Speed class for US rider comfortably outperformed the group with his mare Cylana, to get their first win of the year in Ranking Points FEI event. Performances from Pedro Veniss, Alberto Michan, Daniel Bluman and José María Larocca. (Photo © Carolin Wortmann)
Going back to winning ways, the American rider Reed Keesler won the close of trading today on the Stuttgart German Masters CSI5 in Germany in order to get his first win of 2015, who today ranks 137 in the World Ranking.
Long time passed for Kessler achieved a victory, after living important moments in his career in 2012 full of successes, which earned him integrate his country’s Olympic team. Today it leading to its effective 13 years old mare Cylana (Skippy II x Darco), owned by Kessler Show Stables, they flew in the speed class to mark a time of 60.94 seconds and take an advantage of more than 2 seconds over his closest rival.
While Reed time was the fastest of the competition that gave him the victory, the French Kevin Staut doit the most fast round in 60.52 seconds, but Table C as an evaluation kill him and put four seconds added to his execution, situation which ultimately would place it in sixth place.
For the second Felix Hassman of Germany will follow with Horse Gym’s Balzaci (Balou du Rouet x Ex Libris) stopping the clock at 63.07 seconds, followed by Malin Baryard-Johnsson of Sweden in the third with H&M Tornesch (Lux x Libero H) in 63.75 seconds.
The positions are set to complete the top five with Swiss Steve Guerdat ranking fourth with Cavalier (Kannan x Alligator Fontaine) doit a time of 63.88 seconds and the fifth place went to the Dutch Leopold van Asten and VDL Groep Beauty (for Pleasure x Contender) recording a time of 64.23 seconds.
Riders by Latino Ranking was the best Brazilian Pedro Veniss third in the ranking, achieving enter into the points in 13th with Margot Rissoa Bois d’Ag (Quaprice Boimargot Quincy * quap x Artichaut) without demolition and take a time of 65.53 seconds. Closing the picture of the best 16 qualifiers Mexican Alberto Michan and Caruso LS la Silla (Montebello Chair x Joost) recording 67.00 seconds. Outside the box and more distant in qualifying ended with the Colombian Daniel Bluman and Concreto Apardi (Corland x Kannan), knocking down two rails to score eight seconds in 64.70 and 72.70 seconds total in 35th, while Argentine Jose Maria Larocca did not end competition being eliminated with the GDE Matrix.