Tamie Phillips of Canada was unbeatable in the Rocky Mountain main class with first and second place. Federico Fernandez of Mexico finished third. (Photo © Archive)
Canadian rider Tamie Phillips masterfully led her two horses to unbeatenly occupy the first and second place of the $60,000 Bryan Anderson Memorial Jmpr Classic CSI2 at Rocky Mountain in Calgary.
Representing her fourth win at FEI events, Tamie Phillips currently World number 861, was unbeatable on the course designed by German Werner Deeg, along with the 12-year-old Cat Balou (Converter x Acord II) to take 50 World Ranking Points and second place was occupied by the 11-year-old stallion Cristar (Christ x Quinar) for which she first achieved a one-two in his career in FEI classes.
The strong fight remained with the Mexican rider Federico Fernandez in great performance, finishing in third place next to the 11-year-old gelding Bolt (Kashmir van Schuttershof x Type D’Elle), to obtain 40 World Ranking Points, surpassing to Margie Engle of the United States, who presented himself with the 17-year-old stallion Bockmanns Lazio (Lancer II x Cor of La Bryere) occupying the fourth place and olympic medalist Leslie Burr-Howard finished in sixth place with the 12-year-old gelding Moondoggie (Lord Continuet x South Pacific).
Also by the Latino Ranking led by Federico Fernandez, had the performance in the Anderson Grand Prix Ring of the Chilean Samuel Parot, but did not count with the same luck, being outside of the 12 best classified.