Simon Delestre and Chesall complete the French sweep in the first day of CSI5* Madrid.

Day for France in the first day of activities in Madrid with the second win of the day now for Delestre who again left on the road to a German rider being the victim this time Daniel Deusser. Outstanding Performance of Carlos Lopez in the fourth. (Photo © Oxer Sport).


Good closing day for the French delegation who take the two disputes class CSI5* Madrid was the second victory of the day, now Simon Delestre and Chesall (Casall x Concerto II) in carrying out Trofeo UAX with the 92,920 Euros distributed and 100 FEI Ranking points for the winner.

Getting tough on the court embodied by course designer Javier Trenor, where 50 pairs encouraged from the beginning that the test had a jump-off com second test, the 24 classified, ie almost 50% of the class. Without doubt the most difficult in the high number of qualified for the final round, Delestre masterfully led his 10 years old horse Chesall, to take advantage of two seconds over his closest follower and dial in a time of 37.90 seconds, the first double clear of 10 that ultimately took the class.

For the second and again occupied by a German rider, as early Bost exceeded Ahlmann, Daniel Deusser took possession of second place with Toulago (Toulon x Carthago), another 10 years old gelding which ended its field in 39.87 seconds. The third place went to the Finnish rider Anna-Julia Kontio and Pacific des Essarts (Diamant de Semilly x totoche du Banney), only two hundredths of a second behind Deusser and a real photo finish, completing his round tie on 39.89 seconds.

The best Latin and representative of the PAEC Rankin was Colombian Carlos Lopez, who manages to add to your score 60 points FEI Ranking to fourth place with teammate Prince de la Mare (Bequin Moens x Socrate of Chivre) year ago winning combination in the Grand Prix CSI5* Madrid, scrounged a time of 40.63 seconds, leaving only difference of 1 hundredth of a second in the fifth Swiss Martin Fuchs and Conte della Caccia (Canturo x Corrado I) who finished in 40.64 seconds.

For the rest of the delegation for Latinos Rene Lopez of Colombia ended in sputum 27 Con Dios III (Colman x Romino) knocking a rail in his regular round for a total of four faults in 62.35 seconds, while the Mexican Alberto Michan you He was at position 28 with 13 years old stallion Camilo LS La Silla (Portofino x Cor de la Bryere) in field of 4 fouls and 62.46 seconds. Meanwhile the two represent American riders, Audrey Coulter was better placed in 17th place and did Lucy Davis at No. 21.


Final Results €92.500 Trofeo AUX 1.55m