Tiffany Foster of Canada completed an excellent week in Brussels, adding another victory in the Grand Prix and taking the car for its first place. (Photo © jerroenwillems.be)
Canadian rider Tiffany Foster completed an excellent week at the CSI3* Brussels Stephex Masters, achieving a new Grand Prix victory.
Receiving a car brand Audi as the first prize, Tiffany Foster also secured 50 World Ranking Points with its result alongside the 11-year-old gelding Brighton (Copntendro II x Quick Star), showing the way in the tiebreaker course designed by Italian Uliano Vezzani.
After 38 regular round pairs, a total of 10 riders returned for the tiebreaker where the best representative of the Pan American Ranking Tifanny Foster stopped the clock in 37.67 seconds and became the main figure of the CSI3* Brussels week, being escorted in the second place by Guillaume Batillat of France in time of 38.62 seconds with the 9-year-old gelding Denitha (Vingino x Goodwill).
The tough battle extended to fifth place with Judy Ann Melchior of Belgium taking third with the 12-year-old mare Ailina 6 (Chico’s Boy x Cowondo Z) in 39.34 seconds, fourth place Lucia Le June Vizzini of Italy completing the last double clear round in 39.42 seconds with the 8-year-old gelding Cabalgaro Z (Calvados Z x Caucalis) and fifth place in 38.15 seconds was Dominque Hendrickx of Belgium in 4 fouls next to the 10-year-old mare Col Pijnvenhof Z (Colman x Parco).
For Latino Ranking it was Brazil’s Joao Victor Castro in sixth place, which allowed him to finish as best rider of the CSI3* Top Series, in a difficult jump-off round with 8 fouls in 48.02 seconds accompanied by the 11-year-old gelding Quentin PJ (Quidam of Revel x Shield 19), securing World Ranking Points. Also participated Colombian rider Mauricio Ruiz, accumulating the same amount of faults, but in the regular round, result that left it in the 29th place with the 9-year-old gelding Dakota (Stakkato x Wolfenstein II).