Patrice Delaveau continues his hot streak by winning the CSI5* Paris Masters.

Inspired by his hot streak that earned him up to No. 18 in the world ranking last measurement, added his third win in the last month of skills to lead in the jump-off in the Miasuki Trophy. Daniel Deusser second. (Photo © Longines Masters Paris)

 

The Frenchman Patrice Delaveau continued his hot streak by adding another victory in recent weeks, now at the beginning of Longines Masters in Paris with the 11 years old Lacrimoso 3 HDC (Landjunge x Cascavelle), beating a group of 45 participants in the dispute of €61,500 Miasuki Trophy at a height of 1.50m valid to qualify for the Gucci Gold Cup of Sunday.

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Patrice Delaveau in the winner circle.

For the jump-off 18 defeats ranked sought Delaveau, who scored an unbeatable time of 34.27 seconds to take a prize of 20,295 Euros, beating German Daniel Deusser and 12 years old gelding Clinton (Clinton x Calvaro Z), owned by Salamander Farm slate that marked a time of 35.78 seconds.

The competition presents a tie for third place where Steve Guerdat of Switzerland and Italy Piergiorgio Bucci completed their tie course in 36.02 seconds. Guerdat complete his round with 9 years old gelding Corbinian (Cornet Obolensky x Pilot), while Bucci it was about 9 years old mare Cuarta (Clinton x Calvaro Z).

The top five completed the Sheikh Ali Bin Khalid Al Thani of Qatar and First Devision (Adiamo x Perhaps vh Molenvondel) in time of 36.17 seconds in fourth place, followed in fifth place by the Dutch Harrie Smolders and Don VHP Z (Diamant de Semilly x Voltaire) in 36.32 seconds.

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Daniel denser again in the second place.

By PAEC Ranking and Latino Ranking the highlight was Brazilian Bernardo Alves in 11th place with Vatson Sitte (Cardento x Chellano Z) 4 fouls in course and 36.85 seconds for the jump-off, getting score points for the World Ranking. Outside the points in 17th Audrey Coulter from United States ran less luck in the final round, completing its jump-off in 15 fouls. The rest of the group was located with Lauren Hough (USA) in 24th, Eric Lamaze (CAN) 28th, Laura Kraut (USA) 34th, Kent Farrington (USA) 35th, José María Larocca (ARG) 36th and Stephan Barcha (BRA) in 43th place.

 

Final Results €61,500 Mitsuki Trophy CSI5* 1.50m