Celine Schoonbroodt-de Azevedo in second place with the 9-year-old mare Cheppetta (Chepetto x Cash) in 41.73 seconds, while third place was for Vincent Bartin from France along with the 11-year-old mare Caramba du Ruisseau Z (Carambo x Nabab de Reve).
The last double clear round was achieved by Flore Giraud of France in fourth place with the 9-year-old mare Olisca du Touney (Watch Mehoy x Jalisco B), her time being much more distant in 47.71 seconds.
Only the winner was exceeded in her time jump-off by French rider Olivier Guillon, who finished fifth with the 8-year-old gelding Vitot du Chateau (Toulon x Kannan) in 38.83 seconds and 4 fouls.
By Latino Ranking Gerardo Pasquel Mendez of Mexico with the 11-year-old stallion Mighty Mouse (Quartz Adelheid Z x Codexco) they were eliminated.