Relentlessly by the French in the major European events and the second victory of the week for Roger Yves Bost “Bosty” whoever wins will speed on Italian Emanuele Gaudiano and the Portuguese Luciana Diniz. Kent Farrington, Daniel Bluman, Reed Kessler, José María Larocca among participants. (Photo © Dirk Cartemans)
Adding his second win of the week the Frenchman Roger Yves Bost won today at Credit Suisse Geneva Classic with 9-years old mare Sydney Une Prince (Baloubet du Rouet x Alfa d’Elle * HN), owned by Monsieur Francois Badel in speed class, beating Italian Emanuele Guadiano and Admara (Padinus x Murano) lead of 1.08 seconds.
After winning on Thursday, Bosty placed new items on your account in December that will definitely help in the World Ranking up where today is ranked 36th. Registering a time of 60.70 seconds was the winner one total of 33,000 Swiss Francs and 80 points for first place while Gaudiano added 70 points to settle second recording 61.78 seconds.
The third place went to Portuguese Luciana Diniz, winning the 2015 Longines Global Champions Tour getting a time 62.24 seconds with Fit For Fun (For Pleasure x Fabriano), who had to overcome strong fight against the French Kevin Staut and his 9 years old mare Ayade of Septon Et Hdc (Wandor go d’Avril Mispelaere x Belle du Mazy) standing 14/100 of a second behind in 62.38 seconds, while fifth place completing the top five was for the number 1 in the world Scott Brash.
Brash yesterday who failed to repeat the victory in the 15th edition of IJRC Top 10 Final, led the 9 years old gelding Hello Forever (For Pleasure x Nimmerdor) in time of 62.77 seconds to complete another class this CSI5* Geneve week without a win. The final result within 62 seconds went to home favorite Steve Guerdat and Corbinian (Cornet Obolensky x Pilot) demonstrating the closeness of the fight between the third and sixth place, stopping the clock at 62.81 seconds.
For representatives PAEC Ranking and Latin Ranking things did not go the best way to appear and enter in the points at FEI World Ranking that divided the Speed Class, being the Colombian Daniel Bluman the best located at position 22th with Concocreto Apardi (Corland x Kannan) in round of 5 fouls, followed by the winner of last night US Kent Farrington and Willow (Guidam x Little Rock) in place 24 with two rails down for a total of eight faults. Distant Argentina José María Larocca ended in 34th, Carlos Ribas from Brazil at 41th, Reed Kessler from US 44th and compatriot Lauren Hough retired in the regular round.