The German rider Sven Fehnl repeated for the second day in a row at Belgium, to overcome in this opportunity the Colombian Dayro Arroyave in the tiebreaking round. (Photo © Archive)
The second day of the CSI 3* Bonheiden in Belgium again had the main protagonist the German rider Sven Fehnl, who added his second victory in a row with a course designed by Eugene Mathy for 83 pairs.
With 15 riders qualified for the tiebreaker, Sven Fehnl got the fastest time in the decisive round with the 9-year-old Lacox (Landos x Cash and Carry) by 34.35 seconds, representing him 50 World Ranking Points in his second victory in two days of competition.
For the second place Dayro Arroyave of Colombia completed his course in 34.98 seconds accompanied by the 10-year-old mare Adele (Cassini I x Corrado I), being the second class in which a representative of the Latino Ranking, was very close to the first place, to get 45 World Ranking Points the South American rider.
The Dutch Lennard de Boer followed in third place, fourth place for the Dutchwoman Lisa Vooren and fifth place José Thiry of Belgium.
For the Latino Ranking joined Dayro Arroyave to add World Ranking Points Pedro Muylaert from Brazil to close the group of the jump-off in 15th, after completing his round in 8 fouls and 36.22 seconds with the 10-year-old mare Chloe’ (Chequille x Athletico). Outside the points were Michael Hughes also for Pan American Ranking in 27th place, Pedro Veniss was 32nd, US Sarah Hubbard in 42nd, US Randy Sherman 50th, Brazilian Cassio Rivetti in 62nd, Colombian Mark Bluman was 66th and US Christine McCrea in 67th.